following up on torcampdemocamp number 7. “No Regrets” was crowded. but being able to order beer and food made it bearable, The “offical” DemoCamp lists the batting order, and links. David made his happy return, the only – apparent – Continue reading DemoCamp 7: post action report
(Nope, not mine) The Global and Mail has started (and is hosting) a blog by Toronto based startup AmbientVector under their small business section under the title 90 Days in the Life of a Start-up. Maple leaf 2.0 calls it Continue reading 90 Days in the Life of a Toronto Start-up
Kevin Pettitt aka Lotus Guru has written up a SnTT note on “Standardized and Simple-to-Use Keyword Formulas” where the structured dblookup is computed for you to use in your code. A nice application of the structured dblookup. Given that all Continue reading Computed and Structured Dblookup in Keyword Formulas to reduce simple mistakes.
Finally a new blog entry and another Show-n-Tell+Thursday. (also tagged : sntt Sometimes there is a easier and more powerful way to do the process, but you’re just blind to thinking of it. The “Evaluate” function in lotusScript is one Continue reading Using LotusScript Evaluate to save lots and lots of work
TorCampDemoCamp #7 with be on the 4th of July (DemoCamp strikes Back?) … (rather than June 27) at No Regrets in the Liberty Village with a Special Guest Appearance by Perl 6 guru Damian Conway (which suggets the lanuage war Continue reading TorCampDemoCamp 7.0 : Tuesday, July 4th, 2006