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I have now been using Perl Monks for about a year and simply love the community here and the resources it provides. For me, the most valuable thing about Perl Monks is the people who are willing to point me in the right direction when I cannot find it myself.

Ever since I found Perl Monks, I have been searching for similar sites dedicated to other programming languages. Don't get me wrong, I love perl, but one of my hobbies is learning new programming languages. Unfortunately not all languages have this sort of a community oriented site to facilitate communication between programmers.

In fact, I have yet to find any sites really quite like this one. Do any other monks know of such sites? If so, what are they and do they have anywhere near the user base that Perl Monks does?

Thanks,
Matt
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