I bet everybody enjoyed David Leedy’s Use SourceTree for better XPages Source Control video-tutorial. At the time I was looking at SourceTree so David’s guidance came in the right time.
To assist my fellow colleague developers I wrote a document or some sort of manual on using SourceTree for source control and I used David’s tutorial for a transcript.
I hope you enjoy reading it.
Use SourceTree for better XPages Source Control
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Here is a summary of my experiences on day 1:
This or this as opener?
I guess I share similar feelings with others on this one. Although Notes Next looked pretty awesome in the demos! I just wonder if ‘older’ users can choose a ‘simple’ version in their preferences?
I kinda liked the theme choice even when it is not techie.
AD101 IBM Lotus Domino Designer – Today and tomorrow
Most of the new features were already known and no big announcement for tomorrow so a bit ‘modest’ (the work done is nevertheless highly appreciated).
AD110 Building XPages by the book
I visited this session in the hope to be able to go through the 800+ pages a bit more effective.
The book looks promising and I guess I have to read it from the beginning till the end.
Actually kinda cool to applause to Philippe Riand, chief architect of XPages!
AD307 Application Development with the IBM Lotus Sametime SDK
AD111 Developing Mobile Apps for Webkit Browsers Using XPages
A quick go-through + demo of 2 excellent OpenNTF projects. I hope to be working on mobilizing apps in the near future.
AD107 Microsoft Sharepoint Meets IBM Lotus Domino Development Deep Dive
When east meets west – There’s gonna be one hell of a mess – Or Love Is A Battlefield Of Wounded Hearts.
Product Showcase Reception
A cold beer was exactly what I needed to flush away the hangover of the welcome reception yesterday.
The vision is great, you may wonder how long did we come so far?