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Dev Direct January News Round Up

Dev Direct January News Round Up

http://www.devdirect.com/content/new.../dev200501.htm

Dev Direct provides an authoritative and up-to-date catalog of 1000's
of developer tools and software components. The products that we list
can help you to reduce delivery times, improve quality and cut costs.

We are dedicated to mapping the entire market for developer products to
ensure that you get the best tools for the job, every time. Our online
directory enables you to quickly and accurately find the right products
for your projects, and buy them, direct from the publisher.

http://www.devdirect.com
The developer's tool and component marketplace

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