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Got my laptop back – Productivity tool time…
MarkyRoden    

So I got my freshly imaged laptop back after having contracted a virus/trojan last weekend…..and I am in the unenviable process of re-installing everything I use. So i figured I would document them, as much for myself as anything else…..so here we go

Lotus Notes

Designer 8.5.3 (standard is only 8.5.2 client)

  • Change homepage to workspace (old school)

OpenNTF extension library

OpenNTF jQuery extension

OSGI console plugin for client

Teamstudio configurator

General Productivity Tools

Google Chrome (Which synced all my installed plugins, bookmarks and skin – SO happy)

  • Google Calendar
  • Goo.gl URL shortener
  • Google reader
  • WordPress
  • TweetDeck

Dropbox (Store all my personal stuff)

Logitech Gaming Keyboard drivers (keyboard freak)

7-Zip (Better than windows Zip as it will handle files >2G)

Notepad++ (notepad on steriods)

Snagit 11 (Screen capture)

StrokeIt (mouse gestured)

PDFCreator (PDF printer)

Web Development Tools

FireFox (DUH)

  • Firebug (If I have to explain this, you really need to go look)
  • HTTPFox (HTTP Traffic sniffer)

 

Things to install later (when I need them)

Skype (chat)

Wireshark (Packet sniffer)

 

I will update later if anything else occurs to me but that seems to do it for now

All installed and up and running again within 60 minutes

 

 

 

 




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Opening an XPage in XPiNC and passing Query_String parameters
Tue, Sep 30th 2014 7:22p   Mark Roden
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MWLUG 2014 Slide Deck – Write once, run anywhere: Angular.js in XPages.
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