And now, the Lotus team is doing their part by making their new Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.1 software available at no charge. Build collaborative, scalable, and security-rich apps for Lotus Notes and Domino with this Eclipse-based application development environment. (Find out more at the features and benefits page or listen to this new podcast.) Speaking of which, be sure to check out the newly updated 8.5.1 versions of Lotus Notes and Domino. Indeed, things are hopping in Lotus Land — stop by the Lotus zone to find out what’s new or to learn more about the entire Lotus product family. They’ve even put together a Top 10 Lotus resources list in celebration of developerWorks’ 10th birthday. Yeah, we’ve been making life easier for a while now.
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