Posted by Chris Maunder
Wednesday, May 31, 2000 7:00pm
Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes?
Even though it sometimes looks like CodeProject has paused for a day or two to catch its breath, we are still here, night and day, churning out script and editing ASP until we reach a point where we have trouble reading the morning newspaper becuase it does not contain a valid HTML doc type header.
What's been happening
We have upgraded the Code Project Message Boards in the main Discussion Forums and in the article and feature discussion areas. If you have any suggestions for improvements then throw them our way! The source code for the forums will be released next week, and we have some cool ideas to make viewing discussions on the site even easier.
The self-posting submission wizard has been updated. Previewing your articles is now easier, and the long awaited question "How do I edit my article" has been answered with the introduction of article editing and deleting scripts. If you do delete your article it is still available temporarily for recovery.
The Jobs board is up. Suggestions on improvements always welcome.
A list of Industry contacts has been added, and is in it's beta (well, alpha) form. This will change significantly soon, but at the moment we admit it's a little on the slim side.
And finally, we have started the first Code Project Tutorial Drive. It's focused on MFC at the moment, but all SDK, XML, WTL, SOAP etc tutorials are eagerly welcomed. We only started with MFC in the hope that it would solicit a quick response.