What is Experts Exchange?
The Mission Our patented knowledge-sharing process, combined with the advantages of the Internet, allow us to change the way people solve their technology problems, gather information and share knowledge. The Experts Exchange Team is united in one vision: building the worlds best collaboration and knowledge-sharing solutions. History Since 1996, Experts Exchange has pioneered collaboration and knowledge sharing. Over 3,857,959 IT professionals from fortune 1000 companies from nearly every country in the world have signed up and used Experts Exchange as a way to solve their technical problems. Over 253,291 expert members have collaborated to create a searchable knowledge base of over 16,224,282 postings of previously answered questions. In 2000, Experts Exchange was awarded a patent for its knowledge sharing process. Experts Exchange has partnered with category leaders such as Oracle, Merrill Lynch, Zend, Research In Motion, Altavista, Network World, and many others. Welcome to Experts Exchange Experts-Exchange.com is an IT and computer solutions community of more than 50,000 experts dedicated to exchanging knowledge and solving your technical problems. Experts Exchange is the most efficient and reliable IT resource on the Internet as evident by more than 2.6 million tech solutions.
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- aksel added Experts Exchange as alternative(s) to StackFoss
- AntumDeluge added Experts Exchange as alternative(s) to Stackshare
- k4pl4n added Experts Exchange as alternative(s) to TopAnswers
Spams google results, hides the mostly useless answers behind a paywall, and honestly, expertsexchange.com is missing a hyphen somewhere between the t and the e.
I've never really used Experts Exchange, but as far as I can tell, Stack Overflow is superior in the area of programming. Its sister sites (see www.stackexchange.com) are probably superior in their areas too. At any rate, they are all free and have fantastic communities.
BOOOO. Biggest site on the net that practices google cloaking. If you look at answers from within their site you can see the answers, if you find them through google they try to get you to pay for a membership first. Stack Overflow is much better for finding answers to difficult programming related questions and has a much stronger and thriving community. They also have a collection of other FAQ sites for other domains (superuser.com for general computing questions, serverfault.com for server admin specific questions, and many more to come that can be found on area51.stackexchange.com).
Site hides the answers to problems which you have to pay to see