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Wikis are community driven, built on a wiki engine designed to allow people to create and collaborate on content through a web browser. PegaWiki is part of the Prescriptive Implementations As A Service initiative.
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Wikis are community driven, built on a wiki engine designed to allow people to create and collaborate on content through a web browser. Pega Community Wiki is part of the Prescriptive Implementations As A Service initiative.
 
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<br>Get started by browsing the existing [[Browse_design_patterns|Design Patterns]] and exploring the [[Glossary|Glossary]]. If you have suggestions to revise the content please click the "Suggestion" option on the page to enter your feedback. 
 
<br>Get started by browsing the existing [[Browse_design_patterns|Design Patterns]] and exploring the [[Glossary|Glossary]]. If you have suggestions to revise the content please click the "Suggestion" option on the page to enter your feedback. 

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Welcome to Pega Community Wiki!

What is Pega Community Wiki?

Pega Community Wiki is a wiki approach to provide the Pega community with relevant, accurate and timely content to effectively and efficiently develop and implement Pega software solutions.

Wikis are community driven, built on a wiki engine designed to allow people to create and collaborate on content through a web browser. Pega Community Wiki is part of the Prescriptive Implementations As A Service initiative.

Get started by browsing the existing Design Patterns and exploring the Glossary. If you have suggestions to revise the content please click the "Suggestion" option on the page to enter your feedback. 

Pega Employees - Ready to roll up your sleeves and add new content? Click New Design Pattern and begin authoring. Need help getting started? Go to PegaWiki help.
Have a recommendation to improve an existing design pattern? Use the "Edit" option on the page and begin making changes (Don't forget to write a summary statement and save your work!).

Share your expertise!