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Thoughts on the Problem of XPages

Jesse Gallagher posted a thoughtful blog about the challenges for the way forward with XPages. It’s a challenge I’ve had a number of discussions around, many of which are ongoing. The reason there’s not a simple solution – throw whatever resources are required into XPages – is that it simply doesn’t make business sense. There …

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Modernising Domino Applications: Technical Deep Dive Part Three

I didn’t realise this post was still in draft, so it’s took much longer than expected to publish. But it’s quite timely, because this covers Node-RED, and a blog post has been published this week covering some of the content from the slides of my session with Fredrik Malmborg at Engage. Still, better late than …

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Need Advice for Collabsphere Contest?

Recently Richard Moy announced the Collabsphere 2019 Beauty Contest, a competition to enhance a yet-to-be-decided database for use on DMA. I don’t intend to be involved on a specific team. However, I do intend to make myself available to offer advice and experience to anyone looking to get involved. As well as technical experience, I …

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LotusScript and The “Static” Keyword

Moving from language to language, I’m constantly re-evaluating how coding improvements can be made to make the applications I work with more pleasurable and the code I write smarter. Unless a language has a narrow focus or limited power, there are likely to be aspects you’ve not dug into. That’s particularly the case if it’s …

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Goodbye IBM and ICS, Hello HCL and Digital Solutions

One thing with a tight community like our is that good news spreads quickly. Yes, there are times when news should be kept quiet and it is. But when news spreads, it always spreads quickly. So it’s already an open secret on social media that HCL’s acquisition closes today (June 30th) of Domino, Connections, BigFix, …

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Adventures in Understanding Directory Assistance Setup

tl;dr Node-RED is great for quick setup of polling, Directory Assistance document path separators are platform-specific and adding a correct new Directory Assistance makes any new directories immediately available. I’ve made no secret of my passion for Node-RED. I’m also someone who will find out how something works rather than just go for the nuclear …

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The Future of Collaboration Solutions Under HCL – Replay and Additional Questions

A couple of weeks ago we presented an excellent webinar with Uffe Sorensen titled “The Future of Collaboration Solutions Under HCL”. Obviously there were topics that were off-limits until the acquisition closes. But it was useful to see some of the visions and the themes of the Digital Solutions portfolio. You can access the replay …

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Want MarvelClient Upgrade for FP2? Act Quickly!

Panagenda have long been a great supporter of Notes and Domino and the community. With free entitlements like ApplicationInsights, MarvelClient Essentials and MarvelClient Upgrade Free they have continued to support IBM’s and HCL’s investment in the platform. MarvelClient Upgrade’s free edition allows upgrade to 10.0.1 FP1 so. But last week FP2 was released. Isn’t it …

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