Tag Archives: IBM

Notes application modernization with Vaadin :: A step-by-step beginner tutorial

Modernization of IBM Notes/Domino applications should be done outside of the Notes/Domino universe, which means in the first step to create a non-xpage frontend and connect it to your existing Notes application. I’m currently working in multiple projects with Vaadin and … Continue reading

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Ein Plädoyer für Lotus Notes (Teil 2): Das Lego Prinzip

…oder wie ich Java und Web Services durch Lotus Notes zu lieben gelernt habe. Einige meiner Kollegen arbeiten schon seit längerem mit Webservices und haben unter anderem schon ein komplettes User Management für Domino und eine Kalender Schnittstelle für SAP entwickelt. … Continue reading

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Meine Sessions auf dem AdminCamp 2015

Meine Präsentationen zu den beiden Sessions auf dem AdminCamp in Gelsenkirchen. Wobei die IBM Verse Session hauptsächlich aus einer Live Demo bestanden hat, deswegen ist die Präsentation vermutlich nicht ganz so interessant…

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Connecting the worlds: Notes, Domino, Sharepoint, Exchange, Connections Cloud, Office 365 all in one screenshot

Despite all discussions about competition, best strategy and best products, the best SOLUTION is in my opinion using whatever is the best choice for the current problem and connect all of those choices together… This screenshot shows a team calendar built on … Continue reading

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Moving to the cloud, as easy as getting a cup of coffee…

Today, I used the new OnBoarding Manager the first time to move some users to the cloud and I’m really impressed and disappointed. Why do not all IBM products look like this and work like this? Easy to install, easy to configure, easy … Continue reading

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