We have new Notes development here daily. Vanderbilt in downtown
Nashville uses Notes extensively. I'm sure there are more but I can't
guesstimate how many...



From: Richard Schoen <richard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Date: 03/14/2012 01:41 PM
Subject: RE: Domino/Notes
Sent by: midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx



Well it would appear you're misreading what I said. I will slow it down
and c-l-a-r-i-f-y .....

I factually said that we displaced a Domino workflow solution with our
Enterprise workflow product. That was fact, not disparaging.

My factual question still stands : Do you know of any companies doing new
Domino development besides Rob and Group Dekko ? :-)

We also have Domino product and I am an expert Notes/Domino developer so I
think I have basis for commenting on this topic and how klunky database
access is from Domino.

You can lickity split in Domino all you want if it meets your needs.

I was stating my opinion for new development based on the fact of having
developed in Domino.

So next time before you start whining, state something factual :-)

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Richard Schoen
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Primarily because a good Domino developer can bang this stuff out lickity
split.

I bet there's more than one person who can replace the word Domino in this

next sentence with any number of platforms. Not that it makes it any
truer.
<snip>Do you know of any companies doing new Domino development ?</snip>

Disparaging one platform to make your product seem better doesn't cut it
with me.


Rob Berendt

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