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naveen yadav
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Joined: Oct 23, 2011
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i have writing some code in java for a my project. i want some feedback on that

can someone guide me to some site where i can submit code. and get feedback ?



Saifuddin Merchant
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I'll be interested in such a site too !

I don't know of any particular but if post code right here on the ranch and ask for some feedback - you might get it! I've seen it happen before


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Jesper de Jong
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You could post it here on the forums ofcourse.

Another site is: http://codereview.stackexchange.com/


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fred rosenberger
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Jesper de Jong wrote:You could post it here on the forums ofcourse./

Although, if you post 10,000 lines of code, i wouldn't hold my breath on getting detailed feedback.


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