In an effort to display my front-end projects and knowledge, I’ve joined a few online networks and communities. All these sites are great resources and pretty common among junior and senior developer / designers. If you aren’t familiar with any of them start lurking around and see what you’ve been missing.
With it’s Octocat mascot, GitHub is an internet hosting service, a version control repository, and an all around developers playground. GitHub isn’t just for front front-end developers either. Ruby, Java, C++, Python, and even Go developers can take advantage of the GitHub cloud and related services. Content creators can share projects, programs, information, demos, and anything else code related. Other users can watch, star, edit, fork, or download these repositories.
If you’ve ever had difficulties with your code, a language, or program, there’s a good chance you’ve come across this site. Stack Overflow is a huge library of technical questions and answers from users like you. Like GitHub, Stack Overflow isn’t limited to just front-end issues but a wide range of topics in computer programming. There are question about .NET, Perl, C#, content managers like Django and Drupal, and even programs like Visual Studios, Dreamweaver, and Google Chrome. Common questions as well as the most agreed upon responses are voted up by other users. The user who submits the original question can then pick which answer serves them best.