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# Thursday, September 29, 2005

Since its foundation eight years ago, ASPAlliance has provided articles, reviews, and code snippets targeting ASP and ASP.NET developers. In response to the increasing popularity of .NET and its easing of all kinds of development, ASPAlliance is diversifying to provide content spanning the full range of .NET development, from web to Windows to other devices.

To better signify this change, ASPAlliance is rebranding itself as the Active Software Professional Alliance. We will keep the ASPAlliance moniker, but instead of that indicating a specialty in ASP and ASP.NET topics, it will serve to indicate a more comprehensive resource for software professionals, particularly those interested in Microsoft .NET and related technologies.

So if you've got a hankering to do some technical writing, improve your writing skills through our editorial process, share your knowledge, make a name for yourself, and, to top it all off, make some money, go to our Write for Us page, review our guidelines, and submit an article proposal.  We're looking for articles, book, tool, and component reviews, code snippets, and sample applications that are of interest to .NET developers.  I'd love to see some articles on WCF, WPF, LINQ, or anything you think is really cool and want others to know about. 

Keep in mind that the proposal should be a reflection of your writing skills, so ideally, it will be a thought-provoking summary of what you'd like to write about using your best English.  Take a look at our guidelines to get a better idea of what we're looking for.  I'm looking forward to seeing more great content on ASPAlliance.com, so start thinking and writing.

I'm also always looking for ways in which we can make the reader's experience better.  As noted previously, we have stopped using article paging, we've made many performance enhancements, we've dramatically enhanced and streamlined the editorial process, we've made article submission and compensation better, and now we've broadened our focus to get even more great and interesting content.  But we know we can still improve, so please, email me any suggestions that you have about what you'd like to see from a high-quality .NET developer community site.  Would you like to see forums?  Blogs?  Send me your ideas!

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