How do you like our new look?
Before you answer that, bear in mind that our latest developerWorks redesign is not only inspired by you; much of it is actually created by you. See that list of "Popular topics" on the left? That's built dynamically based on the top search terms that bring users like you to our site. At the top of the "Popular downloads" column, we provide one suggested item for your consideration, followed by a list of the most popular downloads for the day. And how could we forget our bustling community? The "Community activity" column also offers a suggested item, followed by a log of the latest activity in the developerWorks community (generated in real time). Of course, many of you come to the site looking for the latest articles and tutorials: Check out that sleek new interface at the top of the page, which displays several of our most noteworthy features. Want to dig deeper? You can always explore all of the other resources on developerWorks by following the helpful links at the top and bottom of the page. As you can see, our home page is pretty dynamic these days, so don't be a stranger -- check back regularly to see what's going on.
So now what do you think? How about now?
Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team
This week's top features on developerWorks:
- Introduction to text manipulation on UNIX-based systems (AIX and UNIX)
- Moving a PHP application to DB2 from MySQL: Deploy your application (Information Management)
- Linux: An operating system and universal platform (Linux)
- Introducing Riak: The language-independent HTTP API (Open source)
- Use enterprise architecture to guide IT architecture deployment decisions (Rational)
- Use XSLT as a stylesheet for HTML (Web development)
- Create a simple Compute Grid parallel batch application (WebSphere)