! Warning: this post hasn't been updated in over three years and so may contain out of date information.A few week’s back, I caught a twitter by Scott Hanselman on a new free developer-specific question and answer forum called stackoverflow. Curiosity got the better of me and I first took a look, then asked a couple of questions, before getting wholeheartedly sucked into answering as many as I could, whilst watching my reputation figure climb. Reputation is the site’s secret weapon that gets you hooked and keeps you. Basically the more good quality questions you ask, and answers you provide, the more reputation you get. The more reputation you get, the more moderator rights you earn.
So if you have a programming related question – on any topic – or wish to share your knowledge and help out others by answering their questions – then head over to stackoverflow and try it out.