Lotus Notes and Domino 8.0.1 channel announcement, via Ed Brill.
P.S.: The amount of blogging Ed is allowed to do on his "holiday" is in stark contrast to my allowance... :-)
THE VIEW 2008 Technical Solutions Supplement is now available for download from THE VIEW at no charge. Although you will likely pick up a hardcopy at some conference this year it never hurts to have the PDF as well. The supplement features a short piece by yours truly called "Use a blackbox to bolster your Sametime Connect buddy list with business card data".
I discovered this article through my developerWorks subscription and it was an interesting read. I picked up on the article since I do a lot of String manipulation in LotusScript.doc but hardly in the the 50MB range as described in the article. Still I think you should read the article if you
- like to learn new API's
- like to think outside the box
- do stuff in Java
"Systems that manipulate large quantities of string data are poorly served by the Java language's default String and StringBuilder classes. A rope data structure can be a better alternative. This article introduces Ropes for Java, a rope implementation for the Java platform; explores performance issues; and provides pointers for effective use of the library."