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For vi/Vim aficionados, whether they be newbies, ninjas in training, or revered gurus of the popular text editor.
For those using, extending or developing emacs.
For users of BSD Variants: FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFly, FreeNAS, PC-BSD, TrueBSD and so on
For professionals involved in web graphic design, interface design, and other fields of the web design process.
For professionals and students of any discipline of engineering. Includes chemical, civil, mechanical, aerospace, nuclear, industrial, petroleum, power, architectural, biomedical, and others. Also general engineering topics, like ethics and ...
For music historians, critics, and fans.
For systems programmers, and professional developers of applications running on System z. Including the operating system, as well as the software running on it.
For example, developers of IBM CICS applications in the banking sector.
For scholars, researchers and professionals in computer vision, machine vision, and image analysis; potentially working in related disciplines including machine learning, optimization, neuroscience, robotics, signal/image processing, computer ...
For this site is for nonprofit professionals, consultants, volunteers, donors, board members, etc. This site is also for anyone interested in advancing the sector, or finding innovative solutions to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of ...
For writers/artists using science, geography and culture to construct imaginary worlds and settings.
For linguists, teachers, and students wanting to discuss the finer points of the Latin language.
For anyone interested in Scouting. Scouting is a movement that aims to support young people in their physical, mental and spiritual development, that they may play constructive roles in society, with a strong focus on the outdoors and survival ...
For this website will help all developer that are involved in Agile Project Management, this is a project managment style which do have a huge scope, Currently this is most used Project management style.
For people who wish to influence and foster interest, in the development of new programming languages. For programming language theory enthusiasts and computer science students who wish to learn more about the subject or have their doubts elucidated.
For programmers seeking the best library for specific tasks.
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