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Yes, I admit it, I am fanatic about programming! Being fanatic means that I am always staying current with programming news, I am doing a lot of experimentation, and I am being very playful with various programming languages.
Reddit has long been my favorite site for news but very frequently I found myself reading nonsense which had nothing to do with my real passion. I decided to take a radical step and turn Reddit into the definitive source for programming news, or the way I like to say, I decided to read Reddit the fanatic programmer way.
Here is how I did it.
I said no to all the default Reddit communities.
And subscribed to various programming subreddits!
Note: I am also subscribed to math and physics subreddits as those subjects are my hobbies.
This picture includes only a fraction of the programming subreddits I subscribed to! Here is the full list:
- Computer Science
- Assembly Programming
- C Programming
- C Language
I am also subscribed to some related communities:
Doing so turned Reddit's front page into a definitive source for programming news.
I invite you to share your methods for following the latest programming buzz in the comments!