|Sunday 29 September 2002|
IBM is taking its first major step in integrating WebSphere and Domino into what the company is calling its next-generation platform, in which Domino takes on a supporting role as collaboration component provider for applications built on WebSphere.
Is this where IBM is taking Domino? The more I hear about it, the more I tend to think being just proficient in Lotus Domino is not the way to go. And you almost have to know Java nowadays, which is a totally different thing from being able to build Domino forms and views, and writing @Formula language and some LotusScript.
Perhaps moving to .NET is not such a bad idea after all
Stuff to try out: found some Undocumented LotusScript.
Might be usefull... if it works.