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Tipila – Encyclopedia For Programmers To Share Code Snippets And Tips
Jul03

Tipila – Encyclopedia For Programmers To Share Code Snippets And Tips

As a natural experimenter, developer Amila Gamlath wanted to create a site that would function as a tool for managing and sharing programming knowledge. These “tips” he thought, were the perfect way for developers to compile and share ideas that would help them in turn build better tools and products.   His website, Tipila.com is a resource for programmers. It’s easier and much more logical to use than simply reading forums...

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Mixy.tv Wants To Be Your Video Genius

Sometimes you want a startup to succeed because their product is simply too cool, and you can’t wait for it to make life easier. Sometimes you root for a company because the people behind the venture seem like genuine, hard working, kind souls that if given the right turn would affirm all the assumptions about a benign universe you’ve been carrying around in your head. And sometimes, as with Mixy.tv, the startup meets all the above...

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Dragbox.org – Share Your Code

Dragbox is one of the simplest ways for coders to share the work they’ve done with their colleagues. If you’re one, on this site you can have piece of code you’ve written shared simply by having the relevant files dragged and dropped into the provided container (it’s right on the homepage, taking up most of the screen). Upon doing so, a link will be created for the person you want to share your code with to...

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Grapevine-Project.info – Customize The News

Self-defined as a simple message aggregator, Grapevine can go through lots of different communication platforms and let you know what is trending there. Not only that, Grapevine can let you specify what topics interest you. This means that through this message aggregator you will learn about things which are said all over Internet, and that are relevant to who you are or what you do for a living. So, think of Grapevine as a more...

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RubyUserGroups.org – Find Ruby Groups Everywhere

Programming on your own is not just boring in the long run, it is also counterproductive. Any psychologist can tell you how interacting with others actually enriches your own knowledge and (most of all) your ability to solve problems. There should be at least one community site on the Internet for every single task or activity a person could undertake. And when it comes to Ruby, this site shows us that there are more than a handful of...

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