Lotus Symphony Documents / Presentations / Spreadsheets. Open Alternative to Proprietary Office Tools.

Angus McIntyre (IBM Software Group / Lotus)

Rich Client Platform · Poster

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WCT / MM - Jeanette Barlow: IBM® Lotus® Symphony™ is a set of productivity tools for documents, presentations, and spreadsheets that are intuitive and easy to use and provided at no charge. Combining the robust Eclipse RCP programming model with Open Office based productivity tools that utilize the standard file formats (ODF), Lotus Symphony frees end users from being locked into a single vendor and proprietary file formats and frees developers to build plug-ins using open programming interfaces. Lotus Symphony can be extended with Eclipse plug-ins to integrate and enhance a wide range of applications without you having to worry about getting locked into a single vendor for file formats and licensing agreements. This poster will highlight the interfaces that you can use to extend your applications with Lotus Symphony functions. Save money, make a statement about open office tools or develop new features for profit. It's all good. IBM Lotus Symphony. Plug ins Wanted.

Angus McIntyre I work in the IBM Lotus Division, where I am the Product Manager for Lotus Expeditor. Expeditor enhances Eclipse RCP and Equinox with security, middleware and multi-user capabilities to form the SOA client platform for IBM. Lotus Expeditor is the foundation for Lotus Notes, Lotus Sametime, and Lotus Symphony. My career passion has always been to work on the forefront of technology by turning new concepts and new technology into products. The work I enjoy most is to communicate strategies to customers and requirements back to development. Previous to my current assignment, I worked on assignment to the Embedded Systems Group of Object Technology International (OTI), a subsidiary of IBM Canada. Prior to that I worked in the IBM Canada Lab, where I was the product market strategist for the IBM VisualAge suite of Application Development products, and the Product Manager for VisualAge for Java. I have published or co-published papers in the EE Times, The Sphere, Java Developers Journal and the IBM Systems Journal. I have worked for IBM for 23 years (time does fly. My educational background includes degrees and diplomas in Finance, International Business, Computer Science and Statistics.

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