Faye, Some thoughts: - Just about every major programming language (VB, C++, Java, C#), every major technology (VS.NET, eclipse, Rational), every major job role (programmer, business analyst, architect) and every major methodology (waterfall, scrum, XP/agile) already have their own sites, communities and bibles. Why is your site going to be any different? - You have given us no information whatsoever on (a) what languages (b) what technologies (c) what job roles (d) what methodologies and (e) what interests your target audience have. How do you expect us to provide you with any useful resources? Cheers Ken -- My IIS Blog: www.adOpenStatic.com/cs/blogs/ken Tech.Ed Boston 2006 See you there: Everything the web administrator needs to know about MOM 2005 : -----Original Message----- : From: thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org [mailto:thelist- : bounces at lists.evolt.org] On Behalf Of Faye Tarzwell : Sent: Wednesday, 19 April 2006 11:22 PM : To: thelist at lists.evolt.org; thelist at lists.evolt.org : Subject: Re: [thelist] What would you like to see in a resource site? : : : I know...I had the same thought myself... : I really don't understand why but I am new in this industry (banking) : so everything seems to be secretive and FYEO here.... : It will probably get to a point where the team will be asked for : feedback but I want to get a headstart by asking other developers and : programmers what they would like to see in the site... : Thanks for your sympathy though :) : : FayeC : : Why would you build a site like this without : consulting the very people who are going to use it? At this early : planning stage of the project (arguably the most important), they are : your most valuable source of guidance and direction.