Fellow sololearners, who are also active on stackoverflow and github, what is different, better, worse compared to solo*learn? | Sololearn: Learn to code for FREE!
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Fellow sololearners, who are also active on stackoverflow and github, what is different, better, worse compared to solo*learn?

What do you think about each platform?

14th Aug 2017, 5:17 PM
Andreas Rosenhahn
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You're comparing SpaceShips with SkateBoards, they are not built for the same purpose.
14th Aug 2017, 5:59 PM
Salekin
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i am on both github and stackoverflow. let's keep github side for a while. stackoverflow is for professionals, it is meant to ask big questions, here at sololearn you can post some question even if it is a bit stupid but if you that on stackoverflow you will end up with downvotes. github is meant for open-source projects mostly and you can do what you do with a git but now your are connected to the whole world. git is a version control btw that's how its different from sololearn.
21st Aug 2017, 9:03 AM
shobhit
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I feel sololearn is very very elementary and design for anyone interested in playing around with programming, on the contrary it's not so with stackoverflow, you obviously need to know what you're doing before you can really make any sense on it. if you really wanna master the art of programming, you might wanna spend more time on stackoverflow and check other open source codes on github. think of it like you wanna fight an entire country and sololearn = 9mm pistol and stackoverflow + github = f16 fighter jet.
18th Dec 2017, 3:36 PM
Antz
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