Quantum Bayesian Networks

August 9, 2018

The world sorely needs alternative to nasty StackOverflow. Build one and you will get rich

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 4:00 pm

I used to be a super-fan of StackOverflow, and would often recommended it to my friends, but nowadays instead I tell them to stay away from StackOverflow’s toxic environment. Read StackOverflow’s answers but boycott the products they advertise.

If you are considering investing in StackOverflow, my advice to you is DON’T. You will lose your money. Do some due-diligence in the Internet and you will find out that StackOverflow is widely disliked for many good reasons.

And if you are an entrepreneur looking to start a new business, I highly recommend building a healthy alternative to StackOverflow; there is a severe need for one.

My opinion about StackOverflow flipped in recent days, when I was subjected to a gang attack by the moderators of Quantum Computing Stack Exchange (a branch of StackOverflow). According to a message they to sent me:

In this specific case, your posts were reviewed by several of the site moderators and a consensus was reached as to how your posts would be moderated.

Sounds like a premeditated gang-rape to me. What kind of company condones such sick behavior?

You can find out the details of my bad experience in my previous blog post. Make no mistake about it, the reasons they give for attacking a coder whose only “crime” is speaking about his own software (software which is open source under the BSD license) are total BS.

I just want to end by saying that I know some coders who suffer from bipolar disorder and I also know some very sensitive teenager coders. I believe these could have been driven easily to suicide by the bullying the moderators of StackOverflow have subject me to. And I’m sure StackOverflow has subjected many other people to similar sick treatment. A gang of thuggish moderators posing as the ultimate authority in coding and physics, insulting you and your work for bogus reasons, encouraging mean people to downvote you, welcome to StackOverflow.

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1 Comment »

  1. I tried deleting all my posts in quantum stack exchange but after deleting 5 it said I could not delete anything else. Another reason why I’m never going back there. They modify your answers without your approval and then they forbid you to delete them

    Comment by rrtucci — August 10, 2018 @ 3:18 am


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