Top 7 forums for Web-Developers.

Hi Everyone.

Today we will be talking about learnings. For a web-developer learning is a lifelong process.

There are various ways, resources, and methods to learn from. But here we gonna talk about one of the most important ways.

That is by joining online web-development forums.

What is a forum?

A forum is an online place where different people from the same field are connected so that they can discuss various things related to their field.

A forum is great way to learn from others experience and expertise. You can also share your point of views on these forums. (These forums might have some regulations.)

So, we are about to see the top 7 Web-Development forums for 2018 – 2019.

Top 7 Web-Development forums.

  • Launch Chat:

    Launch consists of developers, entrepreneurs, designers, and marketers primarily working in the tech space. Its homepage is full of members who are “Y-Combinator founders, Thiel Fellows, serial entrepreneurs, investors, and passionate makers”.

  • frontendDevelopers:

    frontendDevelopers is a fabulous place to find new gigs. Apart from that, you can get feedback from like-minded developers, share ideas, and learn the latest trends in this forum.

  • Forum: is a forum about general web development and programming. The site is separated into sections: client-side development, server-side development, and site management.

  • Stack Overflow:

    It’s one of the most popular developer’s community site with questions and answers. You develop a reputation by answering questions and upvotes. Users with higher reputation can comment, vote and even edit comments of other people.

  • HTML Forums:

    HTML Forums is dedicated specifically to HTML. There are “electrifying discussions” there. Also, you can find information on traffic and links sale, server administration, domain names for sale and much more.

  • The SitePoint Forums:

    If you are looking for a great place to find answers to your questions about HTML, CSS, Marketing, JavaScript, PHP, Net, Database, design, and UX, hosting and more. Than the SitePoint forum is for you.

  • Webdevforums:

    On Webdevforums forum you can get feedback about your website, find useful tutorials, ask questions about marketing and SEO. Use categories at the bottom of the page to navigate the website.

Besides the list, I provided above there are two awesome places where you can find like-minded people and forums on every possible field. &

I hope that you will use a few or at least one of the suggested forums to keep learning.

You gave your precious time to read this article, Thank You.

Windows v/s Linux. What’s your choice?

Hi Everyone.

Today we are going to talk about the two operating systems. Windows and Linux. Both of them have their own pros and cons.

Offcourse Windows have its monopoly with 88% plus market shares. Although slowly but Linux has started getting attention and getting more popular day by day.

Windows has dominated the market because it is way simpler to operate than any other operating system.

In this article, we will be focusing on understanding the two operating systems and their pros and cons.

So, let’s begin.

What is Windows operating system?

Windows is a series of operating systems, Each operating system comes with a graphical user interface (GUI) with a desktop which allows a user to view all files, videos etc. The first version of Windows OS was released in 1985 which was a simple GUI, an extension of the existing disk operating system (MS-DOS). windows OS comes with almost all company who made PC’s or laptops. Latest Windows OS version is Windows 10 which is currently ruling the market.

What is the Linux operating system?

Based on UNIX Linux is an open source operating system, created in 1991. Users can modify the existing code and create distributions from it as it is an open source operating system. Linux operating system also comes with a graphical user interface (GUI) with some necessary software’s which are used on a daily basis. Linux is mostly used as a server – as most of the web pages over the internet are generated from Linux servers and also used in desktop computers, mobile devices, gaming consoles, digital storing devices, eBook readers, cameras, video recorders have Linux running.



Linux is used by corporate, scientific, and academic organizations of every size. It’s used to power the development machines and servers at Google, Facebook, Twitter, NASA, and the New York Stock Exchange, just to name a few. On the desktop, it is used by technically proficient users who prioritize system security and reliability, and by enthusiasts who want to learn more about computers and how they work. Microsoft Windows is usually the operating system of choice for gamers, novice users, and business users who rely on Microsoft software. Many Windows users are thrilled with the changes that Microsoft has introduced with Windows 10, so if you’ve never used it, now is a great time to try it out.


Linux is a highly secure operating system. Although attack vectors are still discovered, its source code is open and available for any user to review, which makes it easier to identify and repair vulnerabilities. Microsoft has made great security improvements over the years. But as the operating system with the largest user base, especially among novice computer users, it is the primary target for malicious coders. As a result, of all major operating systems, Microsoft Windows is the most likely to be the victim of viruses and malware.


GNU/Linux operating systems have a steeper learning curve for the average user. They frequently require a deeper understanding of the underlying system to perform day-to-day functions. Additionally, troubleshooting technical issues can be a more intimidating and complicated process than on Window. Windows is one of the easiest desktop operating systems to use. One of its primary design characteristics is user-friendliness and simplicity of basic system tasks. Its ease lack of difficulty is considered positive by users who want their system to just work. However, more proficient users may be frustrated by the oversimplification of system tasks at the expense of fine-grained control over the system itself.


So, ultimately it depends on the user.

If your use is just of a normal system which is dammed easy to use, go with Windows 10.

But if you are more of a geek, and would love to customize the system as per your needs, go with LINUX.

depends if i have to watch youtube or code

I had shifted to linux for 2-3 months but could not continue because windows have more gui software than any other known operating system. I like to keep things handy to me all the time, so windows.

I still encounter linux everyday because of ssh and servers

– Harshvardhan Malpani ( Admin)

OK! everyone this is it for today. See you soon.

Thank You.