Share 10 foreign technology communities I often visit, really benefited!
Posted Jun 15, 2020 • 4 min read
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Frequently, small friends ask:"Xiaofu, are there any foreign technical communities and blogs to recommend?" Someone always asks, I simply share the 10 foreign technical communities that I often visit. If you want to play with these resources, you must have a good foreign language level, or find a good translation tool, otherwise...
However, don't blindly worship foreign technology. In fact, if you look around, there are a few foreign communities that are good. Domestic technology communities like
Sinuo are also excellent. When you are envious of the scenery outside, you do not know that others are envious of you.
Teach people to fish
dev community is very similar to the domestic
nuggets community, and there are more technical classifications, such as
distributed, etc. The quality of the articles is generally not bad. In fact, if It is not difficult to notice that there are some articles on the Nuggets that are translated from the
However, here is still a wave of rainbow farts, regardless of interface layout or article quality, I prefer the Nuggets, a rare high-quality technical community.
stackoverflow is a question and answer technology community that is similar to the domestic knowledge, but the difference is that the stackoverflow is more vertical to the technology, unlike the knowledge that the content is more complicated.
Simple programmer, there are not many pure technical articles on this website, and there are many guide articles. Tell some "unspoken rules" in some workplaces and software development.
tutorialspoint website provides many courses, technical articles, and some very useful tools, such as:
base64 conversion tool, etc.
It also provides online coding tools in multiple languages, such as:
html model adaptation, preview of Java code running results, etc., which are very practical.
sitepoint is a technical website that is biased towards the front end and mobile terminal, and has some high-quality front-end articles and e-books.
The site also has a similar question and answer community, and various page problems and demos to solve.
daniweb is also a relatively high-quality Q&A platform that looks a bit like a social platform.
Dzone is a comprehensive website with technical coverage, such as cloud platform, database, Internet of Things, development and maintenance, Java language, etc.
The "dreamincode" and the "bytes" below are two relatively niche technology blogs. The interface is quite similar to the "blog garden" style, which is simple but not simple.