Behold: A Presentation on Domino and Microservices at IBM Think


Join myself and Paul Withers at IBM Think in Las Vegas for a breathtaking approach to incorporating IBM Notes and Domino into a Microservices ecosystem. This session is filled with awesome demos of integrating technologies including Web Sockets, Kubernetes, Docker, ReactJS, Node-RED and more.


IMPORTANT: Our approaches in this session are advanced, but will be enjoyed by all

Session Details


Tips and Tricks: Domino and JavaScript Development Master Class


Spend this session with some of the Domino community’s application development experts to learn how they are approaching creating new Domino applications using the latest frameworks and languages such as Node.js and JavaScript. Learn their architectural approach, best practices and how best to get started.

Time and Location

Date/Time: Thursday, 22-Mar 10:30 AM – 11:10 AM

Location: Mandalay Bay South, Level 2 – Surf B

NOTE: For a list of all my sessions, search the Session Expert for “John Jardin” (Remember to sign in first ?)

IBM Think Session Expert

Microservices shows us the way

Our session focuses aggressively on how one can adopt a Microservice approach to almost anything. The world is becoming less about native functions and modules and more about delivering services in the form of APIs, whether on-premise or in the cloud.

It’s important not to ignore our session because it contains the words Master Class. While our approach to Domino is quite advanced, our session is presented in layman’s terms, allowing everyone to benefit from it. Besides, if you’ve ever been to one of my sessions in the past, you’ll know I’m all about crazy demos ?.


I am truly excited to be a part of IBM Think this year. Everything about this conference screams innovation and is an absolute must for anyone in the technology space. I also can’t wait to catch up with many attending this event who I call friends. March cannot come sooner!

Cheers for now

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