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XPages OpenLog Logger v5.0

By Paul Withers, posted on Apr 24, 2014

The IBM Mail Next Webinar - Thoughts and Questions

By John Head, posted on Apr 24, 2014

XPages: The Best of Times,The Worst of Times

By David Leedy, posted on Apr 24, 2014

Out of the Yellow, into the Blue

By Simon ODoherty, posted on Apr 24, 2014

Today in APIs: DPLA Expands Offerings, and 12 New APIs

By ProgrammableWeb, posted on Apr 23, 2014

Mark your calendars: Introducing IBM Connections Next !

By Luis Benitez, posted on Apr 23, 2014

Mastering XPages 2nd Edition Released

By Paul Withers, posted on Apr 23, 2014

This Week in Lotus 114 - Engage!

By Stuart McIntyre, posted on Apr 23, 2014

Ask the XPages Experts

By TLCC, posted on Apr 23, 2014

Lotus Notes WILL Live Long And Prosper

By Peter Presnell, posted on Apr 22, 2014

Q2 Cometh!

By Kramer Reeves, posted on Apr 22, 2014

You want to move to Domino? You need a plan!

By Stephan Wissel, posted on Apr 22, 2014

SmartCloud Notes little agent helper

By Stephan Wissel, posted on Apr 22, 2014

An XPage As A Tree: Implications

By Jesse Gallagher, posted on Apr 22, 2014

Dirty pages and keeping users on them in #XPages

By David Navarre, posted on Apr 22, 2014

My Blog Entries

StackOverflow-like XPages App

By Niklas Heidloff, posted on Apr 23, 2014

My colleague Atsushi Sato notified me that a team of six Japanese IBM Collaboration Solutions business partners, the Kyushu Notes Partner Group, is implementing an XPages based questions and answers app similar to StackOverflow with functionality to like and rank questions and answers.

The goal is to use this app for all questions related to IBM Collaboration Solutions in Japanese. This month the first beta went live: http://qa.xpages.jp.

The app is hosted on Softlayer and the group intends to open source the app.

Thank you, Philippe Riand

By Niklas Heidloff, posted on Apr 22, 2014

Last week Phil posted that he's "picking up new challenges in a much smaller company". I've had the pleasure to work with Phil for more than five years almost on a daily basis. I've learned a lot from Phil and want to thank you, Phil, for all your help and advice.

Phil has accomplished incredible things for IBM Domino app dev/XPages and for app dev for IBM Connections. Without Phil XPages wouldn't have had the huge business success. He delivers and gets things done. Phil is a visionary, lead, architect and great developer all in one person. Everyone likes to work with him.

Just to name some examples, it was Phil who implemented the first version of the XPages Extension Library and ensured to get it added to IBM Domino. In addition to this Phil has delivered many other open source projects on OpenNTF, e.g. the Social Business Toolkit SDK, Bootstrap4XPages, JDBC Access for Domino, Workflow for XPages, XPages Toolbox, XPages Bazaar and more.

All the best, Phil.

Here is a picture of our joint session at Entwicklercamp 2012.

All about App Dev for IBM SmartCloud for Social Business

By Niklas Heidloff, posted on Apr 10, 2014

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Hi, my name is Niklas Heidloff. I work for IBM as the IBM Collaboration Solutions app dev community advocate. I'm an IBM software architect and OpenNTF director. The blog contains information about IBM Connections, XPages and IBM SmartCloud.

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