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Will CLP be worth it 3-5 years down the road?

I am thinking about getting CLP certified, but I am wondering, will it be worth it three to five years down the road? IBM doesn't seem to be pushing Dominos and Notes and that's why I am wondering will it be around. Please answer my question.

I can't comment on IBM's plans for Lotus Notes and Domino, other than to say that they are one of the four pillars that make up the IBM software group and IBM has recently been pushing Domino's abilities in a groupware environment to their huge client base - many of whom are not currently Domino sites.

If IBM is successful in it's marketing then I can only see a growth environment for Domino, my own opinion is that there are so many (Large) organisations who have already implemented the product, as well as new roll-outs and migrations every day, Domino will be around for a long while yet.


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