Programming Sites

Sl. No. Name Description Address
1. Code Project The Code Project is a website that contains articles for an audience of primarily Microsoft computer programmers. Articles can be related to general programming, GUI design, algorithms or collaboration. Most of the articles have been uploaded by visitors and have not been extracted from an external source. Nearly every article is accompanied with source code and examples which can be downloaded independently.
2. Planet Source code Check out the newest tutorials in each of the site's 11 different languages. Or if you want to dive right into the code, then click on any language on the right (under "Choose your Language"). In addition to code, each section is chock full of articles, tutorials, jobs and discussion too!
3. Programmers Heaven Resources for developers in C, C++, C#, .Net, Visual Basic, Java, Ruby, PHP, Perl, Python and more. Featuring forums, tens of thousands of resources, blogs, jobs and more!
4. Dr. Dobbs Dr. Dobb's Journal (DDJ) was a monthly journal published in the United States by CMP Technology. It covered topics aimed at computer programmers. DDJ was the first regular periodical focused on microcomputer software, rather than hardware. It is now a monthly section within the periodical InformationWeek called Dr. Dobb's Report and an online news site called Dr. Dobb's Portal.
5. C# Corner Site with lots of articles for C# coders.
6. VB Helper Visual Basic and Visual Basic .NET tips, tricks, tutorials, articles, newsletters, and more than 1600 example programs.
7. Stack Overflow is a programming Q & A site that's free. Free to ask questions, free to answer questions, free to read, free to index, built with plain old HTML, no fake rot13 text on the home page, no scammy google-cloaking tactics, no salespeople, no JavaScript windows dropping down in front of the answer asking for $12.95 to go away.
8. SourceForge.Net is the world's largest open source software development web site. We provide free services that help people build cool stuff and share it with a global audience.
9. jQuery The jQuery project is part of the Software Freedom Conservancy, a non-profit dedicated to providing a home for Open Source software.
10. W3Schools is a web developer's portal, with tutorials and references relating to web development subjects, including HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and SQL. W3Schools is free of charge, and is funded through text and display advertising. The tutorials and references on the website and the related code are proprietary. The site derives its name from the abbreviation for the World Wide Web; W3 is a numeronym of WWW.

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