Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Stack Overflow now has global computer question site (beta)

First Stack Overflow came for the coders. Then they came for the Sysops. Now the dynamic duo of “Joel on Software” Spolsky and “Coding Horror” Atwood are going for all the rest of the geeks. I’ve joined the Super User beta (how did they get that url?!)…

… Super User is a collaboratively edited question and answer site for computer enthusiasts – on any platform. It's 100% free, no registration required….

Stack Overflow’s children are the heirs to the pre-spam usenet. Experts-exchange is finished.

Fantastic work, and very much appreciated. I very much hope there’s a fortune in it for them somewhere – I suspect there is.

I love these guys.

4 comments:

The Dude said...

Any idea on how to get a password for the Beta?

John Gordon said...

It's in one of the links in my post, but here it is:

http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/07/super-user-semi-private-beta-begins/

The Dude said...

Cool. I missed that.

I guess reading really is fundamental.

John Gordon said...

No, it was kind of obscure, hidden in a link. So you were reading ok!