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What language should I move to?

I really thought that this would be a simple question. The answer is obviously Java. We have Java skills from using XPages so it just makes sense to answer this question with Java… Except then you look at the java

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You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone

A lot has changed since I last wrote a blog post. One of the biggest changes career-wise has been a decision by the company I work for to move away from IBM Domino and switch to a different platform for

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Getting To The Java Roots of XPages – Part 14

Adding additional methods to an existing class by extending it is not the only thing that you can do with Extends. You can also override existing methods in the extended class. In our StaffInfo class the getInternetAddress will return a

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Getting To The Java Roots of XPages – Part 13

In todays part I’m going to talk about Extending a class in Java. The concept is very simple, There is an existing class that does 90% of what you need it to do but your application needs some extra functionality

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Getting To The Java Roots of XPages – Part 12

So following on from the last part I now have two packages in the scary.java.demo package, StaffInfo and AboutMe. Both of these classes do pretty much the exact same thing, AboutMe goes to the nab and gets your information while

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Getting To The Java Roots of XPages – Part 11

So far I’ve been dealing with a very simple class which just gets the current users information from the NAB, While this is useful wouldn’t it be better if I could get this info for any staff member? To do

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Getting To The Java Roots of XPages – Part 10

If I wanted to add some more methods to my class to get additional details it could be as easy as duplicating the code I already have and end up with something like this for each method. public String getMyIFirstName()

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