(IBM Notes and SharePoint)

Lotus Notes Developer Tools: Six Handy Apps To Make Development Easy

The need for speed in fixing bugs, checking the performance of applications, comparing different versions of code, customizing result displays, bringing out well aligned design elements are all part and parcel of a developers daily grind. Here, I have given six tools which can help the Lotus Notes Developer do his job with finesse.

By | September 22nd, 2017|Automate|0 Comments

SharePoint List View Threshold: Your FAQs Answered

SharePoint lists can handle only 5000 items? Does that mean I need to invest in a SQL database to handle my application data? I have more than 5000 documents in my Notes application – can I not use SharePoint? This is for SharePoint Online? There are several questions that we keep hearing about this across [...]

By | June 29th, 2017|Automate|2 Comments

Considerations when moving from Lotus Notes to Relational Database

Ray Ozzie’s vision on Lotus Notes as a database with a loosely defined data schema with concepts of rich text, robust database programs

By | June 6th, 2012|Automate|Comments Off on Considerations when moving from Lotus Notes to Relational Database

Lotusphere, here we come

Maarga has been part of Lotusphere over the years and this year, it’s going to be pretty different from what we did over the years.

By | January 12th, 2012|Automate|Comments Off on Lotusphere, here we come