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SoloLearn Q&A vs StackOverFlow

By your opinion what is right questions: 1. What is best question and answer site? 2. Which you love most? 3.What is your suggestion?

23rd Mar 2017, 3:37 PM
Animesh - avatar
7 Answers
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The Sololearn community has been quite friendly and helpful but StackOverflow is still better when it comes to getting detailed answers/solutions for any type of programming/development question or even when you want your code debugged.
23rd Mar 2017, 3:46 PM
Chirag Bhansali
Chirag Bhansali - avatar
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1. StackOverFlow when i want to get more help. Sololearn when i want to give more help. 2. My Mother 3. Make Sololearn an Official Programming lesson App in School.
23rd Mar 2017, 4:17 PM
Agus Mei
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If you love to get 10 upvotes in 20 minutes -- "you go for Sololearn" If you want the most accurate answer -- "go for Stackoverflow" That was cheeky. Huh! Just for a little fun...or take it lightly if you are a sololearn fan:)
23rd Mar 2017, 4:22 PM
Dev - avatar
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I love.... chicken! 1.Idk I never care where the place. I only focus on learn 2.Read again at number 1 3.No suggestion. only say "good work"
23rd Mar 2017, 3:46 PM
Yanothai Chaitawat
Yanothai Chaitawat - avatar
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SoloLearn is very friendly for beginners as any one can ask any questions without any limitations (rules). In StackOverFlow is more professional/mature u just can't post any questions they got some rules(u may know if u have used it). But it needless to say it have answers for almost every question. Conclusion: Both serve different audience/purpose it's not fair to compare.
23rd Mar 2017, 3:50 PM
Eranga - avatar
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In my opinion, Stackoverflow is million times better than Sololearn Q&A community for some reason. 1)Stackoverflow has a lot of spam filters. You will be permanently banned for spam. 2) Only the international language English allowed in the community. But in Sololearn you can find too many questions in Russian language. 3) Nobody is allowed to share jokes or off topic questions on Stackoverflow. 4) Stackoverflow allows to post code and pictures. 5) Stackoverflow is full of professionals. So you will easily get answers. But there are some problems on Stackoverflow 1)Normal design 2)Not user-friendly like Sololearn 3)Lot of rules! So I think Sololearn community is made for begginer programmers and Stackoverflow is for advanced programmers. I love Sololearn for code sharing feature and programming tutorials.
23rd Mar 2017, 9:10 PM
Retul - avatar
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Solo learn no doubt
23rd Mar 2017, 3:47 PM
Abhishek Arora
Abhishek Arora - avatar