RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – DZone, an emerging entrepreneurial company that provides a growing variety of content for software programmers and web designers and under the direction of a new CEO, will relocate its headquarters to RTP from Cary.
In its basic form, knowledge management is about converting available raw data into digestible information. That information is then placed in a reusable repository for the benefit of any future need based on similar kinds of experiences. Knowledge management contributes to the streamlining of ideas, solved problems, new projects and product deployment driving towards productivity.
If you knew creating and sustaining engagement in your online community took just 5 minutes a day, wouldn’t you do it?
A community is only as strong as it's contributors. Whether you're at the top when it comes to user engagement, or you're at the bottom struggling to excite your users to participate, here are 13 tips to help you improve engagement and foster a mentality of sharing.
Ideation, in terms of community, can be a useful tool on several fronts. It can motivate employees helping them feel appreciated when others vote for their ideas. It can also be used to increase engagement, ensuring your developers stay in your community and continue to grow. Most importantly, it can be the driver of your product development as your community suggests new uses and features they would like to see.
There are countless free and inexpensive options if someone is looking for a Q&A solution for their teams. Heck, the founder of AnswerHub is the same person who developed OSQA (open source Q&A). Why did he revisit the solution and turn it into a paid solution then? The answer isn’t just that he wanted to make money (although that’s always nice).
A developer community generally defined is a group of developers gathered in a place to achieve a common goal. Thanks for reading!
AnswerHub’s story begins in the mid 90s when the founder of DZone, Rick Ross, recognized the need for developer communication and also saw an opportunity to solve this need using the internet, a new tool at the time. He set up a community site called Javalobby for developer-focused news and information where anyone could come for free and get information.