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Vince Schuurman
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Counting servers
Sun, May 24th 2015 5:14p   Vince Schuurman
Declan commented on David's blog post that was a response to an article on JSFCentral . Still with me? Anyway he claimed/joked? about the 30 servers needed for the application described on JSFCentral. That got me thinking, we migrated a pretty complicated application from Domino To JEE last year and of course the management thought that things would get a lot simpler/cheaper in the new environment. Well, if counting servers is an indication... Only listing servers for the SAAS website (so
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The View bids adieu
Tue, May 5th 2015 8:36p   Vince Schuurman
From my inbox: Vince,   It’s hard to believe that it has been 20 years since THE VIEW first arrived into an exciting Lotus market!  During that time we’ve had the pleasure of doing business with thousands of subscribers and attendees of our Admin and Developer conferences. Throughout the years, we worked to deliver trusted and valued information to help you do your job better. We remain humbled by the favorable response to our products over the years.    It's with a sad farewe




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