In the last weeks I found myself completely immersed in a new site in a way that didn’t happen to me in a very long time. And the site is about… development, computer languages, bugs, hints, programming. Wow.
This site is stackoverflow.com – I am one of the very lucky beta tester, and I cannot be happier: the site is interesting, addicting, you learn a lot of things and you can ask for help to an audience of experts.
The thing comes from a couple of very interesting guys: Jeff Atwood and Joel Spolsky. This is in itself a guarantee of high-level content, and it’s true. If you’re curious, go here and browse a little, and listen to the podcasts.
In just few days I solved a couple of problems of mine, but the very interesting thing is what I learned, and what I decided to study, because of some answers I read, that stimulated my own curiosity. Down below you can have a look to the very last answers posted since 10 minutes ago.
A boost. A site in which you can learn and share your learning with other people. A place to go when google search didn’t bring you to the solution.
A place in which I’m wasting a huge lot of time… :-)