This site is developed and maintained by me, Julian Robichaux. I currently work as a programmer at panagenda, doing some very interesting work with Java and Eclipse. I've been a Lotus Notes developer since the mid-1990's, and I occasionally write code and utilities to help me with my job (or just because I think it would be cool). I eventually got to a point where I thought it would be a good idea to post some of this stuff on the web and share it with others.

Feel free to send me an e-mail if you want to. I'm terrible at corresponding with people, and I may not reply for days, weeks, or months, but if you want to try then I'm sure I'd enjoy hearing from you. Keep in mind that I'm not a help desk, though, so if you send me a message asking how to perform some task in Notes, you may not get a reply at all. Try (or whatever it's called now) if you want that kind of help.

By the way, for those non-Lotus Notes people out there, a Notes database has an extension of .NSF -- hence the name "nsftools" for this website. Tools for .NSF databases...get it?

Thanks for visiting.