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Portal and portlet developement forum

Mehdi Chaouachi
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Joined: Jul 02, 2003
Posts: 87
Why dont we have a forum for Portlets and Portal, it is a happening topic nowadays and there are so many people developping ofr commercial and opensource protal.
Sure I would love to have a place where i can find portlet developement specific info and help.

Please advise administrators.

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Mehdi Chaouachi<p>Sun Certified Java Programer (1.4)<br />Sun Certified Web Component Developer (1.4).<br />Sun Certified Mobile Application Developer.
Sean Newby
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Michael Ernest
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