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Volker likes Expeditor and Notes 8

Kevin had an engineer to engineer talk to Volker and now he likes the full Notes 8 client. In the comment threads there are some questions about what Expeditor actually is. At the IBM Software Universe in Mumbai I had to explain it to my audience. Here is my explanation:

Update: My English grammar sucks. Second paragraph reworded after vowe's comment.
Update 2: My take on the Microsoft architecture.

Posted by on 15 November 2006 | Comments (5) | categories: IBM Notes Lotus Notes


  1. posted by Stephan H. Wissel on Thursday 16 November 2006 AD:
    @Bruce: But the round rocks look better. And as long as nobody rocks the boat....
    In short: Notes rocks (and of course Rock's Notes rocks too).
    Emoticon smile.gif stw
  2. posted by Vince Schuurman on Thursday 16 November 2006 AD:
    Ah, so it's meant to develop rock-solid applications Emoticon tongue.gif
  3. posted by Volker Weber on Thursday 16 November 2006 AD:
    It was actually Kevin who explained it.
  4. posted by Wolfgang Fischer on Thursday 16 November 2006 AD:
    cool one - But there's enough space for a second "tower of babylon" for the server side and between the two towers the protocols. Like the World Trade Twin Towers or Petronas Towers.
  5. posted by Bruce on Thursday 16 November 2006 AD:

    Do I need to teach you how to make rock solid applications? Start by using some flatter rocks. Emoticon smile.gif