Podcast: Learning XPages with NotesIn9

Today we had the pleasure of interviewing the creator of the awesome NotesIn9 screencast – David Leedy (@notesin9). We were also joined by special guests Paul Calhoun and Dr. Mark Roden. We talked about: How and why David got started with NotesIn9 Where the name for the show came from What goes into producing aContinue reading “Podcast: Learning XPages with NotesIn9”

Podcast: There’s Gold in Them XPages

We talked with XPages developers Jesse Gallagher (@Gidgerby) and Dr. Mark Roden (@markyroden) about: How Jesse got started with Notes/Domino How Jesse’s interest in Ruby on Rails spilled over into XPages How a Notes/Domino programmer like Jesse has approached and been successful with XPages How to approach XPages app development What about Lotusscript? How toContinue reading “Podcast: There’s Gold in Them XPages”

Podcast: What’s New with IBM Wikis

We talked to IBM User Experience Development team members Amanda Bauman, Craig Lordan, Kevin Giles, and Mike Stewart about what’s going on these days with the IBM Wikis. Topics included: History of the IBM wikis Types of content on the wikis (it’s not just random information spread across various pages) New features in the latestContinue reading “Podcast: What’s New with IBM Wikis”

JoyDrop: Give • Get • Share

This evening Apple approved the JoyDrop app that I developed for the Children’s Cancer Association. “JoyDrop offers a place to share spontaneous moments of joy.Your “drops” of joy, collected with others, can create a sea of joy. At the Children’s Cancer Association we like to call it the Joy Effect.We invite you to share yourContinue reading “JoyDrop: Give • Get • Share”

Podcast: The Evolution of XPages

Russ Maher of QDiligence (@russelmaher) and Paul Calhoun (@ptcalhoun) of NetNotes Solutions talk to us about the evolution of IBM’s XPages rapid application development platform. Russ and Paul are also the instructors of The View’s popular XPages Bootcamp which is taking place in Las Vegas and Chicago this Fall. We would like to thank TheContinue reading “Podcast: The Evolution of XPages”

Podcast: Getting started with IBM Connections application development

In this episode of The Taking Notes Podcast (@takingnotespod) we talked about developing applications for IBM’s Connections social software platform. We were joined by three very special guests: Luis Benitez – IBM Product Manager (@lbenitez) Adam Brown – ISW Director (@adambrownaus) Niklas Heidloff – IBM (@nheidloff) Topics covered during the show included: Overview of the optionsContinue reading “Podcast: Getting started with IBM Connections application development”

Podcast: Learning XPages with Mark Myers and Matt White

Based on his recent blog entry about learning XPages, we brought Mark Myers on the show to discuss his approach to wrapping your head around XPages, especially coming at it as a person with a strong Java background. Matt White was also on the podcast to offer the perspective of someone who has been helpingContinue reading “Podcast: Learning XPages with Mark Myers and Matt White”

Podcast: Develop native mobile apps for Notes/Domino with Domino To Go

Walfred Marzahn from YouAtNotes spent 20 minutes talking to us about their “Domino To Go” product. Domino To Go allows you to create native mobile apps that can access your Notes/Domino databases. We covered: Who is YouAtNotes and what do they do? Which mobile platforms are supported How easy it is to create apps withContinue reading “Podcast: Develop native mobile apps for Notes/Domino with Domino To Go”

Podcast: jQuery in XPages with Mark Roden

Today we talked to Mark Roden about using jQuery in XPages. Topics included: Why use a JavaScript toolkit? Why use jQuery instead of (or along with) Dojo? Any considerations about using jQuery and Dojo on the same page? What are some good jQuery plugins to look at? What about jQuery for mobile web apps? HowContinue reading “Podcast: jQuery in XPages with Mark Roden”

Podcast: Interview with the authors of the XPages Extension Library book

On this show we sat down with all of the authors of the new “XPages Extension Library” book which is now available for purchase. This 537 page book was written by Paul Hannan (@pdhannan), Declan Sciolla-Lynch (@qtzar), Jeremy Hodge(@jeremyhodge), Paul Withers (@paulswithers) and Tim Tripcony (@timtripcony). The book is also available as an eBook, on Kindle and as an iBook. OnContinue reading “Podcast: Interview with the authors of the XPages Extension Library book”