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Microsoft for Domino developers »

FERDY CHRISTANT - FEB 13, 2007 (01:58:59 PM)

   

If for whatever reason you are interested in learning about .Net, Sharepoint and other Microsoft products that compete with the Lotus offering, somebody did a marvelous job at helping you. Jeff Crossett of crossedconnections.org has been writing articles that consider people coming from a Lotus background. To me personally, these articles are valuable, as they match the learning needs I have as a result of IT changes at work.

The best thing to do is to subscribe to his site here, as content gets added regularly. For now, I'll link to some of his classics:

.Net for Domino developers:

Sharepoint from the Domino perspective:

Great stuff, even if your background and ambition lies within the Lotus offering.

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COMMENT: PATRICK KWINTEN emailhomepagerating

FEB 13, 19:41:14

comment » "The secret to a long life is knowing when it's time to go".

My company is more than happy to get in contact with a skilled Lotus developer like you =)

KR

Patrik «

COMMENT: FERDY

FEB 14, 08:02:09 AM

comment » Patrick,

I will keep that in mind, but currently I am not looking for a new job. Thanks still, I won't forget 18 «

COMMENT: HENNING HEINZ email

FEB 14, 11:21:53

comment » If you are a Windows shop, Sharepoint and Exchange can to a much better job than Domino currently does.

"The secret to a happy life is knowing when it's time for a change". «

COMMENT: D CLENDENNEN email

APR 18, 2014 - 06:23:36 PM

comment » These could possibly be good articles if I could actually FIND them! «

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