Ubuntu Philosophy of Programming

As a budding programmer, I wanted a list of places to go where I can identify viable sources for finding answers to my programming questions.  One of my development professors provided me with the following resources.  He said:

Probably one of the most essential parts of learning to program or code is finding a community to help when you get stuck. Eventually, you should begin to give back to this forum. As part of this class, you need to find a community in which to participate. While it’s possible to post your questions in many forums, that usually makes you less likely to get an answer. Also, make sure you find out what sort of etiquette is expected in each community. In general, if you don’t make an effort to search for the answer to your problem in the archives, people will call you on it and will be less likely to help.

The following are a few forums that I tend to participate in.  Find the one that fits your own needs.

WebDeveloper.com
Stackoverflow.com
GoogleGroups
CodingForums!
ActionScript.org
CoronaSKD

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About bryantanner

I'm obsessed with learning via the appropriate technology. My professional mission is to effectively deliver instruction to learners in a way that yields the greatest results for all stakeholders involved.
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