You Won’t Want to Miss this, Seriously

On Tuesday, January 12th, 2016, LDV Via will be hosting a webinar entitled “Introducing LDC Via”. I highly encourage that each and every IBM Notes/Domino customer attend this webinar. In this webinar you will learn what LDC Via is, and why it’s a great fit for Notes / Domino customers and technologists. Then we willContinue reading “You Won’t Want to Miss this, Seriously”

With only 17 lines of code

With only 17 lines of PHP code I was able to add a Slack “slash” command (/whatshot) to bring up the list of “What’s Hot” ideas from http://ideajam.net. To do this I used the IdeaJam JSON API and some PHP code to produce the list you see in the picture above. Slack makes it veryContinue reading “With only 17 lines of code”

If You Use IBM Lotus Notes Then You Need to See This Groundbreaking Product

The London Developer Co-Op has created a tool named “Via” that every single company running IBM’s Lotus Notes and IBM’s Lotus Domino need to look at. I’m not going to get into the why customers need to consider LDC Via, as I think most of you know why already. Take it from me, this isContinue reading “If You Use IBM Lotus Notes Then You Need to See This Groundbreaking Product”

This is exactly what IBM Connections needs

[This is a bit rough, but I wanted to get it out there] Or does it…. Let’s face it, we all love the app dev capabilities of IBM’s (Lotus) Notes. We are able to design, build and deploy apps of all kinds for enterprise users in organizations. In fact, the users we develop these appsContinue reading “This is exactly what IBM Connections needs”

From the OpenNTF Way Back Machine

While cleaning up my Mac today I found this oldie but goodie from 2002: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  OpenNTF.org Releases OpenNTF Mail V1.0 for Lotus Notes 6  Vancouver, WA – October 15, 2002 – OpenNTF.org has announced OpenNTF Mail Version 1.0 for Lotus Notes 6.  OpenNTF Mail is based on the standard Lotus Notes 6 mailContinue reading “From the OpenNTF Way Back Machine”