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"Pick 'n' Mix" - Exactly what you want, no more, no less
"Pick 'n' Mix" - Exactly what you want, no more, no less

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Well the time has come to post the last LDC tee-shirt design for #LS12 to coincide with the last day of the conference. Once again, our thanks to Mark for making it all possible:

All the LDC wallpaper designs can be seen here:

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And here's Wednesday's LDC tee-shirt. Killbot v2 with XPages and Disintegrator beams. Watch out SOPA and PIPA.

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Today's LDC tee-shirt is entitled "LDC Heart".

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If you're lucky enough to be at Lotusphere, you'll most probably have seen or been given an LDC tee-shirt. For those of us not so lucky, here are the designs unveiled so far. Social and Mobile featured heavily in today's Opening General Session and we have a tee-shirt for that. Over the next three days we'll unveil one new design a day.

Which is your favourite?

All the LDC artwork can be found on the LDC site here:
LDC TShirt Artwork (7 photos)
7 Photos - View album

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So +Julian Woodward has run out of give-away Tee-shirts. Have a look at his post for the design.

LDC: 2011 in review

A week before IBM Lotusphere / Connect we realised this was by far our biggest conference yet, with 2 speakers, 3 sessions, 2 sponsored parties and bleeding tee-shirts everywhere. So, what have we been up to during the last year?

Well, bucking the global slowdown for one thing, new clients now include one of the world’s largest media websites, another multi-national insurance company, and myriad smaller interesting clients, with some monster projects in the pipeline (fingers crossed).

International clients are now the norm rather than the exception, with contact coming in from all over Europe and the US. To cater to these requirements our skills set has diversified even more. Adding to bleeding-edge IBM and Microsoft stuff, we have had large client implementations using Spring and Spring webflow, PHP and advanced HTML5.

Nearly every new project contains a mobile element and all coding now caters to this as a matter of course.

This was especially true of our XPages work which seemed to really reach a tipping point in 2011. Like other projects, everything we’re doing with XPages also has some mobile aspect to it, but the interesting thing is that there is now a constant stream of new applications being created with XPages (NB: that’s “new new”, not “new upgrades”). And 2012 doesn’t show any sign of slowing down.

2012 will be more of the same, providing more for our clients and keeping pace with the ever accelerating rate of change in both IT and business requirements.

It’s time to kick arse (we’re British) and write / delete code (remember: less is more, and more code means more test cases!).

Look forward to seeing you at Lotusphere or during the rest of 2012!
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