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I would like to know if there is a reputation league based on "software badges" (ex. [python],[java]) and possibly how to get there. Thanks.

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Click on any tag, then click "top users". For example, C#.

There is no general rep leagues for sets of tags, since that would require explicitly categorizing all tags. And it wouldn't work anyways since questions are mis-tagged and something like C# could used on a question about the language, or a question about a program in C#, or a question about the compiler, and so on.

Of course, in a broad sense all of Stack Overflow is about software, so you can just look at the general all-time rep league if you're interested.

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Thank you, that's what i was looking for. – Giacomo Spettoli Sep 16 '11 at 18:39
Errgh, per-badge top-user pages are ugly. – Synetech Feb 24 '12 at 18:34

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