I've been meaning to post about this since Cal Evans talked about the dzone site on the Zend Developer Zone. Whereas dzone already has the participation of developers in languages other than PHP and is looking for PHP developers I'm in somewhat of the opposite situation.
Firstly some background. Bumpzee is a site where people with similar interests can congregate in communities to share blog posts, 'bump' them up digg-style, comment, start discussions and generally network with other people sharing their interests. I joined the site a little while ago when there were only about 4 communities established. Since then the site developers have been working hard to make the site better to the point where users are now able to establish their own communities.
There wasn't anywhere to share my interest in programming and so I set up a new community. I've not really been involved with any language but PHP for over a year now and even then it was a relatively obscure language in academia which isn't that well know for active blogging so the community has a distinct PHP bias at the moment.
To fully live up to the name I'm looking to more fairly represent a variety of different languages and interests. As such, if you regularly blog about programming, or even if you don't but want to read some of the best posts as voted for by the community, then head on over to the programming community on bumpzee.