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Where did stackoverflow creators find answers to their problems while creating the platform?

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  • 9
    Brain
  • 0
    google or yahoo
  • 5
    Jon Skeet.
  • 4
    #showerthought
  • 4
    Well, do you know such concept as book?
  • 9
    This really awesome thing called documentation seems like a good place to start.
  • 3
    Windows live messenger
  • 6
    Indian youtubers 😌 jk
  • 0
    Mailing lists :)
  • 6
    Forums from 2003 BC, in which you scroll through 100 pages of offtopic discussion only to find "nevermind, solved it myself".
  • 1
    @rEaL-jAsE wrong account
  • 1
    Dont tell me you couldnt build a so-type site in like a week
  • 0
    The WELL..
  • 1
    They spend hours on the phone with tech support
  • 1
    Documentation,the shit is built on .net and all MS stack.

    Maybe that is why the community is horrible, everyone is butt hurt.
  • 0
    This post reminds me of *Deleting the Recycle Bin* meme...XD
  • 3
    You'll find tons of small and technical forums that are now obsolete because of S/O. I stumble upon them often while looking for C and C++ answers, usually from 2002-2007
  • 3
    Tbh stack overflow isn't some huge design site. It was build in like a week and then just add all other shit. Not much debugging you would need help with. Brain is all you need.
  • 2
    @HTHazard

    Some are still going, though without a link to any search engines, which makes finding them difficult !

    Like playing a huge MMORPG and finding out that rare book with the answer is hidden in some dungeon that you can only view if you install some 20 year old application to gain access..
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