IBM launches a new Social Network for Developers
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"As a member of the My developerWorks community, you
have an online persona, or profile, that describes you: your roles,
skills, and interests, as well as your contact information. You can
add as many details as you like to personalize your profile and
update it whenever you like. You can also control the personal
information that your peers can see about you.
"Your public profile initially includes your first name, last
name, and screen name (now called your display name), which you
create when you register and use to sign in. You can use the
rich-text fields to customize and expand your profile with photos
and links to other Web content, as shown in Figure 3, as well as
add tags to it, at any time.
"Others in the My developerWorks community can view your profile
to learn about you, just as you can view others' profiles. It's
easy to find other members of the community who share your
interests or are solving the same problems you're working on,
because you can search profiles in many ways, such as by name and
by the tags you assign to your profile."