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1310, 2015

IBM Connect 2016, Orlando, FL – Jan. 31- Feb, 3, 2016

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Learn from IBM about its latest product offerings and plans for the future at the Annual Conference for IBM Enterprise Social Software including Technical sessions from IBM and the community. Nathan Freeman will be presenting "Once You Go Graph..."

1310, 2015

ATLUG, Atlanta, GA – Nov. 19, 2015

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Join Red Pill Now's Bob Kadrie and Keith Strickland for a presentation on application design at the quarterly meeting of the Atlanta User Group for IBM Social Software.

1310, 2015

Graph Connect, San Francisco, CA – Oct. 21, 2015

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The Graph Connect Conference focuses on the rapidly growing world of graph databases and applications. Sponsored by Neo4J.

1310, 2015

Connect JS, Atlanta, GA – Oct. 16-17, 2015

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Connect JS features over 100 technical sessions including AngularJS, React.JS, Testing JavaScript, Mobile Development, Design/UI/UX.graph.

1110, 2015

IBM Leadership Alliance 2015

By | October 11th, 2015|Categories: Events|10 Comments

Each year IBM invites a group of customers and business partners to its Leadership Alliance to share its visions for the future and facilitate networking between IBM executives and attendees. Red Pill NOW was fortunate enough to have two invitees at this year's event, Nathan T Freeman and myself. Most of the technical content is covered under an NDA so

305, 2015

//Build/ Makes An Impact

By | May 3rd, 2015|Categories: Events, Graph Databases, Modernization, Responsive|Tags: |0 Comments

At last week's Build conference in San Francisco we saw Microsoft create a vision of how it sees Modern Application Development . And I have to say it was a pretty compelling story. I have been critical of Microsoft in the past. I have long felt Microsoft trapped organizations into using a closed proprietary stack with little regard for the