Your choice of programming communities (know as discussion boards, forums, bulletin boards, etc,.) will often determine the pace of your progression in your particular language that you’re learning. I don’t think there is an answer as to why, but real-time communities provide a one of a kind learning experience.
The problem lies into the fact that there is a vast choice of programming communities out there, and one out of five webmasters feel confident enough to start their own communities; which never lead to anything good. It creates the delusion that this new community is going to be better than the last one, supposedly because it is a new community,…
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