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Saturday, November 18, 2006

Tutorialicio.us: Reddit for Programmers

Tutorialicio.us is a tortured name, but its saving grace is that amateur and experienced website designers and programmers will find it useful. Tutorials are broken down into categories: Photoshop, Ajax, Python, Ruby on Rails, Javascript, and CSS.

The UI isn't groundbreaking either, taking more than a page from Reddit. But it works. You can easily vote and comment on tutorials.

It seems like everything is going niche nowadays from social networking sites to people-powered news aggregators.

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I like this site a lot, as it clears away a lot of the clutter so prevalent at other tutorial sites. Just a simple link. Definitely a reddit clone, but I love that clean, user-centric UI.

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