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Over the past day or two, we have been deploying a number of new subforums designed to give more exposure to certain technologies and provide quieter palces for members to discuss and ask questions about these technologies. You will also notice that some of these categories link to subforums in other categories. Below are the list of changes:

We have added a new .NET Framework forum which contains subforums for various .NET Technologies:
-C# (links to main C# forum)
-ASP.NET (links to main ASP.NET forum)
-VB.NET (links to main VB.NET forum)
-WPF
-Silverlight
-XNA
-Mono
-CLI C++
-Windows Phone

In the C++ Forum:
-CLI C++ (links to the CLI C++ subforum in the .NET forum)
-Objective-C

In the Java Forum:
-Gridworld: For the College Board GridWorld API

In the C# Forum:
-Removed WPF & Silverlight. These have been split into two separate sub-forums within the new .NET forum.

In the ASP.NET Forum:
-WebForms
-MVC

Perl and Python have been split into Separate Forums. Perl is now located as a sub-forum within the Other Languages forum.

In the Databases Forum:
-MS-SQL
-MySQL
-Oracle
-MS-Access

In the Game Programming Forum:
-The XNA subforum has been moved to the new .NET forum with a link remaining.

In the Mobile Development Forum:
-Android
-Windows Phone (which links to the subforum in the .NET forum)


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Martyr2 Icon

23 September 2010 - 09:59 AM
Good call with the splitting of the database group into each database type. I was going to suggest some type of mechanism for them to specify the database they are working with since many questions are really database specific but they don't remember to tell you which database they are using. :)
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gregwhitworth Icon

23 September 2010 - 10:11 AM

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Good call with the splitting of the database group into each database type. I was going to suggest some type of mechanism for them to specify the database they are working with since many questions are really database specific but they don't remember to tell you which database they are using.


Agreed.
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guahguahmonster Icon

24 September 2010 - 12:35 AM
I'm glad to see Python and Perl are split up. I always thought it was weird how they were grouped together kind of randomly...
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