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Liking the Powerbuilder Developer Center “Subspace” within SAP

It may be of interest to some to “Follow” PB within the SAP Developer center. We currently have 130 followers which puts us in 8th place within the developer center. I think with a little effort we can overtake the 1st place “SAP Hana Developer Center” which only has 1126 followers. That might give us even more exposure to our other SAP developer brethren. If you’re not already following the PB Developer Center I would encourage you to do so. One way to get there is click on the “Developer Center” link at the top of the page. Click on the Subspaces tab page.

Locate the PB Developer Center tile. Move your mouse over it and the “setup gear” appears in the lower right corner. Click on the gear. I apologize if that’s not the right name for it.

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Click the back link to return.

Refresh the page to verify the number of followers has increased.

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It may seem cheesy to do but showing up on SAP’s radar in any kind of way is probably a good thing.

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      Author's profile photo Bruce Armstrong
      Bruce Armstrong

      Great idea.  For what it's worth, you can also do it directly from within the PowerBuilder Developer Center.  Just got to the center at:

      http://scn.sap.com/community/developer-center/powerbuilder

      And then click the "Follow" button that appears on the upper right corner of the page.

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      Author's profile photo Bruce Armstrong
      Bruce Armstrong

      We're up to 183, but still in 8th place.  Think I might need to send out another twitter note.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      An appropriate image would be nice instead of the plain white/gray box.

      Author's profile photo Bruce Armstrong
      Bruce Armstrong

      Yep.  Mark commented on that over at:  Thoughts regarding PB perception and community benefit.  I thought we had an image there at one point.  Given that only 2 of the 13 subspaces in the development center have images it may be a problem with SCN in general rather than isolated to the PBDC.