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1
Ribbon IDE for Lotus Notes?
As you know Lotus Notes is built on Eclipse so following Eclipse plugins and projects makes a lot of sense from a platform point of view. Surfing the other day I stumbled over an Eclipse project that provides a Ribbon IDE for the Eclipse platform. It ...
07-Apr-2010
16:03:33
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Microsoft MIX10 vs Lotusphere
With all the talk we have been having around Lotusphere presentations and the availability of session presentations and video afterwards it's strangely refreshing to see how Microsoft approach their MIX10 conference which was just held in Las Vegas. If ...
25-Mar-2010
09:14:10
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Lotus Notes vs. Microsoft Mesh
You might already know of this but I suggest you listen to the Windows Weekly podcast episode 56 and episode 57 for info on the upcoming Microsoft Mesh. In episode 57 there are comments about Lotus Notes and how Ray Ozzie took the thunder of Notes and ...
06-May-2008
15:02:33
4
Rearming Windows Vista
While cleaning up today I found an interesting piece of information in the Microsoft Action Pack material. It appears that the 30 day grace period of Windows Vista can be extended to 90 days by rearming the installation (you should also disable ...
16-Apr-2008
12:30:57
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Lotus Sametime for Microsoft products
Nice video of the Lotus Sametime integration into Microsoft Office incl. Outlook (main focus is on Outlook). It's nice even if you just need to see what the integration looks like since you're probably running Notes. Right? :-)
07-Feb-2008
14:37:00
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Windows Home Server
I know it wont be available until the end of the year but Microsoft Windows Home Server looks really nice. A server product built especially for the home with built in support for managing the computers on the home network incl. making backup images etc.
20-Jan-2007
11:13:20
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C# for the Java developer
Will probably have to do some coding in C# one of these days so I'd better start reading up. Found an article via Google which looks like a promising no-nonsence way to start: A COMPARISON OF MICROSOFT'S C# PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE TO SUN MICROSYSTEMS' JAVA ...
03-Oct-2006
15:33:25
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Ahhh - there is of cause the Microsoft (proprietary) solution
As mentioned yeasterday I have been reinventing the wheel and (re)writing XPath 2.0 functions as named XSLT templates since the MSXML 3 in Internet Explorer 6 isn't XPath 2.0 compliant. As always there is however a Microsoft proprietary solution using ...
04-Aug-2006
06:44:34
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Re: Do you have SWING Integrator experience?
I finally got a reply from a support representative from SWING Software and it appears that SWING Integrator doesn't support writing formulas to Microsoft Excel. I think this is a real shame shame since it restricts its use dramatically or at least makes ...
23-Jun-2006
22:44:20
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Do you have SWING Integrator experience?
If you have experience with SWING Integrator and Microsoft Excel, more specifically experience in writing formulas from Notes to MS Excel I would be VERY happy to hear from you. We have a major issue with an application due for launch. It seems like the ...
22-Jun-2006
17:45:55