Time once again to open up the trophy case.
Of course, we at developerWorks feel honored and energized whenever we get to make an addition to our growing list of accolades. But last week's announcement that we've won a Forrester Groundswell Award has special meaning for us: These awards are presented to companies that exhibit excellence in the effective use of social technologies -- which is yet another sign that My developerWorks is the community resource for IT professionals. In truth, we kinda already knew that; after all, the network now boasts more than a half million profiles, with thousands of you taking advantage of the blogs, forums, groups, and other resources every day. (Haven't joined yet? Set up your profile today!)
Naturally, we're excited by the news, and we will continue working to keep you coming back to developerWorks. But for the moment, we just need to figure out who has the key to that case.
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Optimizing AIX 7 memory performance: Memory overview and tuning memory parameters (AIX and UNIX)
- Electronic health records and third-party application databases (Industries)
- Java web services: Understanding WS-Policy (Java technology)
- Virtual networking in Linux (Linux)
- Open source hardware: How and why it works (Open source)
- Connecting from Groovy to CICS using the CICS Transaction Gateway (WebSphere)
- Create walk-through and acceptance scripts with single-sourced DITA (XML)