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Top 10 Websites for Developers

Chaitanya Prabuddha
Hey 👋, I’m Chaitanya Prabuddha. I love tech and studying to code by myself. I want to make lives easier.
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Before Starting, I would like to tell you that this is part 2 of this series, Websites For Developers. PART 1

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  1. Hacker News ( visit website)

Hacker News is a website where people submit links and have interesting discussions around them.

As this website is owned by Y Combinator, most of the topics are related to startups, tech, Coding and other silicon valley stuff.

  1. ProductHunt ( visit website)

ProductHunt is a website where developers and companies launch websites, apps, etc that have recently built.

Developers can use this way to tell the world about their apps that they built.

  1. Dzone.com ( visit website)

On this website, there are many interesting blogs from experts for programming and tech. By reading this, developers can increase their knowledge.

  1. Spring.io ( visit website)

This website makes your java code modern & fast by using spring framework. Mainly Focusing on Java developers, other developers can ignore this site.

  1. hackerrank.com ( visit website)

This amazing website has many coding problems that you can practice making you a perfect software developer and a perfect employee for your company.

  1. Reddit ( visit website)

Come On, who doesn't know Reddit, this doesn't need any explanation, but here it is for nerds -

Reddit is a source for everything, Nicknamed “the front page of the internet”, Reddit has endless things called “subreddits” where users submit content related to that specific subreddit.

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  1. YouTube ( visit website)

Again this even doesn't need any explanation, but here it is-

YouTube is an online video platform owned by Google. On YouTube, you can search content, tutorials, explanations and everything you can imagine for free.

  1. CSS Tricks ( visit website)

If you're just getting started with HTML and CSS, I highly recommend that you to try CSS-Tricks, this can help you with many new tips, tricks, tactics, and methods about CSS.

  1. CodePen.io ( visit website)

This is a social development platform where you can write your code in the browser and see the results of your builds. You can save, share, and grow your own community.

  1. Quora ( visit website)

Quora is a very under-rated website for developers, but you can take a lot of help from quora, like skills, shortcuts, tricks, news, forums and many others.

I'm starting a free Open-Source Forums For Developers, Please DONATE, It Really Helps. A Shout-Out to 5 people in my next 5 blogs, who donates. You can donate here or in Patreon

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Now that wraps our list for Part 2, thank you guys for showing so much love on part 1. Some of you don't know but I put everything 1 because I think we can't rank these websites, each of them are equally important

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trangchongcheng

i think dev.to must have in this list :D

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

It's a necessity.

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JavaCode7

Definitely.

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Ayush Ranjan

💯