It's never too late.  I think registration is still open.  Airfare at this
late date might kill you though.

I have been going to Lotusphere for 3 years now.  I have always thought it
was a benefit.  It is a real good mix of people at all levels and skills.
It is a great place to get your questions answered. They have things set up
so that you can talk to the developers of Notes/Domino face-to-face.

The one year, I almost ran into Francis Ford Coppla (sp?) after the opening
session.  That was way cool.  First time I ever got to see somebody that
famous that close up.  Also, the parties on Wednesday night make it all
worth it.

It is not iSeries specific though.  They usually have the Domino iSeries
people there though on the show floor.  We usually end up asking them a few
questions every year.  Plus they (iSeries people) usually have a 'special'
party of their own one night during the week.  The one year, we got to go
to the House of Blues and see Terry Bradshaw do a little stand-up act.  He
actually is pretty funny!  That was the year they had all kinds of sports
legends there.

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Scott P. Johnson
Applications Development Team Coordinator
Microcomputer Development Specialist
IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 RPG Programmer
Highsmith Inc.
W5527 Hwy 106, PO BOX 800
Fort Atkinson, WI 53538-0800
TEL:  920-563-9571                FAX:  920-563-7395
sjohnson@highsmith.com
www.highsmith.com
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Pretty much a safe bet that it's too late this year, but is LotusSphere
worth it?  If so, what kind of audience:  Developers, Systems Analysts, VP
of IS, help desk, power user, other line of business people.

Rob Berendt
--
"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin





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