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Discussion in 'Programming' started by scootermaster, Apr 13, 2012.
Or is it pretty much just stack overflow?
CodeProject.com and archives of CodeGuru for Windows, plus Google for Windows and everything else.
Usually for work-related questions it's faster to find an existing answer than to ask a new question and wait for replies.
GameDev.net for anything related to game programming.
This. It's pretty much just Google for me nowadays. If I can't find the answer Googling then chances are I'll just have to figure it out myself.
Yeah so true. Forums are good for basic question but in my little experience as soon as you need to do something half advanced you are on your own.
Stackoverflow was a great solution to the problem of forums, but I also find that the community is showing cargo cult behaviour and quite a lot of snobbery about what questions and answers are acceptable. Still its the best solution I have seen so far, but its not somewhere I go to hang out and chat.
Yep. I posted there a lot in the early days, but it quickly became annoying and I pretty much avoid posting there anymore. And I don't use any of the stack exchange sites at all.
That dreamincode site looks pretty good. For windows assembly I like the forums at masm32.com and asmcommunity.net
If it is Java related I go to Java Ranch (www.javaranch.com)