Admins! Developers!

Lend me your ears! Well, OK, lend Bruce & Julian your ears: a new Taking Notes podcast is out, episode 53 with Thomas Gumz to be precise. And it is a corker. This is where the Taking Notes guys got to dive a little deeper. They cover the genesis of the separate Notes Administrator client in the version 4 days, the birth of the Domino Domain Monitor, how the web administrator client came about, and the technical challenges therein (Ajax before it was Ajax!), plus a whole load more about using Domino as an Eclipse update service, and so on and so forth.

This is really interesting stuff, for both administrators and developers alike. The guys also mention Andy Broyles recent exposition of some of the technical brilliance displayed in developing the DDM. If you haven’t already, you should read that after you’ve listened to Thomas.

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