I think it's worth mentioning that the MDM Workbench blog is just one of the resources available, and it's been great to see discussions in the MDM Workbench forum continue to thrive. Another place worth visiting is the new workbench FAQ, which already has answers to a range of questions that have come up on the forum.
A good place to find these and many other resources is the MDM Developers group.
So, back to the blog. What have you found interesting or useful? Are there any particular workbench topics you would like to read about? Do you have any preference for the type of post, e.g. quick tips, news, short articles, etc. If you know an area of the workbench well, would you be interested in being a guest author?
To get you thinking, here are some example posts which seem to have been popular so far:
- Iain's guide to testing generated web services using JUnit
- A tip for adding related elements to UML diagrams
- Jay's news of workbench sessions at IOD
- Matt's short article on securing generated user interface applications
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