What’s New in the HCL Community #3  

By Hogne B. Pettersen | 11/29/19 8:17 AM | Business - News | Added by John Oldenburger

There’s so much going on within the HCL Technologies community right now, that I’m sure you are confused. It’s hard to keep up. Fortunately, you got me! Here’s the scoop. Did you know it was Notes’ birthday a few days ag0? The Notes client is 30 years old! That’s awesome. I don’t know many systems that have survived this long.

New Categories on Collaboration Today  

By OpenNTF | 11/21/19 2:27 PM | Business - News | Added by Oliver Busse

Collaboration Today, your daily news aggregator, has been updated. We adusted categories for all news around HCL Collaboration Solutions. We cover Notes and Domino, Connections, Leap, Sametime and DX as well.

Live from Tokyo – In Vienna  

By Milan Matejic | 11/21/19 1:39 PM | Business - News | Added by Oliver Busse

My employer, Axians ICT Austria GmbH, is sponsoring “HCL Tokyo Live Viewing Party” and hereby you are invited. In Addition to the Live Stream from Tokyo, the Agenda is stacked with sessions about HCL Digital Solutions software, which will be held by Axians and other event sponsors. We also have a special guest, Cornelius Granig, the author of “The Darknet”.

Options for the Future of the Domino Open Liberty Runtime  

By Jesse Gallagher | 11/19/19 12:22 AM | Business - News | Added by John Oldenburger

I've been thinking lately about what I can do with the Open Liberty Runtime project. If you're not familiar with it, the gist of it is that it gloms the Open Liberty Java/Jakarta EE app server onto Domino to allow deploying up-to-date WAR-based apps "to Domino", sharing the server's access to NSFs.

Quick-Tip Thursday: Avoid Future Base64 Trouble In Java  

By Jesse Gallagher | 11/14/19 8:37 AM | Business - News | Added by John Oldenburger

If you've been doing Java development for a while, you've likely run into a situation where you need to Base64-encode or -decode something. It's used commonly in MIME documents, data URIs, and various other areas typically related to data transfer. Unfortunately, using Base64 in Java was awkward for a long time.