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29 Sep 2008 Unified search theory
Use our new search engine to find everything on the CodeGear websites
John Kaster Article
3 Jun 2008 Submitting Wiki content on the Developer Network
We have added two popular Wiki formats for easy content submission on the Developer Network
John Kaster Article
25 Feb 2007 Automatic Syntax Highlighting in GetPublished
GetPublished now supports automatic syntax highlighting of source code in your articles
Yorai Aminov Article
8 Feb 2007 Navigating through the CodeGear Developer Network
Read about the CodeGear Developer Network navigation menus, article lists, and article pages, and see some of the latest features we’ve been adding to the site.
Yorai Aminov Contributed Article
12 May 2006 What’s New in GetPublished
Read about the new features in GetPublished, BDN’s content management interface
Yorai Aminov Article

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