March is a busy month for user groups in Europe, with two heavyweight events occurring back to back.

On Thursday 26th and Friday 27th March, ICS.UG event is taking place at ATLANTIC Grand Hotel in Bremen, Germany. Kramer Reeves will be delivering the keynote, no doubt with IBM Verse top of the agenda (by then it should be imminently hitting General Availability). In addition a number of OpenNTF Board Members (past and present) will be speaking, including:

Vom XPages Held zum OSGI Guru! – Wie man eine Extensionlibrary entwickelt
OpenNTF – 2015 Edition
Chairman Christian Guedemann will deliver two sessions. The first  is the popular session from IBM ConnectED on how to move from copying and pasting design elements in XPages to contributing them server-wide in an extension library. The second will cover some of what's already available on OpenNTF and how we plan to evolve in 2015.

Fix & fertig: Best Practices für "XPages-Migranten" 
Getting started with Bluemix and custom development 
Board Member Oliver Busse will deliver two sessions. The first will cover some commonly-encountered design patterns when migrating "legacy" applications to XPages. The second will show how to get started at building, testing and deploying applications on IBM Bluemix.

The Graph Revolution
Board Member Nathan Freeman will explain why the opinion that you need RDBMS for big data is wrong and why, if you want to do big data, you should be using graph databases in Domino with OpenNTF Domino API.

Security and Compliance for IBM Domino Servers
Just a View: An Introduction To Model-View-Controller Pattern in XPages
Former Board Member Ulrich Krause will deliver two sessions. The first is with Olaf Börner covering five common pitfalls in Domino security and their remedies. The second will help XPages developers get up to speed with an MVC methodology.

The Future of Web Development - Write Once, Run Everywhere with AngularJS and Domino 
Former Board Member Mark Leusink will deliver his popular session from IBM ConnectED on using AngularJS and DAS to create a web app that can be deployed on any web server.

Free Beer
OpenNTF will also be sponsoring the bar during SpeedSponsoring on Thursday evening. So enjoy a beer....and don't forget to speak to board members and others involved with OpenNTF during the two days.

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