>> Can anyone suggest a mailing list/ resource where one can post a
> computer science problem, and get some feedback / ideas / algorithms
> on how one would code a solution ?
> Don't care if the solutions come back as perl, c, java or pseudo
> code, more interested in the process than the code. (more interested,
> not only)
>> Like the problems in 'programming pearls'....
>Why not post the question here and see if it helps, but make it a linux
relevant problem asking about dlls in the right context_might_ just get
you flamed at a rate where you would be too hot.
irc.freenode.net and visit one or many programming language channels
(any of the major irc networks) check the rules using
http://www.pastebin.com/ or some such
News groups for relevant languages
Using a clever query on Google for a good result.
 side note I was listening to the Gilmore Gang's latest
conversation for webcast on www.itconversations.com today interesting
comments about the "Google" desktop and Microsoft, other than that I
found that one not as high a standard as usual
 who wote the two foot note rule?
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