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by Volker Weber

Somebody looking for work:

So far, I completed fifteen Notes mail to Exchange/Office 365. Eight using Binary Tree's CMTe and seven using the Quest/Dell's Migrator for Notes to Exchange.

That is quite impressive. However, if I may dispense a piece of advice: that works is eventually going away. Build new skills. MEAN?

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From an Administrators pov the MEAN stack does not look very compelling (but that's just me). Totally different if you are a developer of course.

Henning Heinz, 2016-12-06

Henning is correct, you are suggesting that an administrator move into the development world. They won't like it and probably don't have the skills to have a smooth transition. I would suggest they look at both virtualization and containerization as paths forward.

John Head, 2016-12-06

I second this. As sysadmin with some odd developer experience I see a lot of requests for talented people with strong Azure or AWS skills in combination with a DevOps mindset and a passion for continuous delivery solutions on production level in the wild.

But if this person want to follow the developer path - especially with Javascript - I suggest reading this book mentioned here: https://twitter.com/thepracticaldev/status/715623065078644738

Richard Kaufmann, 2016-12-06

Of course as IBMer I would recommend, don't be mean, but CLEAN.

CouchDB
Loopback
Express
Angular
Node

Niklas has details: http://heidloff.net/article/introducing-clean-stack-javascript-everywhere

Stephan H. Wissel, 2016-12-06

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