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.
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.
DZone, Inc. today named Matt Tormollen, an accomplished Raleigh-Durham based technology leader, as its new Chief Executive Officer. He succeeds Rick Ross, who retired in December, 2017. Matt will be based at DZone’s headquarters in Cary and started his new role on April 16, 2018.
Cary, NC – Aug. 19, 2016 – DZone, The Knowledge Sharing Company, is excited to announce that it has been listed on the prestigious Inc. 5000 for the third consecutive year. On the 2016 Inc. 5000 list, DZone reached its highest ranking yet at #1662, rising from #1856 in 2015 and #3167 in 2014.
We're excited to announce DZone Software’s latest release of our product, AnswerHub, version 1.6.5! AnswerHub’s newest release focuses on improved search and performance, and we've delivered dozens of customer requested features that make our product the top choice for enterprise and on-premise use. Some new features are highlighted below, but take a look at our full changelog for all improvements, bug fixes, security fixes, and added features.
We’re committed to making our customers happy. Our customer success team and software developers work around the clock to ensure each community is running properly and all needs are met.
Inc. magazine ranked DZone No. 3167 on its 33rd annual Inc. 500|5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies.
Earlier this month, the Internet experienced an event unlike anything else we’ve seen in its short history. A vulnerability in one of the core parts of handling secure traffic on the web (OpenSSL) was discovered. In fact, it turned out it had been present in all versions of OpenSSL for the last 2 or 3 years. Dubbed Heartbleed, this bug has the ability to allow someone outside your organization to acquire the private key that pairs with your SSL certificate.
Over the past several weeks our engineering team has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on our first major update release for AnswerHub. The changelog is pretty extensive, so here we’ve highlighted some of the major new features and enhancements.
We’re at the Internet Summit 2013 in Raleigh, NC this week to talk with attendees about the value of knowledge management and the best ways to capture and leverage organizational knowledge. There’s an amazing group of speakers this year that includes: