Deep dive into HCL’s strategy for Domino/Notes 

By Andrew Magerman | 7/18/18 9:46 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

HCL was kind enough to invite me to their CWP factory tour themed from the story Charlie and the Chocolate factory, held in Chelmsford, Massachussetts on July 11-12 2018. We already knew from Engage and DNUG that Richard Jefts has no qualms in donning a silly costume, but seeing Jason Gary as an Oompa-Loompa was truly memorable. We now have photos and a means to blackmail them.

Definitely different – a few days looking into the future with HCL (and IBM) 

By Gabriella Davis | 7/18/18 3:16 AM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I can’t thank everyone at HCL enough for throwing open the doors and leaving them open. Together we will continue to innovate great things for customers Last week Tim and I were invited to the 1st CWP Factory tour held by HCL at their offices in Chelmsford.

Dropping Domino’s HTTP task 

By Sven Hasselbach | 7/15/18 8:47 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

Instead of waiting for updates of the Domino HTTP task any longer I was thinking about how to use modern HTTP technologies on top of Domino. But instead of implementing it in the Domino stack, I think I found a new way for developing and running my Spring Boot applications: Why not using the existing JVM, and run my application directly on it?

Dear CXO, Can We Talk about IBM Domino 10? 

By Keith Brooks | 7/12/18 7:23 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

Executive Summary (TL:DR Synopsis): You may, or may not, have heard about a 30 year old platform still managing applications and workflows inside the Fortune 100. Would you believe it comes from IBM, not that other blue company that still maintains a legacy 27+ year old office platform? If you have yet to bridge the Internet with your Enterprise, which is where the business benefits can be found, then you owe it to yourself to go listen to your IBM representatives.

A (Java-Centric) Domino Wish List 

By Jesse Gallagher | 7/12/18 1:15 PM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by Oliver Busse

Seeing the information come out of this week's HCL "Golden Ticket" event has got me thinking about some of my wish-list items for Domino development, mostly in the form of enhancements for existing capabilities and entirely around Java (since that's what I do).

Docker and IBM Domino (part 2) 

By Tim Clark | 7/2/18 4:34 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

So how do we get started now that we've been tempted by the sales pitch? Install Docker First off, if you have not already, go and get Docker from the Docker website. https://www.docker.com/community-edition#/download Test Docker

Docker and IBM Domino (part 3) 

By Tim Clark | 7/2/18 4:32 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by Oliver Busse

The first bit of this that we need to understand is the command that we are using to do the initial install.

How to build your first Node.js app 

By Tim Davis | 6/30/18 9:49 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

I have talked a little in previous posts about how excited I am about Node.js coming to Domino 10 from the perspective of NoSQL datastores, but I thought it would be a good idea to talk about what Node.js actually is, how it works, and how it could be integrated into Domino 10.

Useful SQL Queries for IBM Connections 

By Martijn de Jong | 6/30/18 8:03 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Oliver Busse

Over the past year, I’ve created my own set of useful SQL queries to get needed information and I thought I’d share them here. Please realise that my main client uses MS SQL for their backend, so the queries are written for that, though most should be universal or easy to change for DB2 or Oracle.

Domino V10: Get Involved As A Project Contributor for OpenNTF 

By OpenNTF | 6/28/18 11:18 AM | App Dev - Open Source | Added by Oliver Busse

With Domino V10 just around the corner and a commitment already announced at Engage from HCL and IBM to work with OpenNTF, there is no better time to get involved. It may seem an onerous task and there may seem more administration than necessary around contributing to OpenNTF. The measures in place are designed to give greater confidence to our consumers while minimising the work involved for contributors. It's actually quick and painless. There are just four steps:

Paul Withers interview about IBM Domino 

By Paul Withers | 6/27/18 8:25 AM | App Dev - Web | Added by Kenio Carvalho

In this interview, Paul Withers shares his opinions about IBM Domino

Domino 10 beta 1 is here 

By Oliver Busse | 6/26/18 3:27 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

Today the beta 1 of Domino and Notes 10 was issued by HCL and IBM. The process to get it is different from the betas we had before. This time you needed an invitation to it. To get one you had to register a few weeks ago. This process didn’t went that fluently for me.

HCL, Domino & node.js 

By Sven Hasselbach | 6/23/18 5:17 PM | App Dev - Web | Added by Oliver Busse

I am very happy to hear that HCL invests in Domino and improves the existing technology stack. But as a German, I have to be sceptical (it’s in our genes), because I can not see any advantage in the integration of node.js applications on top of Domino. I have written a demo two years ago, just to prove that it would be possible.

Are You Ready? Domino Performance 

By Gabriella Davis | 6/20/18 2:41 AM | Infrastructure - Notes / Domino | Added by John Oldenburger

In this 5th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at how to identify any performance issues in your Domino environment prior to upgrade. Assuming most people will be doing an in place upgrade, we want to resolve or at minimum document any existing issues before starting.

DNUGcomes2me 

By Volker Weber | 6/19/18 5:35 PM | Business - Social Business | Added by Oliver Busse

I am just coming back from a long talk with Richard Jefts, Jason Gary, Andrew Manby and Uffe Sorensen. And what a talk it was. I cannot remember any conversation in the IBM collaboration space that was this honest and open.