Consider it a hundred-year makeover.
IBM's 100th anniversary year is under way, and developerWorks is celebrating the milestone with a brand new look and feel -- changes that are more than just cosmetic: You'll find improved navigation elements on nearly every page that make it a cinch to find your way around all of our community and technical resources. From our new masthead, you can register for -- or sign in to -- the developerWorks community. Once you're in, you can easily access your personalized dashboard from the masthead megamenu, where you'll find shortcuts to your profile, personalized community homepage, and more (plus, it's just fun to say "masthead megamenu"). Scroll down to our expansive new footer and you'll see a wealth of options for navigating the site, along with social networking links that enable you to easily share developerWorks pages on other networks, and follow developerWorks on Facebook or Twitter.
Other improvements include a simplified home page, an improved Events page ... heck, I can't do it all justice in this space. So take a few minutes to get acquainted with our new layout. And of course, feel free to tell us we look darn good for our age.
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Cloud computing service models: Learn the key concepts (Cloud computing)
- Migrate a database from MySQL to IBM Informix Innovator-C Edition (Information Management)
- Java web services: Understanding and modeling WSDL 1.1 (Java technology)
- Manage resources on overcommitted KVM hosts (Linux)
- Cook up web sites fast with CakePHP: Getting started (Open source)
- Create great graphics with the HTML5 canvas (Web development)
- New WebSphere Developer Technical Journal (WebSphere)
- Developing Drupal publications to support standards-based XML (XML)