Is interesting to participate in a programmer community. Not a product or project site but a programmer community. This feels different since you are not working toward one goal but you feel everyone moving to different goals simultaneously.I have discover some sites like El Rincon de C whic is exactly that. A programmer site for C programmers, yet the C / C++ language are used on a platora of different products, compilers, IDE etc. There is also no best enviroment so usually people use the tools they like the best and there is less convincing focus to switch and rather to debug. Compared to a Linux community where everyone is pushing their distro, apps, code, framework, api, etc. This one is more agnostic and also very supportive. Since the C language is rarely taught in college nowadays, being a C guru helps a lot and usually is great to talk to this people.