Yesterday I gave my session “What is Node.js?” at ICON UK in Birmingham. If you attended and would like to see the slides, or were unable to make it to the event, here is a link to the slideshare:
This is my presentation from Icon UK on Thursday 13th September. There are lots of TCO features coming in Domino 10 that I’ve been working with and look forward to putting into production. In this presentation I cover things like cluster symmetry, pre send mail checking, deletion logs and the newrelic statistics reporting.
Say it with me….
28 days until the Domino 10 release.
In this 8th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at why understanding priorities and dependencies are an important part of planning an upgrade.
Next Up: Estimating Work Effort & Downtime
By Tim Davis – Director of Development
Last month, I presented a session at Collabsphere 2018 called ‘What is Node.js?’
Luckily my session was recorded and the video is now available on the YouTube Collabsphere channel.
The slides from this session are also available on slideshare.
If you are interested in learning about Node.js (especially with the npm integration coming up in Domino 10) then its worth a look.
Many thanks to Richard Moy and the Collabsphere team for putting on such a great show!
In the 7th of my Perfect10 webcasts I jump ahead to “What Can I Do In Advance” to talk about Beta testing. Beta versions of the v10 products are due this summer in a publicly available release so now is the time to start planning what you will do.
Next Up: Upgrade Priorities and Dependencies
In this 6th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at how to identify any performance issues in your Sametime, iNotes, Verse on Premises or Traveler environments prior to upgrade.
Next Up: Preparing for Beta Testing
In this 5th episode of my #Perfect10 webcast I look at how to identify any performance issues in your Domino environment prior to upgrade. Assuming most people will be doing an in place upgrade, we want to resolve or at minimum document any existing issues before starting