I did not Jam but I do believe
Fri 22 Dec 2017, 10:07 AMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
There was a Domino 2025 Jam a few hours from here, but I didn't make it, already sucked into the flu I am still battling. (My wife works in a preschool, so avoiding illness is nigh on impossible.) I think there was a virtual Jam, but I didn't join in. It isn't because I don't care. I do. It isn't because I am jaded and snarky and disbelieving either. I think IBM is genuinely trying to solve this peculiar problem of a product that won't die and that still provides so much value even in an age that seems to have moved past it.
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What has been said:
1119.1. Heiko Voigt (12/23/2017 02:06 AM)
Nicely put Ben, exactly my observations as well. Happy holidays and all the best.
1119.2. richard moy (12/23/2017 10:26 PM)
Interesting, but most of our discussion in the Live Jam in Chicago was almost all about the back-end. Rarely did we talk about front end. We talked about integration, Node, Java, and security. It is all about data.
1119.3. Ben Langhinrichs (12/24/2017 02:27 PM)
Richard - It is always all about data, but I may not have been clear enough. I don't want a Notes/Domino that follows MY vision. I want a Notes/Domino that follows a vision I can evaluate, so that I can decide whether to follow that vision or some other. - Ben
1119.4. Richard Moy (12/26/2017 04:38 PM)
I am coming from a different point of view. I want it to follow my vision. Richard.
1119.5. John Curtis (01/02/2018 10:58 AM)
There will be both backend and frontend implications going forward. I'm not familiar with your API support and extension hook requirements/requests. Are they listed somewhere?
Happy New Year, hope you're feeling better.