I'm thinking of creating a new feature to our chat in which users can share a code editor, which would update in realtime. Does anyone see a use to this?
Edited by Dani: Testing bug
> Fewer posts about code, more posts about SEO and marketing. Sorry, I'm misunderstanding. You mean focus on driving traffic to DaniWeb's Digital Marketing category? I'm confused. Read More
No, I would (humbly) suggest that your time should go on SEO and marketing to drive DaniWeb traffic in general. That would be refected in the kinds of posts you are personally making here - ie you would be discussing SEO and marketing ideas rather than code features. J (ps … Read More
OK, well, I hope you're right. It's tragic that such a valuable service to our future IT professionals is subject to G's whim, but "Where does a 1 ton gorilla sit? Anywhere it wants". I don't have the skill set you're looking for Dazah, but you have best wishes. J Read More
That might work for some but not for me. I'm not saying it's a bad idea but to me it sounds like one-on-one tutoring and I think the quality of the answers improves when I have time to reflect/refine/test. Also, I can spend 10-15 minutes at a time on a … Read More
I use snippets heavily. For non-work stuff, Github's [gists](http://gist.github.com/) are perfect. You can [add multiple files](https://gist.github.com/peteryates/d859f6ed14f9b7d13515) to a single gist (which would help if some of the code you're pasting is spread across a model, controller and view), and everything's syntax highlighted. Github allows [gists to be embedded](https://help.github.com/articles/about-gists/). Perhaps this … Read More