LDC Via just released a new white paper entitled “LDC Via: a new way to migrate“. I highly recommend that you go and read the whitepaper and schedule some time with the folks at LDC Via. Tell them I sent you. If you are at IBM Connect in Orlando, it would be great to find Ben, Matt, Mark or Julian and see first hand how easy you can move your data off of IBM Lotus Notes and Domino.
Would you be kind enough to post on your blogs/FB pages that Princess Cruises has a FT position open for an XPages/Domino developer.
The Sr. Programmer/Analyst position is at our Santa Clarita, CA office and our Domino/XPages team is about 13 people. Telecommuting is not an option.
Great benefits package and plenty of work. If you know someone who is interested, please have them contact me via email so I can give them a reference.
If you are intereted let me know so I can put you in contact with the people at Princess Cruises.
Just in case you missed the LDC Via webinar earlier this week on how to liberate your IBM Lotus Notes and Domino data, you can watch it right here, right now.
Without completing a migration successfully, you can be left with an expensive-to-own infrastructure that delivers limited value, where the necessary skills to maintain and enhance it are increasingly hard to come by.
LDC Via completes the migration picture by providing an ideal new home for data and applications previously on Domino.
The time is now to really consider the future of your Notes and Domino data and applicaitons.
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 will delve deeper into how to work with LDC Via to build collaborative applications.
Seriously folks, take an hour out of your busy day to see how LDC Via can liberate your IBM Notes and Domino data.
A few months ago I quietly relaunched my consulting services and have have had several productive engagements. Having stepped away from the day-to-day world of all things IBM Collaboration Solutions, I can now say that I have a very clear and objective viewpoint on what companies should be doing with their Notes/Domino/XPages/Connections apps and deployments.
I am also offering the following services:
- Provide an honest assessment of your information technology operation
- Offer executives a “plain English” explanation of technology
- Personalized executive technology coaching and training
- Help you answer the question “IT tells me everything is perfect, but is it really?”
- Offer you the cold hard facts about social media
- Provide opinions and constructive feedback for new software and hardware initiatives
- Help you learn more about the “cloud”, its benefits and how it can be implemented
- Assist you in determining if your company’s data is secure
- Provide you a motivated and expert speaker for company events and conferences
Please consider using my services. You will not be disappointed.
David Leedy just produced a brilliant NotesIn9 video that all developers should go and watch now. Seriously, go and watch it.
Yesterday I ran across this question on the IBM developerWorks Answers site:
Today, IBM’s Peter Janzen posted a response:
In this one hour, forty five minute webinar produced by TLCC and Teamstudio, Paul Calhoun and
Howard Greenberg Paul Della-Nebbia talk about why every single IBM XPages developer needs to know how to program with Java:
Java is an important skill to have as an XPages developer. This webinar will provide a foundation of the Java skills you need and explain how to best acquire them. Come see how Java is used with detailed code examples that demonstrate how to use core Java code, Java Beans, Managed Beans, and third party Java libraries in your applications. After this webinar you will know exactly how to add Java as a tool in your development toolbox.
The slides and sample database are available on the TLCC site.