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  1. While I mostly maintain Notes databases, and occasionally do new ones, I still love LotusScript.

    It gets the job done, like it has for the past (close to) 20 years. I don't see any reason whatsoever to switch to something else when writing Notes (Client) applications.

    Of course, when doing Domino development, for browser clients, I use JavaScript in the front end. Tried XPages, but found it's not my cup of tea.

    My advice: as long as you feel comfortable with any language, stick with it. Don't switch because 'they' tell you you have to. Basic is just another language, no religion!

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