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Best Practice Makes Perfect

A collaboration with Domino developers about how to do it and how to get it right in Domino

Drop Cap The title of course refers to Bob Balaban, who in his new position is officially authorized to nag the decision makers to add programmability features to Notes/Domino (and fix some of those that were a good idea but didn't quite get implemented to the point of usability, or that were great initially but need to updated to keep up with the new stuff we've added since).
You can bet he has a long list of his own ideas, and he's receptive to hearing from the developer community. Congratulations, Bob!
(I'm receptive to ideas, too; I'm just not in as much of a position to do anything about them. Now, I guess I can talk to Bob about them. Rah!)

Andre Guirard | 17 March 2007 12:50:20 PM ET | Plymouth, MN, USA | Comments (1)


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1) The Developer’s Friend
Ulrich Krause | 3/18/2007 1:51:28 AM

Can you tell more about the when and hows of new feature implementation?

Who are the decision makers?

If I ( we ) could understand the decision process better, then I would be able to understand why it takes such a long time to implement a function like "compute column header labels at runtime" or "compute tabbed table labels at runtime".

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