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PSDN has become quite a success. The traffic is continuous (kind of like Boston highways) and the site contains lots of useful information. The forums are mainly active, although there are a few that could use a little more activity.
But a few of us in Progress felt like we were missing that last bit of content. A place where we could blatantly editorialize on our thoughts around software and application development. Don't worry, this won't be an advertisement for Progress products. It will, however, be a place where we can express our views on what is right and what is wrong in the world of software and application development, and you can challenge us or agree.
So feel free to weigh in with your comments. We'll always keep the comments section open and we hope to pick up on some lively discussions around software, technology, methodology, and the industry. Stay tuned.
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