DevDirective came from the realization that 99% of the sites that host developer articles are terrible. Plastered in ads, articles are spread out across 5-10 pages to maximize their impressions, and for the most part articles are un-edited, incorrect, and quickly out of date. When StackOverflow launched it created a better way to ask questions and get answers about programmer related topics. StackOverflow obsoleted developer forums for thousands of developers - there was no reason to trudge through the hard to navigate, ad plastered, and often incorrect forum sites. The goal of DevDirective is to do the exact same thing to the terrible article sites that are still out there. A secondary goal is to help give great writers who are writing on individual blogs a place to get a larger readership than they can get on their blog. So the question is how do we do it? What makes DevDirective different from the other article sites out there? Why not pay us a visit to find out?