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Snipt.org – A Twitpic For Source Code

Snipt is a new Twitter-related service that in places is reminiscent of Twitpic. You see, this new solution makes for sharing snippets of code among programmers. Through it, any such individual can upload source code and generate a short URL link for sharing it. So far, more than a hundred programming languages are supported. These include C ++, Python, and a long etcetera. A really nice feature is that the code you send is colored...

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Snipt.net – A Long Term Memory For Coders

Memorizing is a hard task, no matter who you are or what your occupation is. You would be forgiven for thinking that programmers and coders have a memory that can retain virtually anything appertaining to their occupation. But this is not necessarily true, as any of them could attest. People forget things no matter who they are, and – in most cases – they forget these things that matter the most. This web-based resource is there to...

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