Slack Team :: Connect 2017

by Volker Weber

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I have set up a Slack Team for IBM Connect 2017. I would like to use this to discuss what is happening at the conference. As you know it's only a Remote Connect for me this year, so a little online collaboration might help. It isn't quite as public as on Twitter, so there is less incentive to pose. ;-) You can also share photos, links, or have a private chat.

If you want to be in, drop me a mail. Once you are on the team, you can also invite your friends. To help with the onboarding I have preapproved some domains and will add more. Just head over to ibmconnect2017.slack.com/signup.

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Hi Volker, why not just using Twitter as the last 20 years? No additional registration is needed to take part. #ls17
Have a nice weekend!
Daniel

Daniel Brix, 2017-02-11 15:21

I joined Twitter ten years ago, ten years after you. And I was still told that nobody needed it because we could do it with punchcards, like the previous 200 years. So there.

Volker Weber, 2017-02-11 15:55

You are right. Changing the tool is not the case but to discuss the topics not in a public manner seems to be step backward. Less sustainable.

Daniel Brix, 2017-02-11 16:12

Just sign up.

Volker Weber, 2017-02-11 16:16

It's 2017. Slack currently has two major advantages: it allows you to see and follow things in chronological order and it doesn't spam you with ads.

Markus Kriesten, 2017-02-11 22:51

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