I look out for sites and blogs that are a bit "different" with probing, in-depth discussions of theory and principle plus well thought out tips, techniques and working examples.
Here are two such blogs that I'd recommend to you:
The first such blog for today is IdoNotes (and sleep) by Chris Miller. He does Notes, he says, and in St Charles, Missouri ... and he has a Google Maps link to prove it. Lotusphere presentations and all sorts of other goodies, find there you will.
The second blog is that of Chris Doig and it too has some thought-provoking topics, such as:
- When is a name not a name? - placing user names in name fields in an application, and the trouble you can get into if you don't do this.
- Thoughts on Managing In-House Software Development Projects - running successful projects in as short a time as possible, using as few resources as possible.
- Using Version Numbers to Manage Database Designs - For any given Notes database, how you do know which version of the design is in production?
Incidentally, the last item about database version numbers reminds me to point out a highly relevant IBM developerWorks article: Create your own Lotus Notes template storage database with revision history - Keep track of your Lotus Notes/Domino database templates with the handy Template Warehouse. This article describes how to create the Template Warehouse, and includes a complete working example you can use at your own site.