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Because these two sites don't share domain name I cannot use Google site:stackoverflow.com option narrow the search. Is there a mirror of stackoverflow under stackexchange domain so I can use the site option or some other hack?

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The syntax for this in a regular Google search is to combine the site: specifiers with an OR operator. So, your query could look like this:

"code review" site:stackoverflow.com OR site:programmers.stackexchange.com

That returns the results you're looking for.

Alternatively, you could create a custom search engine, which would make this even easier to access, and infinitely more customizable with labels, filters, etc.

I banged this one out real quickly; should do exactly what you want.

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Bah. Beat me again by a minute. I was googling Spolsky site:programmers.stackexchange.com OR site:stackoverflow.com. –  M. Tibbits Jul 28 '11 at 7:53
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