Archive for 2008

Follow a live Domino build project

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

Domino Guru Chris Toohey is currently busy with a project build with a deadline tomorrow (December 31st). Despite the tight deadline Chris is “live” blogging the build process for others to learn more about Domino development. I can highly recommend that you follow the project. So far Chris has written an introduction to the project, […]

New Danish Lotus blogger

Tuesday, December 2nd, 2008

Via the Danish notesnet.dk community I just discovered that we have a new Danish blogger in the Lotus community: Finn L. Knudsen. Finn is the author of the I Do Code blog. Please welcome Finn to the blogosphere.

IBM HackDay6 is today

Friday, October 24th, 2008

Today we had the internal IBM HackDay event for the 6th time and I was part of the group that arranged the local hackday event in Denmark for the third time. I am proud to say that it was my accomplishment that the first local IBM hackday event was held in Denmark in October 2007. […]

Websphere Application Server 7.0 released

Saturday, October 11th, 2008

Bobby Woolf just blogged that Websphere Application Server 7.0 has been released. Bobby has posted several interesting links to more information – one being this video providing a high level overview of the features in version 7.0. Go to this “What’s new in WebSphere Application Server V7″ article on developerWorks for more detailed information on […]

Runing Lotus Domino on a mainframe

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

Sean Burgess suggested that I blogged about running Lotus Domino on z/OS for a development server so here goes: I am acting as an IT architect for a system called ePOS which acts as a frontend to a payment solution called IBM Payment Systems. This frontend solution is running on Lotus Domino R8 for z/OS […]

97 things every software architect should know

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

Bobby Woolf has blogged about a wiki on “97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know”. The list is at 50 things so far and they are very interesting to read. Update May 2009: The list has been completed and an edited version of the 97 things has been compiled into a book which was published […]

DXL: Domino XML

Saturday, August 16th, 2008

I recently listened to the first episode of the YellowCast podcast and was reminded how powerful DXL is. I created this blog post to store my notes from listening to this podcast and to provide others with links to all the useful info that the YellowCast hosts Chris Toohey and Tim Tripcony shared during the […]

Podcasts that I listen to

Tuesday, August 12th, 2008

I am currently listening to the following podcasts on my iPhone: IBM developerWorks podcast The Taking Notes podcast Dogear Nation Stack Overflow podcast I actually listen to these while running. So thanks guys for keeping me motivated!

I’m the GONAD Worshipful Grand Dragon for Denmark

Sunday, August 3rd, 2008

I have just been accepted as an official GONAD (Geeky Order of Notes Admins and Developers) member by Steve McDonagh – more precisely with a degree of Worshipful Grand Dragon for Denmark. I am so proud! If you are interested in GONAD and in applying for membership you can read more here: “First Northern Ireland […]

Scott Ambler on agile software development

Sunday, July 20th, 2008

I have been listening to a developerWorks podcast with Scott Ambler where he discusses agile development. Scott has an interesting point when he compares agile adoption with the history of astronomy: the agile community is the equivalent of the people who thought that everything revolved around the sun, while the traditional community is the equivalent […]