On RefactorMyCode, you?ll find:
- Gorgeous syntax highlighting to show your code in all its glory!
- Split your code in sections with more then 150 supported syntaxes.
- Have the honour of being the best refactorer of the net.
- Pastable version of your beautifully highlighted code to put on your blog.
- Trackback support for sending comments back to your blog (hey! why not drive traffic to your blog at the same time ?)
- Atom Feeds for everything you should care about.
- Spam filtering on comments (by Defensio) so you know it stays clean
- No account creation! Enter your OpenID and you?re done! How?s that? Plus you get an avatar if your email is registered on Gravatar. All that in one step!
- And when you get to be one of the best refactorers out there, be sure to put your badge on your blog! (See mine on the side =>, Boooo! I?m 5th )
But apart from all those Web-2.0-AJAX-semantic-aggregated compliant features, good things happened since I started using it with Daniel, Gary, James and Hampton (!). I learned new tricks, refactored some poor and ugly code in my apps and shared what I knew at the same time. It?s the best learning tool ever, but mostly it?s the best place to brag about your skills and have fun while doing what we love: coding! Source: Refactor my Code ? Marc-Andr? Cournoyer?s blog
What an awesome idea!? Submit code that is driving you nuts and let other folks help you get unstuck and help you make it better.? Of course you?ll be expected to return the favour, but that isn?t too much to ask is it?
Since I?m long since out of my custom coding days, which I think the Internet is more than thankful for, I won?t be submitting any code there ? but I bet if you?re even looking for some great code snippets, this might be the place to visit.
Marc-Andre ? awesome job!