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Why you should control your own URL shortening service
Tue, Jun 23rd 2015 20
Another reminder to back up your computer regularly
Sun, Jun 21st 2015 14
IBM is a platinum sponsor of the new node.js foundation
Thu, Jun 18th 2015 12
Contrast makes a difference: making bootstrap badges “pop”
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 12
SocialBizUg – Member of the month – Developing Lotus Notes since 1979
Mon, Jun 15th 2015 24
This is the best part of what I do – sharing ideas.
Sun, Jun 14th 2015 22
Fixing the XPages R9 dojo define.amd problem once and for all
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 13
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SocialBizUg – Member of the month – Developing Lotus Notes since 1979
Mon, Jun 15th 2015 24
This is the best part of what I do – sharing ideas.
Sun, Jun 14th 2015 22
Why you should control your own URL shortening service
Tue, Jun 23rd 2015 20
WebSockets comes to XPages!! Awesome – Awesome – Awesome
Tue, May 20th 2014 15
Angular.js in XPages #7 – Writing better code using Services
Sun, Aug 3rd 2014 15
Integrating the Bluemix Watson Translation service into an XPages application
Sun, Oct 19th 2014 14
One way to make a responsive XPages viewPanel
Tue, Nov 11th 2014 14
Another reminder to back up your computer regularly
Sun, Jun 21st 2015 14
Getting into IBM Bluemix….this could be interesting
Wed, Oct 8th 2014 13
Fixing the XPages R9 dojo define.amd problem once and for all
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 13




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Why you should control your own URL shortening service
Tue, Jun 23rd 2015 9:42p   Mark Roden
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Another reminder to back up your computer regularly
Sun, Jun 21st 2015 9:39p   Mark Roden
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IBM is a platinum sponsor of the new node.js foundation
Thu, Jun 18th 2015 2:39p   Mark Roden
Take a look at the video from Angel Diaz IBM VP Cloud it is only 90 seconds – IBM’s now big behind Node.js Angel also wrote this article on node explaining is some more detail about the foundation and IBM’s involvement http://www.thoughtsoncloud.com/2015/06/node-js-embarks-on-open-governance-journey/ IBM are a platinum sponsor of the new node.js foundation.  
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Contrast makes a difference: making bootstrap badges “pop”
Wed, Jun 17th 2015 9:34p   Mark Roden
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SocialBizUg – Member of the month – Developing Lotus Notes since 1979
Mon, Jun 15th 2015 5:32p   Mark Roden
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This is the best part of what I do – sharing ideas.
Sun, Jun 14th 2015 9:22p   Mark Roden
Thanks to David Leedy for taking this at ConnectED in Orlando 2015 – check out the link at the bottom – what you can do with Google Photo is pretty cool apparently. I was wondering around between sessions and someone came up and started asking me about Angular in XPages (which was the presentation I […]
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Fixing the XPages R9 dojo define.amd problem once and for all
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 9:43p   Mark Roden
Last week I blogged about the fact that select2 v4 used define.amd and because of that dojo screws up the jQuery plugin. This has been a significant issue – not hard to deal with but comes up all the time for XPages eedevelopers. In the blog post comments Ferry Kranenburg posted a link to a solution he uses […]
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Select2 v4 needs AMD fixing in Domino R9 XPages
Tue, Jun 2nd 2015 9:56p   Mark Roden
As we have seen in the past AMD (Asynchronous Module Definition) in Dojo causes issues with jQuery plugins and other JavaScript libraries, in that it prevents them from loading correctly. The select2 version4 – new release contains AMD checking code https://github.com/select2/select2/blob/master/dist/js/select2.js As you can see from the start So we have two choices – edit […]
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Guru Guidance: IBM Bluemix — Taking Your Skills to the Cloud
Tue, Jun 2nd 2015 11:53a   Mark Roden
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Who? Me? SocialBizUg Clippings guru Guidance
Sun, May 17th 2015 7:11p   Mark Roden
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