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Notes Code and sponsors announce MWLUG iPad Winner

Contragulationsto Jo-Ann Mazliach!!!!!!  She won the iPad from Notes Code.  And Keith Wiwel won a Lotusphere backpack filled with awesome booth goodies.   A special thank you for the sponsors: http://www.rprwyatt.com http://www.andersontechs.com http://www.quipim.com...

Lotusphere 2012 backpack winners announced

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS!!! Tracy Vinz Duane Stenberg Kevin Riley Dan Daley Scott Brown We look forward to seeing your pictures with your backpack and “goodies”.

BLUG news – iPad “3” winner

Congratulations to Ronny from AGFA. He is the winner of a brand new iPad (3rd generation). Thank you to the sponsors of the iPad drawing: Notes Code Ontime Suite opus neo RPR Wyatt Anderson Technical Services

MAC PACK winner announced

Notes Code’s famous Mac Pack prize at Lotusphere was again a hit.   Even last year’s winner wanted to enter again (imagine that).    The winner can chose a Mac Pack (Mac Airbook, iPad, and Apple TV)  or a family pack of iPads (three...

Call for Recipes- Notes Code CookBook for Lotusphere

We have a few pages available for the Notes community to submit their favorite recipes for the Notes Code cookbook that we will distribute at Lotusphere.   Submit recipes to staff@notescode.com for the following categories (Deadline is December 23rd):...

Lotusphere 2011 Backpack Winners

Were sorry that everyone can’t win a Lotusphere backpack stuffed with all of the fun toys, shirts and gizmos from Lotusphere.   Better luck to you at Lotusphere 2012.   Here are pictures from some of the winners:

Trip to Lotusphere 2011 Winner Announced

Congratulations to Scott Cooper of The Sheridan Group.   He is the winner of the Trip to Lotusphere!  This will be his first trip to Lotusphere. Scott has 25 years of experience in managing and integrating computer technology; 21 years experience working...

Are you wasting money on hardware upgrades?

 by Joe Sharmer As my company’s lead Notes/Domino engineer, I am responsible for reviewing all global hardware requests for new Domino servers and upgrades.  I recently received a request for new hardware from one of our Notes administrators and I...

The Quest for Single Sign On

By Rob Axelrod I’ve been in the technology business for almost 20 years now as an employee of both big and small companies, and as a consultant in almost every type of organization imaginable. One thing that has been a constant across the years and...

How is your Nagle treating you?

  written by Joe Sharmer One of the things I’ve found is that sometimes the obvious is not always the best.  The Nagle TPCIP algorithm basically takes a bunch of smaller TCP packets and then sends them all at once, in theory reducing network overhead...
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