Article archive for 2005 – Page 5

Tuesday, March 1, 2005

Lotusphere questions, Lotusphere answers

At Lotusphere, "Meet the Developers" is a way to get the answers to those tough questions. Throughout the year, Senior Technical Editor Mick Moignard collects questions he can’t find the answer to, and puts them to the developers. Sometimes, but not always, he gets answers.

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Tuesday, February 1, 2005

More from Lotusphere 2005

Continuing their virtual dialog from last week, DominoPower Magazine Senior Technical Editors Mick Moignard and Richard Echeandia pick up where they left off, wrapping up their coverage of this year’s Lotusphere.

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Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Lotusphere wrap-up 2005

It’s February, so that means Lotusphere has come to an end for another year. DominoPower Magazine Senior Technical Editors Mick Moignard and Richard Echeandia have teamed up to bring you their extensive, in-depth coverage of this year’s Lotusphere. There’s a great deal to discuss, so we’ll get started this week and continue our analysis and coverage in next week’s issue.

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Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Career transitions: From anxiety to performance

Anyone who has found themselves suddenly out of work knows anxiety. If you’ve found yourself in this situation or are concerned you may soon be, author Matthew Moran has some tips to alleviate the anxiety and help you take back control of your career.

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Tuesday, February 1, 2005

Four Linux books that’ll get you going

With more and more interest in Linux and with IBM’s increasing investment in open source technologies, we’ve been getting a steady stream of reader questions about migrating to Linux. Questions have ranged from the very basic "What does Linux mean to me?" to the hands-on usage questions, all the way to questions like, "Can Linux be secure enough for my organization?" This month, we’ve selected four books that can help you answer these questions, get started with Linux, and learn how various Linux services and resources compare with their Windows server counterparts.

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Saturday, January 1, 2005

The momentum is coming back

This year’s Lotusphere seems to be quite a bit different than the last two years. The feeling among the attendees seems to be very upbeat and energized. Find out what Senior Technical Editor Richard Echeandia has learned in talking to attendees and exhibitors.

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Saturday, January 1, 2005

How Elvis entered the building and CES went out the window

As always, your esteemed ZATZ editorial staff was on the case, prepared to cover CES in full. Unlike in previous years, uh, something happened on the way to the convention center. You see, Denise Amrich and David Gewirtz — the two co-founders of ZATZ Publishing — got married. And, yep, CES went out the window. To make things even more interesting, Elvis is part of the story.

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Saturday, January 1, 2005

Lotusphere 2005 expectations

There’s a lot we all look forward to each year, just before our annual pilgrimage to the warm, welcoming arms of Mickey, Donald, Goofy and the warm welcoming spirit that’s Lotusphere in Orlando. There’s no better way to prepare for next week’s big event than to talk to some of the most interesting people in the Lotus community and have them share their thoughts and expectations for Lotus, Lotusphere, and 2004. Here’s what they had to say.

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Saturday, January 1, 2005

Four free power tools for your toolbox.

If you’re doing any sort of serious Web development, before too long you’re going to hit problems in the area of browser and Web server interaction. If you want to track down those pesky problems and be hero for a day, you’ll need a big, shiny, red toolbox with a set of power tools that allow you to peer deep into the internals and see precisely what’s going on. Author Andrew Stuart shows us what tools he keeps in his toolbox.

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Saturday, January 1, 2005

A simple way of commenting if/else follow-up

Erwin van Hunen’s article "A simple way of commenting if/else for better understanding" in the August issue of DominoPower Magazine has generated quite a bit of feedback. This time around, we have a piece sent in by Joshua B. Jore, a Domino developer for Imation Corporation, regarding guard statements.

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