Article archive for 2001 – Page 5

Sunday, July 1, 2001

Looking for a Notes job?

In his past few articles, Contributing Editor Dan Simmons has been taking a close look at the job market for Lotus Notes professionals. In this article, he discusses methods and tools you can use to increase the impact of your job search. He also examines niche Notes job sites and search engines and offers an overview of the major job boards and networks of recruiters. If you’re hunting for a job, plan to be soon, or just want to be prepared, this is the ammunition you need to take on the challenge.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

Another voice from the job market front

In the article, "A snapshot of the Lotus Notes hiring landscape," Contributing Editor Dan Simmons shared some readers’ responses to his inquiries regarding your respective employment opportunities. This month’s Letters to the Editor column features yet another interesting reply Dan received after completing that article. It paints a slightly rosier picture than some of the others.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

Petty greed on a grand scale

Over the past few months, Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz has become aware of certain behaviors and actions that have the potential to impact most of us on a grand scale. In this month’s editorial, he details these scourges of the Internet and operating systems, and issues some calls to action. This is an important article to read if you want to continue to enjoy the benefits of the Internet and computers in future years.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

Domino gives birth to healthcare Web site

July’s DominoPower Site of the Month belongs to Gundersen Lutheran, a healthcare network that has constructed its official Web site using Lotus Notes and Domino.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

DevCon 2001 in review

Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco returned safely from this year’s Lotus DevCon in Las Vegas. In this fun-filled report, he relates some of his favorite quotes from the opening session and offers his personal list of what he’ll be focusing on in the next six months.

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Sunday, July 1, 2001

Corporate IQ: Automating sustainable knowledge management

Today, corporate knowledge management solutions focus on content management. But without automated learning management, content cannot be productively leveraged for corporate value. In this article, Bain McKay discusses how automating integrated learning and content management can be a powerful corporate management tool that facilitates sustainable business value.

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Friday, June 1, 2001

Lotus adds the human touch to Web services

On May 14, 2001 IBM held a press event to announce that it’s enabling all of its infrastructure software–known as middleware–with comprehensive support for open Internet standards to enable the development of Web services applications. Steve Niles was there, and in this report he’ll give you the scoop on all the big news and how Lotus fits into the puzzle.

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Friday, June 1, 2001

Free software that can make your job easier

There’s a lot of free applications and utilities out there on the Internet if you know where to find them. In this article, Senior Technical Editor Richard Echeandia shares some of the free, downloadable software that the teams at his company use to help make them as productive and efficient as possible.

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Friday, June 1, 2001

Solutions for your Preview pains

Senior Technical Editor Dan Velasco received an enormous response to his recent series of DominoPower Tips on using the Preview Pane Default database in R5. In this article, Dan reviews those tips and provides some additional sources of information on this extremely interesting topic.

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Friday, June 1, 2001

Inside mail distribution: the programming project

In this article, Mick Moignard will take you inside the code of his System Managed Groups application. He shows you exactly how he did it so that you too can keep your groups automatically maintained.

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