Domino with the new improved X


My name is Dr. Mark Roden and I have been developing Domino applications since 1997.

I have a Ph. D in Chemistry and to this day the most I had ever used it for is teaching a science class for my elementary school kids. My years at school taught me how to drink think and solve problems. Solving problems is a great way to learn and improve.

The first synthesis, isolation and X-ray structure of a phosphonium phosphide, (Ph3PMe)+{[C6H2(CF3)3-2,4,6]2P}−

Teaching and sharing of information is critical to the success of any culture, including software development. The more we learn the better we are, it is a life long experience to cherish.

Many years ago I did a professional personality test and I was determined to have a “Visionary” personality. I am the kind of person who solves the problems, comes up with the solutions and then moves on to the next challenge. That doesn’t mean that I can’t do a project from start to finish, it just means that I get the biggest kick personally and my greatest contribution to a team environment is up front in a project.

But a Vision is not something which ends once development begins. The customers requirements and vision for the project translate into a vision for the application interface, a vision for the architecture, a vision for the documentation and a vision for the help and support. These things come together over the length and breadth of the project.

My Vision for this blog is to become not only another recourse which users will come to read examples and find answers to their problems, but I want it to become a place where other people also post their ideas. If this is useful to you please share you ideas, thoughts, modifications and improvements so that the next person reading the article will be more educated, more inspired and from that we all benefit.



Notes In 9:
050 Improving the Type Ahead Control
074: Getting started with jQuery Plugins in XPages
069 Dynamically expanding View Panel Rows


Taking Notes: 157, 171,  172, 176


I grant any reader the right to use my code which I publish on this blog in their application (personal, commercial or otherwise), on the understanding that you do not claim it as your own and give credit where credit is due.

Creative Commons License
This work by Mark Roden is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Based on work at www.xomino.com.

All code samples and downloads are copyright Mark D Roden and licensed under Apache License 2.0.


The opinions expressed on this blog are my own and do not reflect on my employer or anyone else unless I specifically state as such. If you are bold enough to follow any of my rambling/babbling/buffoonery you do at your own risk and don’t blame me if I told you to do something stupid and you did.

– Remember! You are responsible for your own actions –

4 Responses to “About”

  1. […] my copyright statement on the about page if you are in any doubt. I specifically state you can reuse my CODE, I do not say you can reuse all […]

  2. […] nach sehr schön zeigen, was man mit dem JVM-Plugin machen kann. Diese Beispiele stammen von Dr. Mark Roden, einem Chemiker, der seine Leidenschaft im Webdesign gefunden hat und ein ziemlich umfangreiches […]

  3. Florin said

    Hello Mark,

    I would like to talk more with you, but I can’t find your email address or skype.


  4. Rahul Shinde said

    Hi Mark,

    I would like to talk more with you, but I can’t find your email address or skype.


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