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What Domino Makes Trivial Number Two: Synchronous / Asynchronous Processing

Another topic that becomes key when moving beyond Domino is synchronous and asynchronous processing. But it’s probably something most Domino developers haven’t come across. LotusScript and standard Domino Java are single-threaded. That means your code starts at line 1, runs line 1, then line 2, then line 3. If line 4 is a function / …

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What Domino Makes Trivial Number One: State Management

Don Mottolo makes a good point in his comment on my recent blog post, that there are aspects of other web frameworks that make it a non-trivial task. This is also really why some people talking about Domino are talking about “mid coders” and “pro coders”. And it’s also why the terms don’t really exist …

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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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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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Modernising Domino Applications: Technical Dive

Last week I did a session on modernising Domino and XPages applications. Filling an hour seemed daunting when the session was accepted. So I went to the Oxford English Dictionary definition of modernisation: The process of adapting something to modern needs or habits Using that as a starting point gave me a very broad canvas, …

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Engage 2019: My Sessions

Engage 2019 was even busier than normal for me, so I’m going to split out the debrief of my sessions from a blog post about the conference itself. Similarly, I’ll cover the OpenNTF round table on the OpenNTF blog. There is some overlap, particularly as the OpenNTF round table reinforced personal views, had some synergy …

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Intec and OpenNTF At Engage

It’s less than two weeks until Engage and it’s going to be even busier than usual for me. It’s an increasingly interesting time with the products, with an explosion of opportunities and challenges, as business partners and community members. The build-up to completion of the acquisition of Domino, Connections and more may leave a lot …

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Docker and Data

One of the frustrations I have with trying new technologies is when the documentation covers a specific operating system, especially when it combines another technology that requires a certain level of understanding. I had that recently with a new product where the Docker commands for creating a container were given, with no explanation about them. …

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Adventures in Git

I’ve been using source control and git flow for a long time. Indeed I delievered a session with Declan Lynch at Lotusphere 2014 on source control. (If you want all 337 slides at over 17Mb, here is the download. If you prefer videos, I did a NotesIn9 covering the SourceTree part.) A blog post would …

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