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Vote for my topic: Inherting Notes applications

Notes applications often get transferred between generations of developers. The session sheds a light on practices what you can do on the receiving end of such a transfer. Armed with insight and tools you can get on top of any historic application understanding what it does and how to improve it. Topics covered: Gathering evidence, assessing complexity, planning improvements, quick wins with your users.

Posted by on 12 September 2008 | Comments (1) | categories: Lotusphere


  1. posted by Nigel Choh on Friday 12 September 2008 AD:
    Having supported a lot of apps developed by other developers, I find your topic very intriguing. It would certainly be very helpful to have some kind of framework or tool to analyse what has been done before.

    I see that you have "quick wins with your users" which is a good change management technique. My experience however is that application owners play a huge part in whether an application gets enhanced or fixed over time.