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February 2009

Pas le temps de blogger. Il y a pourtant plusieurs sujets que je voudrais documenter : ORM, Salon des vacances, ILOG...

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Last monday I was in Lagaude (near Nice, France) for a visit of the IBM SOA Center of Excellence.

It was very interesting. It's also a very nice environment.

The goal was to brief one of our customers on several SOA and Industry Solutions.

At the end of the day, we also visited the Industry Solution Center which brings deep dive into most relevant business issues through scenario based demonstrations.

For example, solutions in the Consumer Products Center are presented using a scenario which is customised for you. There is a Consumer Home, Retail Store, Manufacturer/ Retail DC and HQ Office so that solutions can be seen in their proper context.

You can have an overview of Lagaude it here :


And with each other ! It will be on Feb 28th 2009 in Overijse.

Recently I blogged about FeedJournal and Tabloid to make your own newspaper in PDF.

The Printed Blog is the same but with articles selected by the website users. So you can get daily a PDF of the artciles people found the most interesting.

See more here :

I had to re-upload the mp3s of "La légende dorée de St Georges". They had disappeared.

I had the pleasure to see they now have nice widgets like this one :

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Last week I attended a very interesting BPM seminar provided by Denali, a Belgian BPM software company.

For me it's clear there are interesting possible synergies between the processes that Denali can model and document with FlexoBPM and the processes IBM can run and monitor with Webshpere Process Server.

It's also interesting to see that both Denali and IBM will be at Gartner's Business Process Management Summit , on Feb 23-25, 2009.

The postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent IBM's positions, strategies or opinions

En fait, Google Desktop est un excellent espion. A chaque fois qu'on cherche sur son ordi quelquechose et qu'on clique "Search More" sans faire exprès, on dit à Google ce qui nous intéresse. Ca pourrait tres bien être des keywords "company confidential"

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