AppleStudentDevelopers.org is now up and running, and open to the public. ASD is a Web site dedicated to Apple developers, and aims to build a solid community based around the Mac platform. The site features forums, chats, and tutorials and is designed as an interactive experience relying on QuickTime and Flash for presentations. According to ASD:
Today AppleStudentDevelopers.org (ASD), a new web community for young developers of the Mac platform, opened its doors to the public.
ASD supports a relaxed, informative, developer-centric atmosphere through Web forums, weekly chats, feature articles, tutorials, and a student life section. The siteis creators hope to break the mold of traditional developer sites by delivering a media rich experience using interactive media such as QuickTime and Flash to explain programming concepts.
You can find more information about the new developers site at AppleStudentDevelopers.org.