Friendly Developer Network

Does anyone know if an easily searchable developer network for Linux exists? Really what I’m looking for is a website that contains code samples from various scripting/programming languages (e.g. how to create a window, how to export something to a file). It needs to be a website that isn’t language specific that provides “how tos” for basic tasks such as these in the most common languages so that I could much more easily experiment with the code samples and learn what the possibilities of using them are. Applications are never designed in one language for the simple fact that it’s easier to do some tasks in scripting while relying on binary files for other tasks. So I’m wanting to know if the OSS community has focused on establishing such as developer network.

EasyAs123 wrote:
> Does anyone know if an easily searchable developer network for Linux
> exists? Really what I’m looking for is a website that contains code
> samples from various scripting/programming languages (e.g. how to create
> a window, how to export something to a file). It needs to be a website
> that isn’t language specific that provides “how tos” for basic tasks
> such as these in the most common languages so that I could much more
> easily experiment with the code samples and learn what the possibilities
> of using them are. Applications are never designed in one language for
> the simple fact that it’s easier to do some tasks in scripting while
> relying on binary files for other tasks. So I’m wanting to know if the
> OSS community has focused on establishing such as developer network.
>

http://github.com/ maybe?

Other networks are sourceforge.net or code.google.com