Although it has been some time ago since I did this work, I’m still very much capable of developing Domino and Notes applications.
IBM Notes provides business collaboration functions, such as email, calendars, to-do lists, contacts management, teamrooms, discussion forums, file sharing, microblogging, instant messaging, blogs, and user directories. IBM Notes can also be used with other IBM Domino applications and databases. IBM Notes 9 Social Edition removed integration with the office software package IBM Lotus Symphony, which had been integrated with the IBM Lotus Notes client in versions 8.x.
Lotus Development Corporation originally developed “Lotus Notes” in 1989. IBM bought the Lotus Corporation in 1995 and it became known as the Lotus Development division of IBM. As of 2015 it forms part of the IBM Software and Systems Group under the name “IBM Collaboration Solutions”.
IBM Notes is a desktop workflow application, commonly used in corporate environments for email but can also be used to access databases such as document libraries and custom applications including workflows.
Since 2002 I’m a Principle Lotus Certified Professional (PCLP) and have many years of experience in both Application Development (AD) and System Administration (SA)
Most organisations where I worked for were large (Enterprise) organizations like:
- And many more….
IBM Notes and Domino are still the number 1 choice for places where collaboration is of importance. Think of matters like:
- Calendring & Scheduling.
- Replication (of Databases) over multiple branches).
- (Role based) security.
- And many more.