Wednesday, September 10, 2008
This is something I've been seeing over the past few weeks: the questions and answers on Hacker News and programming.reddit.com are getting more interesting. The kind of Q&A I mean are questions and requests for advice by some of the users of those sites - asking for the opinions of those communities on various topics - mostly related to software, startups, good ways to learn about different areas of technology, etc.
For example, some of the recent threads I've seen there are discussions on how to learn functional programming languages, assembly language, electronics, etc. - a fairly diverse range of technology topics - and many of the answers seemed quite useful.
Check it out if that interests you - just browse some of the past and current pages of those two sites, and visit them now and then in the future ... and of course you can post your own questions and answers too.
programming.reddit.com also has a feature called subreddits, where anyone can create a subreddit of their own on some topic. I'm not sure how much used those are, though.
Vasudev Ram - Dancing Bison Enterprises.
Posted by Vasudev Ram at 4:01 AM