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social coding

Social coding is an approach to software development that places an emphasis on formal and informal collaboration.

Although the term is often associated with social coding websites such as GitHub, BitBucket, CodePlex and Google Code, the term can be used to describe any development environment that encourages discussion and sharing. 

This was last updated in June 2012

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Social coding trends http://codehum.com/
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How do I get someone to write code for image recognition and finger print recognition for a project I’m working on : NOHAKK. Thanx Russ
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