* Covers all the programming techniques, concepts, and languages used with Notes and Domino, as well as the many new features of Domino 6
• Thoroughly examines the Notes and Domino role with Java, XML, Web services, and other IBM products and technologies
• Provides extensive code and examples, many geared to the needs of administrators
• High-profile authors, known to their audience through conferences and articles
• Companion Web site shows example applications from the book running on a live Domino server and provides code download
|Series:||Bible Series , #4|
|Product dimensions:||7.42(w) x 9.18(h) x 2.20(d)|
About the Author
Brian Benz is CEO of Benz Technologies, an IBM Business Partner that specializes in building software applications using the unique strengths of the Internet, Domino and XML. In addition to building applications for Notes since 1992 and the Web since 1995, Brian is a frequent presenter and industry conferences including Lotusphere, Advisor DevCons and VIEW seminars, and writes articles for Lotus Advisor, e-Pro magazine and others, as well as RedBooks for IBM.
Rocky Oliver a Lotus technologies veteran began his "Lotus geek" existence with Lotus Development in 1992. Since then he has led the development team of a large, national consultancy, opened a new branch for a startup, and started his own company. Rocky is a Technical Editor and writer for Lotus ADVISOR magazine. Rocky loves to share his knowledge and experience by speaking often at Lotus technology conventions including Lotusphere, IBM DeveloperWorks Live, and ADVISOR Devcon. He co-authored Teach Yourself LotusScript for Notes/Domino 4.6 (MIS Press, 1997).
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I had not done any programming within Lotus Notes/Domino since version 4. I found this book to be extremely helpful in catching up and exploiting the new features that are available.
By far and away the best (and almost the only) book around for Lotus Notes and Domino 6 application development. A lot of technical books (especially for Lotus Notes) seem to re-hash the same old stuff, often glossing over or completely ignoring complex topics. However this book has it all and it an absolute must for Lotus Notes and Domino developers.