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Presentations from EntwicklerCamp 2014 – Track 4

Track Session Subject Download Presentation Track4 Session1 The Road to Damascas – LS and @Formula to SSJS$FILE/T4S1-Xpages-road%20to%20damascas.pdf Track4 Session2 Wo speichert Notes was? Und was kann der Entwickler damit anfangen?$FILE/T4S2-Wo%20speichert%20Notes%20was.pdf Track4 Session3 WebServices unter Notes/Domino$FILE/T4S3-WebServices.pdf Track4 Session4

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Presentations from EntwicklerCamp 2014 – Track 3

Track Session Subject Download Presentation Track3 Session1 LotusScript Best-Practices (“keep it simple”)$FILE/T3S1-Lotusscript.pdf Track3 Session2 Java Beans sind kompliziert? Nicht die Bohne!$FILE/T3S2-JavaBeans.pdf Track3 Session3 OpenNTF – Die neue Applikationen and Controls für 2014$FILE/T3S3-openNTF.pdf Track3 Session4+5 All things X

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Presentations from EntwicklerCamp 2012 available

I have experienced that IBM has some problems linking to their material that lies out in the open, but I hope this post does not cause the same kind of trouble. I also know the solution in case needed: contact

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JSF Expression Language (presentation)

Yesterday I participated in an Advanced XPages Workshop by Emvege which was interesting. In the course material was a presentation on the JSF Expression Language which is also available online: link.

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Lotusphere 2011 – Wednesday 2 Feb.

After breakfast I went back straight to bed due to some fever. I managed to recover for some sessions after lunch :-/   Show 107 The datasource session During this session was demonstrated how new binding can be made to

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Writing Java to build applications using IBM Lotus Domino Designer

On the Lotus part of IBM’s developerWork you can find a clear, simple introduction to Java for LotusScript developers. With Notes 8 available for considerable period would it not be time for a proper book about Domino Development in Java?

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I am Patrick Kwinten. I am a IBM Notes Domino Product Specialist since 1996. With this blog I am trying to give my contribution to the community.

The posts in this blog project my personal opinions, not the company I work for.

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