Adé Nathan  

By Andrew Magerman | 4/14/21 11:13 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Nathan T. Freeman passed away on 12th April 2021. He was one of the gurus of the Notes/Domino developer community, very much at the cutting edge of technology and always pushing the boundaries of what was possible with our beloved Notes stack. An early adopter of XPages, he was one of the first to show that one could significantly improve the quality of the XPages applications by concentrating on pure Java Development (which was unfortunately hidden under the covers of XPages), and also one of the first ones to eschew it.

Remembering Nathan T. Freeman - Friday, April 16 at 1:00 PM EDT  

By OpenNTF | 4/13/21 10:29 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

We will host an open GoToMeeting for everyone in the Community to join and share their memories of Nathan, this coming Friday, from 1:00 - 2:00 PM EDT. You may use this link to join the meeting: https://www.gotomeet.me/howardtlcc/nathan

Thank you, Nathan!  

By Oliver Busse | 4/13/21 2:29 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Today we mourn for one of our members of the community (aka the Yellow bubble), Nathan T. Freeman. If you are working in the Notes/Domino area for some years you definitely came across this name. Nathan was one of the busiest developers for decades, always exploring the borders of Notes and Domino and way beyond.

Goodbye, Nathan  

By Jesse Gallagher | 4/13/21 1:29 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

It would be difficult to overstate Nathan T. Freeman's impact on the Domino community. I can only imagine he was similarly impactful in other parts of his life, but that's how I knew him. Back when I was first getting involved in Domino, he was one of the main people to follow. I'd read blogs and comments and know that with his name came something very much worth reading. His assertiveness came across clearly, but was immediately followed by the justification.

For Nathan T(eacher) Freeman  

By Patrick Kwinten | 4/12/21 2:29 PM | Business - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

Today I read the sad news that Nathan T Freeman is no longer among us. I was actually googling last week, curious what he was working on.

Goodbye Nathan  

By Paul Withers | 4/12/21 5:01 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Oliver Busse

Over the weekend we lost another long-standing member of the Domino community, Nathan T Freeman. Nathan was outgoing, often controversial, but passionate about open source and helping others. Everyone who met him will have stories about him. But I know he is one of the individuals I have to thank for being where I am today.

R.I.P. Nathan  

By OpenNTF | 4/12/21 3:44 AM | Business - Events / People | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

Today, we have lost our Co-Founder Nathan T. Freeman. Nathan was a fighter, an inspiration and a visionary. As one of the Founders of OpenNTF, he had a huge influence of how and what OpenNTF has become. Beside his contribution as a leader, he has also done the hard work of contributing code. Code that will be a part of his legacy to us. He had always a strong opinion and therefore also strong arguments. Disussions with him where always fun and intens at the same time.