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Poll: What topics should Programming and Development cover in 2010?

TechRepublic wants to know what programming and development topics you want us to cover in 2010. Give us your feedback by answering these poll questions.

In TechRepublic's Programming and Development blog, we primarily look at the mainstream development environments (especially .NET), and occasionally delve into different languages, career advice, and other areas. We're interested in getting member feedback about the topics you want us to cover in this space.

As I mentioned in my 2009 meta post, we have made a lot of changes to this blog's content mix throughout the past 12 months. We introduced the regular news pieces and started these series: Reader responses, Code concepts, and Hands-on programming. We also cut back on the analysis content.

There has been a lot of change in a relatively short period of time, and we want to hear what type of content you find most useful and what type of content you find least useful.

J.Ja

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Justin James is the Lead Architect for Conigent.

6 comments
iswayn
iswayn

Cover PowerShell 2.0 and HTML coding...... thanks!

stephenjbird
stephenjbird

Parrallel Programming

Justin James
Justin James

I cover PP relatively often, but readers do not seem to care. They don't mark it with "thumbs up", they don't ask questions about it, they don't leave comments about it. Despite the fact that it is one of my favorite topics to learn about and one of my favorite parts of an application to work with, I suspect that I won't be covering it much in the future, due to lack of demand. :( J.Ja

Tony Hopkinson
Tony Hopkinson

A fun thing to do would be the sort of changes you'd have to make to standard business CRUD application to make it work in the cloud and the cost of those optimisations. From reducing the need for relational databases, to threading and parallelistion. Something the cloud fanatics seem to take as a given.

Justin James
Justin James

We are always interested in tweaking our content here, but especially so at this time of year as we get ready to move into the next year. What do you like best and least about P&D? What do you want to see added or removed, changed or left alone? Thanks, we really appreciate the feedback! J.Ja

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