Overview

As veteran developers with a grounding on the venerable Notes and Domino platform, who better to realise the best way to migrate your data? There is a world outside the NSF and we understand that your data needs to be accessible, secure (to call us obsessive about that would be an understatement) and genuinely useful.

We have experience of many development platforms including .NET, Java, PHP (Zend, Wordpress, etc.), AngularJS, node.js and more.

If you need to move your existing Domino application, enhance it or bring it bang up-to-date, then come and talk to us at LDC Via.

Integration

We’re not zealots and we know that you just want to get your systems to work; we try our very hardest to make our applications open and flexible using best-of-breed technologies and approaches.

Support

Support is key. It’s pointless having a service that you can’t get help with and we’re here to make sure that everything is working well for you. This extends to comprehensive documentation.

Experience

We each have at least twenty years’ experience in IT, and all of us have a grounding in the IBM (née Lotus) Domino world: which is why LDC Via offers the optimal route when migrating applications data from your Domino infrastructure.

Ben Poole

Ben Poole

Ben works with various technologies such as HTML, node.js, Java, PHP and C#. He’s worked for a Big Four accounting firm, a global insurer, an investment bank and Auntie (the BBC) amongst many others. When not coding, Ben tries to stay in charge of various hounds big and small, together with three sons—although all are bigger than him (the boys, not the hounds: that would be silly).

Julian Woodward

Julian Woodward

Julian has wrestled with, and subdued, programming tools from Assembler and C through Clipper, VB and IBM Notes to Java, C#, and .NET. Much of his time these days is spent creating web and installable applications using IBM and Microsoft products. When not coding, he likes to play tennis, table tennis, Aunt Sally (look it up), and to read novels. His role model is Felonius Gru.

Mark Myers

Mark Myers

Mark has been fixing major code, collaboration, infrastructure and security issues in companies large and small for over twenty-five years. Able to genuinely hit the ground running. Mark can act as consultant in either the development or support areas of a project, and makes for an excellent intermediary between the business and IT departments.

Matt White

Matt White

Matt is terrified to admit that he has been developing enterprise software since 1995. Much of that time has been spent working with Notes and Domino, but he’s also managed to get quite involved with Java and node.js. He does a lot of mobile web development, mainly as an excuse to feed his addiction for buying the latest and greatest new phones and tablets and not feel too guilty.

Whilst only formed in 2014, LDC Via existed as “The London Developer Co-op” before that, for some seven years.

LDC Via Ltd. is a company registered in England and Wales (company number 09209489), and its registered office address is 24 Ivymount Road, London, SE27 0NB.