Webmasterworld has worked in the field of forums since 1996. The design and functionality are a bit outdated. Nevertheless, the forum has collected an indispensable number of valuable materials for programmers and web admins. You can read about the life of Webmasterworld on Twitter @WebmasterWorld.
The site contains articles for developers who create Microsoft Windows applications. Users create the data and every post goes with the program’s source that can be downloaded. Besides, the platform includes a forum with ASP.NET, Linux Programming, Visual Basic, Artificial Intelligence, C/C+ discussion topics.
Hacker News has a specific basic information thread for beginners and many different themes related to development topics. You cannot only find examples of ready-made codes and solutions but non-standard approaches to typical issues – easy! The forum gives an idea of what is happening in marketing, design, development, design.
DZONE is a news aggregator for developers. The forum provides thousands of free source code examples. Many developers compare this resource with SitePoint and consider the platform a strong competitor to Reddit. The forum already has more than 2 million users, and the number of issues discussed regarding the IT sphere is quite impressive.
The forum positions itself as a friendly, industry-focused community of 1.20 million developers, IT pros, digital marketers, and technology enthusiasts learning and sharing knowledge. The site is designed with minimalist style: colors and fonts are suited to the suggested topics, such as Web Development, Mobile Development, Game Development, Databases, Computer Science. The community is oriented both for newcomers and professionals.
Today more than 500,000 developers from all over the world have a registration on the Dream-in-code forum. Experts and amateurs in development are required to provide qualified assistance to beginners and create a friendly atmosphere. The most active and debatable topics are C ++, C #, PHP, Visual Basic.
This forum from the nineties contains helpful information for real lovers of rarity. To find the dedicated theme, users need to enter the search page and write the question. Moreover, the feed is updated regularly, and the forum is still good for large developing communities.
Unreal Engine is a complete forum for anyone working with innovative technology. The site is dedicated to Epic Games company, the monster of game development. Users can find not only the code data but also the design, cinematic experiences console, mobile, VR, and AR topics. What are you waiting for?
The Q&A service to ask everything you wish. Quora ranks the users by the quality of their previous answers. The service also uses ML algorithms to classify the subject based on the history of issues and user responses. The site is quite popular in the dev community to get several specific answers to your question.
Stack Exchange is a network of question-and-answer websites in various fields. The first site of the network, Stack Overflow, was launched in 2008, and in 2010, several more sections and the Stack Exchange network were added. Sounds like the site for you?
Hashnode is a free developer blogging platform that allows you to publish articles on your domain and helps to stay connected with a global developer community. The platform is similar to any popular social network where you can comment, vote, share info and even donate on blogs or posts you like best.
Bentley Community is a classic forum for Software, Web, and Mobile devs. The choice of tech is comprehensive; users can find almost everything in the product lines or brands’ quick links. The functionality consists of how-to tips, Bentley product support, best practices, opinions, and advice from peers and Bentley subject matter experts.
The forum for C++ devs, newcomers, and professionals. There is a “What’s New?” section to read news, an “All Tutorials” section, and other sections where you can find literature and valuable sources. Older formulas contain information that is difficult to find in newer ones. Like making a WC utility on the command line or helping on a program card game. What’s not to like?
This is a popular international portal and blogging site. The primary function of the site is to blog on devs topics and read the blogs of your friends. But users can also listen to podcasts, share links, books, and other helpful information. The site doesn’t limit topics – you can create one that interests you. The service is a bit like a Twitter feed, but instead of memes, there are topics relevant to the world of development.
Freecodecamp is a nonprofit organization that helps people learn to code for free through thousands of videos, articles, interactive coding lessons, and thousands of freeCodeCamp study groups worldwide. More than 2 million users are already involved, and the number of issues discussed regarding the IT sphere is quite impressive.