Future opportunities for IBM Lotus Domino developers and administrators

At a recent call of the Lotus Technical Information and Education community, Ed Brill and Art Fontaine talked about future opportunities for Lotus Notes and Domino developers and administrators.

Ed Brill (ed_brill@us.ibm.com), Director, Product Management, for Lotus Notes and Domino and LotusLive Notes, IBM

Ed Brill is Director, Product Management, for Lotus Notes and Domino and LotusLive Notes.



Arthur Fontaine (afontaine@us.ibm.com), Program Director, Lotus Domino applications, Protector Security Platform, IBM

Art Fontaine is Program Director, Lotus Domino applications, Protector Security Platform.



05 August 2010

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The July 2010 meeting of the Lotus Technical Information and Education community featured a presentation by Ed Brill and Art Fontaine on future opportunities for Lotus Notes and Domino developers and administrators.

You can listen to a recording of the call and read the presentation and chat transcript on the LTIE Community blog.

Brill, Director, Product Management, for Lotus Notes and Domino and LotusLive Notes, and Fontaine, Program Director, Lotus Domino applications, Protector Security Platform, offered insight into changing market dynamics and trends. They urged developers and administrators to think about their roles differently and to consider new delivery methods, such as cloud computing and appliances.

If you're a developer

Think about your role differently and

  • Educate your organization on “why Lotus Domino”
  • Educate yourself on “why Lotus Domino”
  • Explore XPages, composite applications, mobile solutions
  • Learn XPages
  • Investigate integration with line-of-business and other systems

If you're an administrator

Think about your role differently and

  • Lead the way to lower costs
  • Explore Lotus Notes and Domino 8.x improvements
  • Consider user experiences (web, mobile, template)
  • Explore delivery methods
  • Look at linkages and integration opportunities across systems in your organization

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