Yes I know it’s scary but I talked to Bruce and Julian last night and found this morning that the recording was already out. So if you want to learn more about sidebar plugins and the TwitNotes plugin in particular check out the Taking Notes podcast episode 81.
I haven’t listened to the podcast yet myself so it will be interesting to hear how I came across, if I’m understandable at all and whether the content is any good. iTunes is downloading…
Not for the easily offended but worth a listen.
“In this extremely funny RailsConf keynote, performer and consultant Ze Frank radiates the quirky energy and hip creativity of new media and the interactive web. Riffing on everything from nonsensical airline safety cards to the creation of an Earth sandwich…”
I haven’t listened yet but it sounds interesting. Too bad there isn’t a RSS feed for the series available.
“In this three-part podcast series on composite applications, you hear about the application development benefits and capabilities of IBM® Lotus® Notes® and Domino® 8, about how to integrate your Eclipse-based or IBM Lotus Expeditor-based applications with Lotus Notes and Domino 8 applications, and about how to create composite applications in Lotus Notes and Domino 8.”
developerWorks: IBM Lotus Notes composite application podcast series
I have the IT Conversations feed as part of my podcast line up and there has been two exceptionally great podcasts the last couple of weeks. Below are the iTunes links to both of them (I also think you can get the episodes directly from IT Conversations).
On the This week on developerWorks! podcast for August 23rd Scott Laningham talks to Tara Hall about the release of Sametime 7.5 (shownotes). At only around 6 minutes in length the podcast is short but offer some nice information about the Sametime 7.5 SDK and links to an article on using the new SDK (Extending IBM Lotus Sametime Connect V7.5),
Be aware though! The Sametime 7.5 SDK weighs in at around 160 MB but it also contains 10 toolkits.