What topic(s) are most interesting to you as a reader of Software by Rob?

It’s house-cleaning time. I need your feedback to help sharpen the focus of Software by Rob.

(Update: poll has been closed, see results below).

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5 comments ↓

#1 Justin Etheredge on 10.25.07 at 9:36 am

It is nice to see when people poll their user community to find out what they really want to hear. While the information may end up skewed because of the much larger community of developers than their is development managers, it appears that much of your audience is managers. (Oh so it seems from your current poll results) Anyways, keep up the good work!

#2 ReTox on 10.25.07 at 1:57 pm

Rob, all topics are great. After reading first few posts, I’ve added your RSS to my blog reader immediately. Just keep writing, all is great!

#3 Brandi on 10.25.07 at 3:28 pm

I find all of your topics interesting! As a software engineering student, it helps keep me on top the things that I need to stay “in the know”. And the wide range of topics make me feel supported, because I don’t know all of the 3 letter words yet.

Keep up the good work!

#4 susan on 10.25.07 at 5:13 pm

a variety is always good, I can read what I want, and skip want isnt of interest. Programmer ‘culture’ is of interest to me, since I am not programming at the moment, I seem to be entertained by hearing about it. Good writing is always an interesting read, so whatever the topic, keep the flair and art of making any subject fun.

#5 Ganjam on 10.28.07 at 10:44 pm

Hey Rob, Everything that you write is simply brilliant. Keep up the good work.

I would like to read your perspective on web 2.0 and what it means to a developer/techie.