7 Websites every programmer should visit

7 Websites every programmer should visit

We all have our daily routine of waking up, checking our phone, social media and email and heading to work. But what is your regular go-to websites for tech news in the morning and during the day?  These websites are merely ones that I’ve grown to love over the years and visit ritually.

1. Project Euler

Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve.

2. Geeklist

A place for geeks to share what they’ve done, who they did it with and connect with great companies.

3. TechCrunch

For over TechCrunch provides the best tech coverage around and even has a daily tech report video every day called The Crunch Report which is a great tech roundup as to the latest news-worthy events for the day.

4. Reddit

Reddit always has the latest news on your topic of choice. Always great stuff and always the latest news.

5. Python Challenge

The site is running for almost 10 years and thousands of people tried to solve the riddles using Python.

6. Stack Overflow

Ask and answers a question about any programming languages.

7. HighScalability.com

Every once in a while, a site comes along that allows you to peek behind the curtain and see what the wizards are running for a high-powered website. This site is HighScalability.com. They post on a weekly basis and provide a number of case studies for what all of the big boys are running in their web stack.

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Rahul Mane is CEO and founder of “Tech Sarcasm”. He has very deep interest in technology. His passion, dedication and hard work make him stand apart from the crowd.

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