New developer community site
New developer community site
Wednesday, 04 May 2011

A new global website for professional developers launches today with several platform-oriented sections designed to suit differing requirements.

 

devtoolcafe, the online marketplace for developer tools and software components, has launched a global community website for professional developers. The heart of the site is an extensive product directory and wrapped around that is an information layer covering reviews, case studies, tips and tricks, and how to articles.

 

devtoolcafe is one website split into 10 micro sites - .NET Winforms, ASP.NET, WPF, Silverlight, .NET MVC, Java, ActiveX, C++ and Delphi.

If you are a .NET specialist wanting to research grid components or a Java guru looking to share your knowledge on file upload components then this site is designed to suit you equally. 

According to devcafetool founder, Jim Parsons:

"Our goal is to provide professional developers with the most complete view of the commercial components available today. What makes us different is that we are focusing solely on the commercial products and the wealth of information surrounding these comes directly from the users in the community, the ones who have real-world expertise in using these products"

More Infromation: 

www.devtoolscafe.com

 

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