Unveils Enhanced 'Hub' Site for Professional Developers

Posted on June 7, 1999

Fawcette Technical Publications (FTP) has unveiled a new design of The Development Exchange. The new website provides professional developers with access to an extensive resource of programming information, tools, and services by quickly directing them to targeted development areas within the site and across other Internet sites for professional developers.

"We've redesigned the site to better reflect the needs of the thousands of programming professionals who access looking for information they can't find elsewhere," said Jim Fawcette, president of FTP. "With 800,000 unique visits a month, is the largest, independent-audited site targeting the IT-Development community. Our audience is looking for high-quality technical information -- product information, peer discussion groups, code they can download, and product demos they can test drive."

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