Friday, May 19, 2006

JavaOne: InfoQ

Floyd Marinescu, author of EJB Design Patterns and former TSS editor, just launched InfoQ, what I can best describe as a much needed refresh of TSS. InfoQ doesn't limit itself to Java, but you can filter the topics as you see fit. The TSS's broken RSS feeds and non-scalable thread UI has been a thorn in my side for some time, so I'm looking forward to the new stomping ground. Good luck, Floyd!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Bob! InfoQ is not my own project though, a number of other people have been involved in it, in particular Alexandru Popescu (WebWork, AspectWerkz) who managed the development of it.

I hope people will use and enjoy InfoQ, we've got tons of content lined up. For a good introduction lined up, read the launch announcement.


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Blogger Eugene Kuleshov said...

One thing about InfoQ I am not sure about is the customized feeds. Idea is not really new (I recall Mercator did that 5 years ago or something like that) and one of the drawbacks is that you can't do any feed ranking or matching. For instance, can't see how many people is subscribed to InfoQ feeds on Bloglines.

8:26 PM  

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