Over the past 12 months Red Pill Now has continue to explore new and exciting ways in which we can exploit the potential of Graph Databases. The unique characteristics of Graph databases combined with REST APIs and the awesomeness that comes from Web Components and Material Design (via Polymer) is allowing us to transform Notes
Next week I will be in Austin, TX at MWLUG 2016. Red Pill Now is a platinum sponsor again this year, and I am fortunate to have been accepted to present a two-hour workshop on the GraphNSF technology from the OpenNTF Domino API. I've been working on the GraphNSF implementation for over 3 years now.
Red Pill Now has the distinct pleasure of being a Platinum sponsor for this year's MWLUG, being held in Austin, TX on August 17-19. We are also very excited that members of the Red Pill Now team have been invited to deliver a total of five sessions at this event. While IBM seems to have
At Dreamforce 2015 Salesforce.com and Microsoft came together to announce a number of initiatives to integrate their products and services. This included a demonstration of SalesForce data being integrated into the Office Graph and then surfaced via Delve. Salesforce Integration with Office Graph and Office Delve: Enabled by the Office Graph, an open ecosystem for
At last week's Build conference in San Francisco we saw Microsoft create a vision of how it sees Modern Application Development . And I have to say it was a pretty compelling story. I have been critical of Microsoft in the past. I have long felt Microsoft trapped organizations into using a closed proprietary stack
At this week's ConnectED conference Nathan Freeman gave a quick four minute presentation about the new implementation of graph databases inside NSFs now available via the OpenNTF Domino API. This is an integral part of redpill Now and we are very happy that we can share this amazing capability to other members of