As stated on the XPages Blog, a new Redbook has been published on the Lotus Notes and Domino Application Development wiki on building Domino web applications using Domino Designer 8.5.1: Building Domino Web Applications using Domino 8.5.1. The objective of the Redbook is to “provide guidance on Best Practices for Domino Web Development, with emphasis […]
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Erich Gamma from the Rational Jazz team has just recorded and posted a 60 minute webcast on the subject of using Rational Team Concert in a globally distributed team. Erich covers topics such as server setup, release planning, iteration planning and finishing a release. Have a look if you are interested in agile methods.
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, […]
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 […]
Rational Team Concert 1.0 is now available on jazz.net. You can download a free version with a server and 3 client licenses included. Team concert “provides a development environment that allows developers to collaborate together using integrated Source Control, Work Items, Build, Dashboards, Reports, and Process support. ” I am especially interested in the support […]
Jazz.net is now open to everyone. From the site: “Jazz is an IBM Rational project to build a scalable, extensible team collaboration platform for integrating work across the phases of the development lifecycle”. According to Andy Patrizio from internetnews.com Jazz can be compared to SourceForge and Subversion. The Jazz team blog has also been opened […]
Michel Van der Meiren has been creating several articles on how to build a nice looking website using Lotus Domino – and yesterday he completed the tutorial by providing access to a demo of the web site including an option to download the demo site. The tutorial includes the following articles: Domino as a rapid […]