January 8, 2019 | Written by: Luis Guirigay and Andrew Manby
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What a year it’s been! In the last few months we’ve released Domino V10 and delivered great, new capabilities for application developers, administrators, and business users. We’ve also been on a mission to educate the community on the possibilities of Domino V10 and share as much code as possible in webcasts and blogs — but now, we’re ready to take things to the next level.
We’re excited to announce Domino Tech School — a series of webinars for all things Notes and Domino. Launching in January 2019, Domino Tech School will consist of 60-minute webcasts twice a month, tailored specifically for both developers and admins. The topics will be selected based on your feedback and input, and the sessions will be led by subject-matter experts from IBM and HCL, as well as IBM Champions, Business Partners, and customers. If you can’t make a live session, a recording will always be available on demand here.
We’re kicking off Domino Tech School in January with:
[ Session 1 ] January 24: Domino Query Language
One of the most impressive new features introduced in Domino V10 is Domino Query Language (DQL). DQL is available to Node.js, LotusScript, and Java developers, and we’re here to help you get started. Take full advantage of this new way to develop Domino applications, and learn when and how to best use it. Join us for a technical session that dives deep into this great addition to the Domino platform.
[ Session 2 ] February 7: Upgrading to Domino V10: Best Practices
Are you looking to deploy Domino V10 but don’t know where to start? Upgrade servers or clients first? Should I upgrade the ODS? If you have questions like these, this session is for you. Get a complete understanding of the process to upgrade to Domino V10, and learn from best practices and tips from the field.
[ Session 3 ] February 21: API Crash Course for LotusScript Developers
Over the past years, there has been an increase in platforms and solutions that make their offerings available through APIs, giving rise to the notion of the “API economy.” These APIs range from simple requests like weather forecasts and language translation, to more involved services such as image recognition, mail and calendaring, and other business-related requirements. With the release of Domino V10, Notes applications can now consume Web APIs using LotusScript.
This session gives you a crash course in how to integrate with various services using LotusScript. From sending, receiving and processing JSON data, understanding important aspects of HTTP requests, to reading and testing API specifications using tools like Postman — it’s easier than you think and the possibilities are endless.
Mark your calendar now and join us in diving deeper into a world of possibilities with Domino. Visit our webcast hub to register for a session.