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InfoQ.com publishes its 1000th news post

| by Floyd Marinescu Follow 35 Followers on Feb 16, 2007. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |
InfoQ has this week published its 1000th news post; since the site launched just 8 months ago it has also published 90 in-depth technical articles, 4 original books, and a number of video interviews and presentations.  InfoQ's mission is to provide our readers with an educational place to track change and innovation in enterprise software development, and to contribute to the communities we are serving.  InfoQ has been creating a tremendous amount of new value for the enterprise software community with all of this content, and indeed the site readership has been growing steadily month on month with 90,000 unique visitors in January.  

However due to our newness, a lot of people still have not heard of the site.  If you like InfoQ, let your friends know about it. :)  For a summary of some of our best content, see our 2006 top news and content summary.

Thank you to all our readers for their support and to the editors for all the hard work! Thanks also to our founding sponsors Compuware, Symantec, Terracotta, BEA, Cassatt, Oracle and IBM DeveloperWorks.  

We hope to see you at the QCon conference in London next month.

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Congratulations by Máximo Castillo

Thank you to offer useful resources to the software community.
Maxi

Thanx by Alin Dreghiciu

Thank you all for a place that I can trust it will deliver to me the most important news, interviews and presentations. And for being a place where I will not be annoyed by useless announcements, commercials and interminable pointless comments.
We all know that place.
Dis I forget to mention the quality of the materials?

Congratulations! by Rod Johnson

Floyd,

Well done. I enjoy reading infoq, I like the level of depth in many of the news posts, and am sure you guys will have a great 2007!

Rgds
Rod

Video Tutorials and free books by Sandeep Khurana

The most interesting feature of this site has been the video tutorials/info and distribution of ebooks (free).
The only minus point is, as i want to see just java and SOA news, unclicking others does not work in office .
Otherwise UI look and feel is great and refreshing..

Congratulations by Gabriel Kastenbaum

Thanks for your great work! Infoq is now for me the most valuable source of informations. When I remember my last year "ah ah" moments, what comes to my mind at first place is the conferences of Joshua Bloch and Martin Folwer you provided.

Re: Video Tutorials and free books by Alex Popescu

Hi Sandeep!

Sorry to hear about your problem Can you please send us a bug report at bugs at infoq dot com and I'll make sure we will follow up.

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