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The Awesome New Functionality of ODA Part Two

Part one of this, which covers the background, is here. Before looking at some code, it’s worth just covering performance. Obviously, on a busy production server, if you’re running code for every save of a document, code needs to be optimised. To give you an idea, here’s a snippet of conversation: “About” is good, but …

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ODA Update From IBM Connect: The Awesome New Functionality of ODA

At the end of my OpenNTF Domino API session with Stephan Wissel at IBM Connect, I showed a demo of some experimental new functionality in ODA. Hopefully those who saw it were impressed with the power and potential, especially because part of it reproduced the Watson Workspace notifications integration that the Sapho product showed in …

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IBM Connect – Domino Application Development Review

This time last year, the message about Domino application development was very straightforward. Domino 9.0.2 was slated for Q4 2016, with the expectation that this would include open sourcing of not only XPages Extension Library components, but all XPages components. The XPages runtime classes would still be closed source, but things like DominoDocument datasources would …

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IBM Connect 2017

With a little over a week to go, IBM Connect 2017 looks set to be as busy as ever. 2016 was a challenging year as a Domino developer, testing the faith and patience of many. My attendance at IBM Connect as a speaker, Business Partner and IBM Champion may seem “business as usual”, but it …

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Blogging + Reproduceable Scenario + Community + Open Source = Fix

IBM Connect is a great opportunity to meet new people, as are any user groups (quick shameless plug for Engage next month). It’s also a great opportunity to return envigorated and engaged. We’ve seen a new release of the Extension Library during Connect as well as the announcement of the XPages Knowledge Base thanks to …

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IBM Connect 2016 Review

It’s been a week now since IBM Connect, so time for my review. A Great Feel As many others, I went with a degree of trepidation. Verse was released to a fanfare earlier this year, when the promise was still of Notes Next and on premises Verse by the end of 2015. The focus during …

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My Session at IBM Connect

Earlier this week I delivered my session at IBM Connect. It was good fun and thanks to all who attended. I’ve posted my slides, which are also available below. There are a couple of additions to the slide deck originally posted to the Event Connect site. As those at the session will remember, the session …

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We Build The Tools and The Tools Build Us

jason Silva spoke in the OGS at IBM Connect today about exponential growth and how the tools we have build have built us in return. That has certainly been the road for many of the Notes developers over the last five years. XPages was built and has built Notes developers into web developers. That’s not …

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IBM Connect 2016: Anyone for Bingo?

Firstly, a disclaimer, sorry to anyone not attending the conference, this blog post is only relevant to attendees. On Tuesday at 1.15pm in Florida 5 I’ll be delivering my session “Marty, You’re Just Not Thinking Fourth Dimensionally”: Troubleshooting XPages. The session will be XPages-focussed, with an XPages demo application. But there’s more. Back to the …

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