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Purpose
The thread is a collection of web sites containing useful information for programmers of all levels and types.

Notes
· Inform me about any broken links!
· Please submit only links and the category under which they belong.
· The thread is not for discussion or programming support; start your own thread for specific questions.
· Request to moderators: please remove any spam.
· I've posted this elsewhere online and will keep this thread up to date with the best submissions from all sources.

Assembly
1. Why Program in Assembly (Aoaforums)
2. Win32 assembly
3. Assembly Language Tutorials
4. Assembly for Linux
5. Linux assembly
6. Assembly tutorials and links


General C/C++
1. C++ programming
2. DevCentral
3. C++ about
4. CoderSource.net
5. Dennis Ritchie page
6. Bjarne Stroustrup page
7. C++ FAQ LITE
8. Standard C++ Library Class Reference
9. Compilers, cross-compilers, interpreters for ANSI C and ANSI C++
10. UNIX System Calls and Subroutines using C
11. GIDForums
12. cplusplus.com


C#
1. Microsoft Corporation
2. C# Computing
3. C# Station
4. C# Tutorial Contents
5. C# Practical Learning
6. C# for Beginners
7. World's Greatest C# Community
8. C# Home
9. C# Corner
10. XNA Creators
11. XNA Tutorials 1
12. XNA Tutorials 2


C++ Builder
1. Borland corporation
2. Dr. Bob's C++ Builder gate
3. Temporal doorway


C++ Builder and Delphi components
1. LMD tools Freeware Edition
2. Component source
3. TMS software


COBOL
1. The COBOL center


Design patterns
1. Wikipedia
2. Overview of design patterns


Delphi
1. Borland corporation
2. Delphi source
3. Delphi pages
4. Delphi central
5. Delphi land
6. Delphi forum
7. Delphi super page
8. Torry's Delphi pages


Fortran
1. 90 Tutorials
2. General Fortran


Java
1. IBM
2. JavaTM 2 Platform Standard Edition 5.0
3. Java Boutique
4. Java Coffee Break
5. JSP tutorial
6. Java API reference


Numerical Analysis
1. Numerical Recipes
2. GMP (Multiprecision Library)


Objective-C
1. Objective-C
2. Objective-C: A Primer


OcBible
1. The main Aoaforums thread
2. PcPer
3. Ocforums
4. XtremeSystems


Perl
1. The source for Perl


PHP
1. PHP net
2. PHP tutorials
3. Zend Developer Zone


Python
1. Python official site
2. Dive Into Python


Ruby
1. Ruby

Verilog
1. Verilog tutorial


VHDL
1. VHDL tutorial
2. Doulos


Visual Basic
1. Microsoft corporation
2. Visual Basic Tutorial
3. Xtreme Visual Basic talk
4. VBForums
5. VB helper


Visual Studio
1. .net Charting
2. Dundas Chart for .NET
3. AJAX
4. Teechart
5. Visual Assist X


Windows programming
1. Microsoft corporation
2. MSDN
3. COM technologies


Web services
1. WWW consortium
2. Web services.org
3. Webmonkey


Tutorials for Many Languages
1. Apple Developer Tools
2. Programmer's Heaven
3. Free programming resources
4. Programming tutorials
5. Codeproject
6. FunctionX
7. Planet Source Code
8. Codeguru
9. W3Schools


Links
1. Dr Dobb's portal
2. Programming forums
3. Design and analysis of algorithms
4. Artificial Intelligence 1
5. Artificial Intelligenct 2
6. Apache Ant
7. ANTLR parser generator
8. Plankalkül
9. Pascal
10. ALGOL
11. Lisp
12. MFC
13. Bruce Eckel's online books!
14. MSDN forum
post #2 of 3
Requesting that http://www.learncpp.com/ gets placed under General C/C++ category. By far the best "tutorials" I've come across for C++, even better than TheNewBoston's.
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I would throw Code::Blocks under C++, my favorite free IDE.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 @3.0 Ghz Gigabyte EP43 UD3L ATI Radeon HD3850 512MB 800/950 4x1 GB 800 mhz DDR2 (Dual Channel) 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
160 Hitachi HDD LG Super-Multi Drive with SecurDisc Windows 7 - Ultimate (x86) Samsung SyncMaster 2043SWX 20" 1600x900 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard rev. 2 460 watt Coolermaster Coolermaster Elite Razer Deathadder 
Mouse Pad
Steelseries QcK 
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