SYS-CON Media Launches MX Developer’s Journal

SYS-CON Media launched the brand new MX Developer’s Journal (or MXDJ) today in conjunction with the Macromedia MX 2004 product launch. MXDJ is a resource dedicated to developers who use multiple MX products like Macromedia Flash, Flash Pro, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, FreeHand, ColdFusion and Director. Apparently it is to be distributed to 2 million Macromedia MX developers. Check out the announcement on SYS-CON’s site.

How many Developer Journal fans are there out there, and which ones do you like?

9 Responses to SYS-CON Media Launches MX Developer’s Journal

  1. The journals are great, light reading. I like the XML Journal, Java Journal and ColdFusion Journals (now the mx journal).However they are only light reading and really expensive. It takes me about 10 minutes to read each one. The ColdFusion journal gets really boring, because of the oft times lack of interesting articles.The ColdFusion journal IMO caters to the FNGY. 😉

  2. _ says:

    Well, that’s why there’s that archive page. Figure out the password (really though:) and read for free.

  3. Well anon, it’s not the same. You can’t, well um read it in your favorite location if you now what I mean. 😉

  4. JesterXL says:

    10 minutes!? Dude, more fiber…

  5. There’s a similar magazine in Germany called MX Magazine:

  6. Going on ten years programming and development, I learned to be a speed reader! :p

  7. Tarantor says:

    I have this news ~2 month ago in my blog.Is that a new one?Philip, “MX Magazin DE” need more power for server side technologies. It is like a designer magazin. 🙂

  8. brian says:

    I read CFDJ mostly b/c I get it for free. I can’t say I learn much from it; its kinda like zoning out on good TV. 🙂