By RickRamsey-Oracle on Mar 25, 2015
The New to Solaris Development Forum brought over from Sun Microsystems is still pretty active. It used to live in the Oracle Solaris space, but we just moved it under the Application Development in C, C++, and Fortran space.
We did this for two reasons:
- To create a dedicated space for systems developers.
- To reflect the fact Oracle Solaris Studio is an IDE for Oracle Linux as well as Oracle Solaris applications.
If you haven't been on the Forums in a while, you might not know about the changes we've made to them. Quite a few, actually.
1. It's not longer called forums.oracle.com.
It's called community.oracle.com, and looks like this:
To participate, you'll need to log in and create a profile. The system will assign you a ID such as User7877777. You can be a lout and keep that ID, or you can change it to something magnificent, like TomTheMagnificent. I hope you choose to be magnificent.
2. It's Not Just Discussions Any More
We are posting technical articles, video interviews, and other content on the Community Platform. Over time, the Community Platform and the web pages for the Oracle Technology Network will merge and become one. You can see some of that happening already:
This will take time, and we'll proceed slowly. I'll post lots and lots of blogs about the changes so you can keep track. And be sure to let me know what you think. If I can address any of your concerns by providing more information or altering our design a bit, I will.
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