Article archive for 2000

Friday, December 1, 2000

Smart content and smart portals make a smart company

In this article, Bain McKay continues his theme of knowledge management by discussing smart content in light of workspace portal applications. Smart content helps users manage the problem of infoglut by automatically reducing information content to the problem at hand and organizing it around what you know and how you learn.

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Friday, December 1, 2000

Interviewing for a Lotus Notes developer position

No matter how qualified for a job you might be, you’re bound to get spooked by the always intimidating interview process. Dan Simmons, a Lotus Notes recruiter, feels your pain. In this article, he shares the four basic questions every employer asks,. If you master these, there’s no doubt you’ll ace your next interview.

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Friday, December 1, 2000

New iNotes Web Access client really shimmers

The beta version of iNotes Web Access, code named "Shimmer," has been released, and DominoPower Senior Technical Editor Richard Echeandia has taken it out for a test drive. You can’t afford to miss this review of Lotus’ new Web client for Domino-based mail, calendar, scheduling, and collaboration services.

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Friday, December 1, 2000

Bitten by the Notes bug

In this month’s Letters to the Editor, an Australian reader responds to last month’s tongue-in-cheek editorial, "Is Notes a virus?" with his personal story of how he too contracted the Notes virus.

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Friday, December 1, 2000

Russian publishing house makes great use of Domino

December’s DominoPower Site of the Month is a great example of how Domino can be used to create an attractive, well-presented weekly or monthly online publication. The problem is, it’s in Russian. Steve Niles has enlisted the help of the site’s technical department to break down the language barrier and bring you this latest Web site review.

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Friday, December 1, 2000

Coding Domino server tasks in C

In this first article in a series, Ian Cherrill will help you gain a little developer street cred and maybe add a new skill to your resume by showing you how to create a basic server task in C and debug it just like you would step through a LotusScript agent.

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Friday, December 1, 2000

Reusing the Web address dialog from the R5 mail template

In developing Web-based applications in Domino R5, you might find it necessary to provide a means to select names of individuals or groups from a Domino directory. You could probably create a form and program the code necessary to do the job, but there’s an easier way that bypasses the development effort completely. In this article, Glenn S. Orenstein shows you how it’s done.

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Wednesday, November 1, 2000

Beginners guide to developing wireless applications

A wireless world is dawning, and if you want to stay ahead, you’re going to need to be able to develop wireless applications. In this article, Dan Velasco introduces you to HDML and shares with you the result of his early foray into wireless, including some of the resources he found and the lessons he learned.

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Wednesday, November 1, 2000

A closer look at Manila and Radio UserLand

After you read about how Frontier and Domino can work together, be sure to check out this article in which Russ Lipton delves further into two other great products from UserLand: the Frontier application Manila and the still-evolving Radio UserLand.

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Wednesday, November 1, 2000

The ins and outs of using Java with Domino

As the author of the new book, Domino Development with Java, DominoPower Contributing Editor Tony Patton is the just the man to answer the burning question, "Why bother with Java?" He also provides a look at the basics of utilizing Java in Domino and shows you how to construct a simple Domino Java agent.

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