#Winprog is the premier Windows Programming channel on the EFNet
IRC network. The channel is comprised of professional software developers, talented college and
highschool students, novice programmers seeking help and the usual charlatans and rogues
that add character to the colourful world that is the Internet. If you are new to IRC, please
visit the mIRC website.
Our primary focus is: C/C++ Programming with the Win32 API or MFC. We would be happy
to field any questions or discussions relating to this, our primary reason for being. In addition,
we will generally discuss the following, or variations thereof....
- COM and ATL
- C# and .NET
- Winsock or sockets programming
- Power computer usage, news, and high-tech gadgetry
Help us help you
Follows these steps in order:
- Read How to Ask Questions the Smart Way
and follow the advice contained therein.
The authors of this document are not part of #winprog, so please don't bother them.
- If you are new to Win32, read the Tutorial from start to finish
- Check the FAQ to see if your answer is there
- Check MSDN to see if your answer is there
- Ask an intelligent question (see Step 1.) on the channel. Do not ask to ask. Do not ask a specific person.
- No whining
- No colours or other formatting, especially in automated scripts.
- Do not paste code (or anything) on the channel. Paste it at http://friendpaste.com/.
- If you feel you have been unfairly treated, abused or just aren't getting your money's worth ($0), see Rule #1.
This isn't a hint or anything... well, it might be.
This website is hosted and maintained by Brook Miles (brook(at)winprog.org). For a very generous interpretation of "maintained".