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ACM Queue is a monthly magazine written by practitioners for practitioners. Deviating from the solutions-oriented approach of covering emerging technologies, its editorial content instead focuses on the problems and their impact on the IT environment. Queue's readers rely on Queue for its insightful and useful commentary each month on the technology matters that affect them, both today and in the future.
Conference Guru - We track hundreds of technology conferences around the world to help our Members find the right conferences…to get in front of the right people…at the right price.
DailyTechRag is a free, easy to read, daily email service that brings you the latest IT news, trends and tech industry gossip. Learn why over 18,500 IT professionals receive DailyTechRag for a complete update on the technology industry and hottest IT trends.
DevtownStation.com, maintains one of the best Developer Conference and Educational Event Calendars. DevtownStation provides marketing assistance to companies looking to communicate with qualified IT communities for educational events. If you are running an IT educational event check out the site and post your upcoming conferences, webinars, road shows, or training courses, free of charge.
Dr. Dobb's is recognized worldwide as the leading resource for the professional software development community. With an award-winning monthly publication (Dr. Dobb's Journal), world-wide technical events and conferences (Dr. Dobb's Events) and one of the web's most comprehensive sites (Dr. Dobb's Portal), Dr. Dobb's attracts the industry's most authoritative audience of professional developers, architects and managers and provides marketing partners highly actionable integrated marketing solutions to reach the software development buying team.
The Oregon Section of the IEEE, a professional organization, provides and applies useful and timely information and technical programs for its members and industry. With over 370,000 members in over 160 countries, IEEE is the world's leading association dedicated to the advancement of technology in service to humanity.
Established in 1994, Linux Journal is the original monthly publication of the global Linux community, covering topics critical to intelligent implementation of the Linux operating system. Linux Journal is published by SSC Publishing, the leading Linux and Open Source authority, which has published reference materials in these fields since 1983.
In Linux Pro Magazine, you'll find the tools, tutorials, reviews, and concrete technical discussions you'll need to unlock the secrets of Linux - and not just from the server side. Linux Pro Magazine delivers solutions for real users with Linux on real desktops.
Methods & Tools is a free e-newsletter providing practical knowledge for software development professionals. It gives software development ideas more than one page to express themselves and covers all aspects of software engineering: project management and planning, analysis, design, testing, architecture, configuration management, process improvement, peopleware, methodologies...
mixi.jp, started in 2004, is one of the hottest and the largest SNS in Japan. Our blogs, online communities, music and video information, provide key data to our 10M active users. The only listed company providing SNS in the world, mixi, Inc receives over 400M page views a day.
Powell's Books has been an independent bookseller since 1971. Powell's serves the Portland, Oregon, area with four general bookstores and two specialty stores. Its flagship store takes up an entire city block, offering 68,000 sq. feet of used, new, rare, and out-of-print books. Online since 1994, Powells.com offers the combined inventory of its six retail locations and five warehouses - approximately four million books in all. The site features exclusive author interviews and essays, as well as a stable of internationally respected book reviewers and content partners. Forbes magazine crowned the site a Forbes Favorite, applauding its huge selection of new, used and rare books, all swathed in smart content.
R&D.CNews is the largest analytical online publication in Russia providing up-to-date information about science and innovations, including geospatial, GIS and GNSS technologies. R&D.CNews is part of RBC (www.rbc.ru) and its department CNews, a daily online publication on IT in Russia. The average monthly attendance on the site is over 1,500,000 visitors. R&D.CNews includes a special section published in English about worldwide and Russian IT industry and technology innovations http://eng.cnews.ru .
Launched in April 2007, SoftwareDeveloper.com covers software tools and techniques for software development. It features articles, source code, and in-depth research and reports to help software developers make informed decisions about the technology they buy and use. Written by developers for developers, it has quickly become a well-respected source for practical, hands-on guidance.
TechTracker Media helps IT companies effectively market their products to a targeted audience on premium technology web sites. With over 20 million technology users every month, TechTracker Media provides unequaled exposure. Available channels include IT professionals, developers, creative professionals, IT managers and influential, tech savvy consumers.
The Register started life as a daily news operation on the web in May 1998. On the first day, 300 readers visited; in 2007 more than 4.7 million unique readers visit the site every month. The Registers’ blend of breaking news, strong personalities – and its accessible online execution – has made it one of the most popular, authorities on the IT industry. With an international team of journalists and columnists, The Register reports on the IT industry from the inside out – covering everything from enterprise software, to chip developments.
TVLinux educates and promotes the use of Open Source Software and Linux. TVLinux, is now in its fourth season broadcasting programs on Portland cable TV, and is expanding to reach a broader audience via Internet web casting. Our new format will include the latest OSF/Linux news via RSS feeds, and a community forum to share ideas and ideals.
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ActionScript.it is an O'Reilly and Adobe User Group involved with the development of web aplications, mobile applications and accessibility. The ActionScript.it website features a forum section, a guide section, a blog written in english, some tutorials and it offers free support to the Italian developer community.
Augitaly is the website dedicated to one of the most active Italian user groups in the field of Adobe-related software. The website has a special permanent section called FlexGala (www.augitaly.com/flexgala) dedicated to the diffusion and exchange of knowledge and experiences in the use of Adobe Flex and in the world of the Rich Internet Applications in general. The editorial effort behind this site is strong and targeted at presenting not only conventional articles but also innovative contents in the form of video tutorials and live presentations over Adobe Connect.
LinuxQuestions.org is a free, friendly and active Linux Community with over 180,000 members and over 1,7000,000 posts. Founded in 2000 LQ offers forums, reviews, a Linux hardware compatibility list, a Linux knowledge base in wiki format, Linux tutorials, a free Linux download site, a Linux podcast, a Linux radio show and more. LQ has forums for everything from Linux Newbies to Linux in the Enterprise and has over 20 officially recognized Linux distribution forums.
Linuxsurf.com is a central place for the linux community to share information about Linux.
USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. For over 30 years, it has been the leading community for engineers, system administrators, scientists, and technicians working on the cutting edge of the computing world. USENIX conferences are the essential meeting grounds for the presentation and discussion of technical advances in all aspects of computing systems.