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Lotus Notes 8 ... close but with a knock-out flaw!
Mary Jo posted an article called 'Will IBM’s Lotus Symphony succeed where other Office killers haven’t?'. The gem in the new Symphony crowd is Lotus Notes 8. Now I've been luck enough to get to use the new Eclipse based client and the UI is indeed much prettier and generally nicer to use but still has that Notes familiarity around it so an existing user can pretty much get up and running straight away. So all in all abit of a tick in the box for IBM until you notice this ... ... the first two process ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 25, 2007 6:48 PM

Developer Developer Developer Day 6
Nah, you didn't want to do any Christmas shopping that Saturday did you? You wanted to come out and hang with you developer mates and get all Geeky!!! So, give yourself and early Christmas presents ... Saturday, 24th November 20079am - 5:30pm Microsoft UK CampusBuilding 3,Thames Valley Park, Reading, BerkshireRG6 1WG ... now if you fancy being a speaker, and why not, all great speakers start somewhere and this event has been the launching pad for many so if you fancy a turn, heck and why not ... ......

Posted On Saturday, September 22, 2007 5:04 PM

My take on what Enterprise Architecture is?
So what is Enterprise Architecture (or EA for short) ? Before you reach for the Wikipedia definition which will just leave your brain hurting, try this on for size as your elevator pitch: "Enterprise Architecture is the practice of applying methods for describing current and future technology and supporting practices to align them with your organisation's core goals and strategic direction." Yep, you guessed it, Enterprise Architecture is about Strategy and that's it in a nutshell. As usual in the ......

Posted On Saturday, September 1, 2007 7:20 PM

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