On Friday Bruce and Julian let me on The Taking Notes podcast to talk about plug-in development and how to get started with plug-in development. We also talked a bit about the RedWiki we’re writing. I think it’s a pretty decent discussion about the topic and I hope it’s a pleasant listen.
“Let’s talk Eclipse plugins! It’s not just an Eclipse thing, plugins can be used to extend the functionality of your Lotus Notes client.
Mikkel Heisterberg has been instrumental in helping developers wade through the murky waters of Lotus Notes sidebar app and plugin development for several years, through Lotusphere and user group presentations, blog articles, and onsite training. Bruce and Julian talked to him about how this plugin technology can be used and what’s going to be in the new IBM Redbook he’s been working on.”
The podcast may be found in iTunes or directly using the following link: Taking Notes Episode 122: 2010.09.24 – Sidebar, Plugins, and Notes Client Extensions with Mikkel Heisterberg
An interesting podcast from IT Conversations on the Zfone project which is the latest project from PGP creator Phil Zimmermann to encrypt VOIP calls over the internet. Worth a listen for sure.
Phil Zimmermann – The Zfone Project
Eclipse Talk Podcast in iTunes. I haven’t listened to the podcast yet but it looks interesting.
Was tuned in to this blog post (“SOA is Dead; Long Live Services” by Anne Thomas Manes) by a very interesting interview about the post on ITConversations. The podcast is definitely worth a listen and quite interesting. Quoting from the blog post:
“SOA met its demise on January 1, 2009, when it was wiped out by the catastrophic impact of the economic recession. SOA is survived by its offspring: mashups, BPM, SaaS, Cloud Computing, and all other architectural approaches that depend on “services”.”
Sounds like something you realized without knowing it? The interview is very interesting and addresses, among other things, why SOA and governance is a concept and not something you buy. The podcast runs about 44 minutes and may be streamed or downloaded as MP3.
“You take the red pill – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.”
I do not consider myself a total nut job but I invite you and encourage you to listen to this episode of the Daily Source Code podcast for your start to the awakening. If nothing else it’s an eye opener… Taste the red pill.
Daily Source Code #781 for Friday August 8th 2008: Confessions Of A MultiMedia HitMan.
Tim Tripcony and Chris Toohey has joined together to do another Lotus podcast (the third by my account). Read more at the YellowCast website and subscribe via the RSS feed (http://feeds.feedburner.com/YellowCast). For some reason my iTunes wont subscribe to the feed – got to try again l8r.
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 brought it to Microsoft.
Yes I know it’s scary but I talked to Bruce and Julian last night and found this morning that the recording was already out. So if you want to learn more about sidebar plugins and the TwitNotes plugin in particular check out the Taking Notes podcast episode 81.
I haven’t listened to the podcast yet myself so it will be interesting to hear how I came across, if I’m understandable at all and whether the content is any good. iTunes is downloading…
Not for the easily offended but worth a listen.
“In this extremely funny RailsConf keynote, performer and consultant Ze Frank radiates the quirky energy and hip creativity of new media and the interactive web. Riffing on everything from nonsensical airline safety cards to the creation of an Earth sandwich…”
MP3 off IT Conversations