IBM developerWorks turns ten
If you are a serious web developer then this will really suit you. IBM developerWorks a website started for web developers and Information Technology Professionals to enhance their knowledge on latest trends on open standards, improve development skills, solve problems and collaborate with their peers is celebrating its 10th birthday.
Brief History of IBM
IBM which began as merger of three companies in the 1890s and 1937 that is—the Tabulating Machine Company, the International Time Recording Company and the Computing Scale Company of America—creating the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) on June 16, 1911. CTR is the precursor to IBM.
IBM is a leader of innovation and technology and a prototype for the newly emergent multinational corporation and over the last ten years they have continually raised the bar for delivering valuable information on open standards technologies and IBM products.
In April, IBM radically transformed My developerWorks, bringing developers new ways to network, learn from each other, and work together. With our many changes and improvements, one thing remains the same—developerWorks is still a Web site by developers for developers.
Join in on the 10th birthday celebrations where you will find:
- Interviews with IT visionaries including Steve Mills, Gina Poole, and Dirk Nicol talking on 10 years of progress and their look ahead to the future.
- developerWorks editors top ten articles over the ten years
- Read birthday wishes from other developerWorks users like yourself
- Information on what you didn’t know about IBM developerWorks and blogs about the 10th anniversary
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