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SYS-CON Launches Chinese, Korean, and French Editions of MXDJ at MAX Conference

MXDJ's Studio 8 Focus Issue is Now Available in Multiple Languages to Macromedia Customers

SYS-CON Media launched the "flash paper" versions of its popular magazine MXDJ - Macromedia Developer's Journal's "Studio 8 Focus Issue"  today at the MAX Conference in California.

MXDJ's special issue was printed and distributed in French, Korean, Traditional Chinese, and Standard Chinese languages, in addition to its original English version.

As of today, MXDJ readers around the world can now access this issue in five different languages. SYS-CON is also ofering special subscription options to both MXDJ and CFDJ - ColdFusion Developer's Journal at their booth during the MAX Conference.

MXDJ readers can now  access the flash paper version of the magazine in all the languages mentioned above free of charge at MXDJ's Website.

Read MXDJ's "Studio 8" focus issue in English

Read MXDJ's "Studio 8" focus issue in French

Read MXDJ's "Studio 8" focus issue in Korean

Read MXDJ's "Studio 8" focus issue in Standard Chinese

Read MXDJ's "Studio 8" focus issue in Traditional Chinese

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