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This week I added weblogs to Artima.com. Find out what Artima Weblogs have to offer.
This week I added weblogs to Artima.com. I was in part inspired by oreillynet.com, which has about 80 webloggers, mostly O'Reilly authors. I plan to build a community of elite webloggers on Artima.com who post on software-related issues of interest to Artima.com readers. Although anyone will be able to read Artima Weblogs posts, to actually be a weblogger at Artima.com you have to be invited. To start with we have five webloggers. More webloggers will be added in the coming weeks and months.
1. Summaries of the posts of all webloggers appear in the main Artima Weblogs page:
2. All posts also appear in the main Artima Weblogs RSS feed:
3. Each individual weblogger gets a page showing the summaries for all of their posts, as in:
4. Each individual weblogger gets their very own RSS feed, as in:
5. Weblog posts themselves look a lot like Artima.com articles, complete with a title, by line, publication date, and About the Blogger. For example, this page:
6. Each weblog post is accompanied by a discussion forum topic in the Weblogs Forums, so readers can respond to and discuss the posts. For example:
|Bill Venners is president of Artima, Inc., publisher of Artima Developer (www.artima.com). He is author of the book, Inside the Java Virtual Machine, a programmer-oriented survey of the Java platform's architecture and internals. His popular columns in JavaWorld magazine covered Java internals, object-oriented design, and Jini. Active in the Jini Community since its inception, Bill led the Jini Community's ServiceUI project, whose ServiceUI API became the de facto standard way to associate user interfaces to Jini services. Bill is also the lead developer and designer of ScalaTest, an open source testing tool for Scala and Java developers, and coauthor with Martin Odersky and Lex Spoon of the book, Programming in Scala.|