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Want to learn something? Visit Udemy.com

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ShadeDream, Mar 20, 2013.

  1. ShadeDream

    ShadeDream Elite Member

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    It's an amazing site, I found it through someone here, I can't remember who it was. Nevertheless Udemy is probably one of the best places to go to if you want to learn something.

    I've also started using Pluralsight.com for coding and Stackoverflow.com for help to things I get stuck on.

    If you know of any other great resources, feel free to mention them.

    I thought these could be useful to some of you. :)
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Experts-exchange.com is a great site for any IT problems.

    Google.co.uk for everything else:)
     
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    I never liked Experts Exchange. Every time I would Google for something and come across them I would get pissed because they make you sign up to view the answer.

    I've not looked into them properly but from what I know Stack Overflow is not only better but free too.
     
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    I'm sure it works on a certain browser or without JS or something.

    Never used stack overflow but I have heard its good also.
     
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    It used to be visible if you spoofed your browser to appear as Google Bot but they fixed this a while ago.
     
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    Experts Exchange sucks. I also hate it. The real problem I had with it was that it would occupy placement in the Google search results that would have been better occupied by another site. They pushed better sites/better answers down and sometimes off the page, and while the question they let you see always promised the answer (to a computer problem, for example), I never believed it. I figured a sleazy site like that would also probably want to charge you for the answer, once they got your email information, etc... Total sleazoid spammers and I hope they get deindexed for the stinking turds that they are.

    There are plenty of good, honest websites that have good-quality answers to technical questions that do not demands that you do something 1st, before you find out that they possibly DON'T have the answer. "Ha Ha, asshole. We got your email, and you got SHIT!" (This is how I imagine they would react when being informed that they promised and answer in the SERPs, but didn't deliver on email submit.) PLENTY of good sites out there. Like that old country song: "Do you notice that no one is clicking to your shitty site? That's me."
     
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    I have had EE account for few years and its saved me many times. Trust me it's a valuable site.