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COL106 - Domino - 30 Years Behind the Scenes

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In November of 2019 our beloved Lotus/IBM/HCL Notes and Domino turned 30 years old. Ever wonder how a particular feature was created or who decided why something should work a particular way? Come join us for a trip down memory lane. Jason has been centric to the development of the software since its earliest days and will be sharing stories from Iris, IBM and HCL. Rocky Oliver and Bob Balaban will be part of the fun and share in the telling of product development history. As a technology consultant, business partner, IBM Champion and HCL Ambassador, Heather has been around the software for over 26 years, collecting a variety of experiences worth telling. Also, as a bonus Rob Novak of SNAPPS will explain why the Notes port is 1352.

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COL106 - Domino - 30 Years Behind the Scenes

  1. 1. 30+ Years of Domino: Behind the Scenes (A potentially humorous, possibly informative, and perhaps incendiary round table…as round as tables can be on Zoom) Jason Roy Gary, HCL Heather Hottenstein, RPR Wyatt Bob Balaban, HCL Rob Novak, SNAPPS Rocky Oliver, HCL
  2. 2. We Just Keep Going
  3. 3. 135 Years of Experience
  4. 4. Back to the Future • Plato Notes • Ray Ozzie • Iris • Lotus • 1989
  5. 5. • Lotusphere • Hierarchical Naming, ID Vault • LotusScript, XPages, DQL, Node.js • SCOS, DAOS • ccMail MTA, SMTP • Clustering • HTTP • Sametime, QuickPlace, Quickr, Domino.Doc • Domino Domain Monitoring • Transaction Logging • Traveler, Nomad, Verse on Premises • OS/2, Sun, WinNT, AS/400, AIX, LINUX Super Human
  6. 6. Making ‘Sphere
  7. 7. • Achy Breaky Back?…10 Websites…What could’ve been? • The typo that haunts an Iris/Lotus/IBM engineer to this day… 1352 – Rob
  8. 8. Pizza, Pizza – Bob
  9. 9. QuickPlace, Quickr – Rob
  10. 10. The dots…. doc and merchant – Jason 1997 - 1998
  11. 11. Partner contributions – Rocky
  12. 12. You got mail – Heather
  13. 13. New Beginnings - Jason
  14. 14. Thank you for letting us share….

In November of 2019 our beloved Lotus/IBM/HCL Notes and Domino turned 30 years old. Ever wonder how a particular feature was created or who decided why something should work a particular way? Come join us for a trip down memory lane. Jason has been centric to the development of the software since its earliest days and will be sharing stories from Iris, IBM and HCL. Rocky Oliver and Bob Balaban will be part of the fun and share in the telling of product development history. As a technology consultant, business partner, IBM Champion and HCL Ambassador, Heather has been around the software for over 26 years, collecting a variety of experiences worth telling. Also, as a bonus Rob Novak of SNAPPS will explain why the Notes port is 1352.

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