And as far as client counts are concerned...first, IBM starting including a Notes Express license with every PC they sold, and included those licenses in their counts. Second, that was well over a decade ago.
There are basically two types of Notes/Domino jobs available these days...Domino based development for the web browser, and migrations to other platforms (with migrations having the lion’s share.) You’d think that with 80 million Notes clients out there, there would be a little more work for the client side. But there isn’t.
That’s because no one uses the Notes client any more. The job boards have been filled with migration jobs for years now. Do you really think there are still 80 million users after years of migrations??
I hope the logic you use in your programming is a little bit better than that.
Where have they gone...? (Jack Griffin 5.Apr.12)
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