If you followed Peter’s series on replacing Lotus he outlined some of the pitfalls, processes and decision points to undertake for success. I wanted to point out the technical side to a lot of those decisions. The short answer is that you need a tool to surface your domino data en-masse until such a time when decisions are made on each application. I have been working on that solution for quite some time now and I have to say, it’s complex. First you need to make a fundamental decision. Are you going to do this yourself or hire someone? Next question…Are you going to provide fidelity to the original Notes apps

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If you followed Peter’s series on replacing Lotus he outlined some of the pitfalls, processes and decision points to undertake for success. I wanted to point out the technical side to a lot of those decisions. The short answer is that you need a tool to surface your domino data en-masse until such a time when decisions are made on each application. I have been working on that solution for quite some time now and I have to say, it’s complex. First you need to make a fundamental decision. Are you going to do this yourself or hire someone? Next question…Are you going to provide fidelity to the original Notes apps

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Have you ever had a dream that you were so sure was real? Well today is the first step in realizing that dream. A few months ago I made a post about being one of the co-founders for a new company called Red Pill Development. This company was founded on the controversial belief that modernizing Notes applications one at a time by reproducing all of the existing functionality is a loosing strategy.  In order to turn a profit modernizing applications, you have to do so en-masse and only include the features that are needed and being used. We came about this epiphany from attempting to reproduce Notes applications in their entirety

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Have you ever had a dream that you were so sure was real? Well today is the first step in realizing that dream. A few months ago I made a post about being one of the co-founders for a new company called Red Pill Development. This company was founded on the controversial belief that modernizing Notes applications one at a time by reproducing all of the existing functionality is a loosing strategy.  In order to turn a profit modernizing applications, you have to do so en-masse and only include the features that are needed and being used. We came about this epiphany from attempting to reproduce Notes applications in their entirety

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I am proud to announce that as of Monday I will be starting a new adventure with the creation of Red Pill Development. Red Pill Development is a new company which consists of a truly awesome team of Lotus Professionals and thought leaders in the Lotus industry. Currently Red Pill Development consists of: Peter Presnell, IBM Champion 2012, architect of the .Domino framework on OpenNTF, globally recognized presenter & thought-leader, former head of quality engineering for GBS Keith Strickland, creator of the XBlog project on OpenNTF, recognized expert on Dojo and XPages Jennifer Meade, globally recognized presenter & thought-leader, former Chief Technology Officer for GBS, winner of countless Lotus Awards with

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I am proud to announce that as of Monday I will be starting a new adventure with the creation of Red Pill Development. Red Pill Development is a new company which consists of a truly awesome team of Lotus Professionals and thought leaders in the Lotus industry. Currently Red Pill Development consists of: Peter Presnell, IBM Champion 2012, architect of the .Domino framework on OpenNTF, globally recognized presenter & thought-leader, former head of quality engineering for GBS Keith Strickland, creator of the XBlog project on OpenNTF, recognized expert on Dojo and XPages Jennifer Meade, globally recognized presenter & thought-leader, former Chief Technology Officer for GBS, winner of countless Lotus Awards with

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