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A guided tour of the Lotus Notes Domino blogosphere

Discover a handful of the best Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web that consistently deliver helpful tips for Domino administrators and developers.

Lotus Notes Domino IT professionals are part of a tight-knit community, and the Domino blogosphere is at the heart of their interaction. But navigating the dozens of Domino blogs can be confusing for the uninitiated. Here, I've listed a handful of my favorite Lotus Notes Domino blogs that consistently deliver helpful technical information and loads of personality.

Updated hourly, is a convenient aggregation of many of the Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web. Rather than having to visit or RSS subscribe to multiple Domino sites individually, you can get them all in one convenient place here.

Chris Miller has always been one of my favorite speakers at Lotus Notes Domino events like The VIEW's Admin conferences and IBM's Lotusphere. The thoughts and musings he shares on his "IdoNotes" blog are equally entertaining and educational. You'll find Chris' reviews on different products and releases, access to all of his podcasts, as well as downloads of his popular presentations from Lotus Notes Domino speaking engagements.
See why Jake Howlett's blog won him the distinction of Best Lotus Blogger by for 2008. Jake's blog is abound with surveys, technical tips and interesting blog posts. But the most valuable aspect, in my opinion, is the downloadable sample applications available in the CodeStore sandbox.

Bruce Elgort's blog
Bruce Elgort is a co-founder of and also the creator of the recently launched You can learn a little more about the man behind these two excellent sites by checking out his personal blog, and get access to his increasingly well-known and informative weekly Taking Notes podcast series.

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Domino Guru
Chris Toohey -- a.k.a. Domino Guru -- offers loads of technical tips, examples, downloads and sample databases on his Lotus Notes Domino blog. Chris has been publishing his own articles and response to users' feedback since 2002 as a way to build on his Notes Domino development skills and also to quench his insatiable thirst for wanting to help people with their development issues.

Julian Robichaux's blog
Julian Robichaux's blog is a must-have for Lotus Notes Domino developers. You'll find tons of helpful code snippets, helpful screenshots, and funny pictures.
Take a look at Ulrich Krause's blog if you're interested in all the latest and greatest things related to Lotus. Recent blog posts focus on Lotus Notes 8.0.1, with important posts on Lotus Traveler and BES v.4.1.5.

Wild Bill's blog
A finalist for's best Lotus blogger in 2008, Bill Buchan brings 12 years of Lotus Notes Domino expertise to his blog, which is updated weekly. Bill is a frequent speaker at Lotusphere, a Dual PCLP and has been working with Lotus Notes Domino since version 3. If you're looking for helpful advice with a good dose of humor, this is the blog to bookmark and add to your RSS feed.

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