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Welcome, e-ProWire Lotus Developer Tips readers!

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Today was the initial publication of the new e-ProWire Lotus Developer Tips newsletter sent to you by e-Pro Publications.  I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to be the technical editor for that newsletter, and now I just have to create material that you'll find interesting once a month...  :-)  

Feel free to interact with me, and let me know what you'd like to hear more of or see covered.  This newsletter is meant to be something that will help you in your day-to-day activities working with Lotus technologies, and the more you talk, the better it will be.

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Gravatar Image1 - Congrats Tom. Say, will Team TSG be presenting at Advisor Devcon coming up in Vegas?

Gravatar Image2 - Sorry... no Team-TSG show there this year (although that would have been a lot of fun). I don't think either of us thought about submitting an abstract for that (ignorance of their process), and by the time it came up, it was too late.

Maybe next year...

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