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I would like to ask for help finding resources regarding a particular programming language.
I realize that StackExchange is designed to be more of a hunter and less of a gatherer; it is meant to be very specific. If I ask a question that is not intended to objectively elicit "the right answer" then what forum should I post that question to? Is there one at all?
In my case I am looking for information to help get started with TSQL and feel that I am having a hard time finding resources. I believe that the SE community could point me in the right direction, but I want to be sure that I ask in the appropriate forum.
"You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face."
Now, I feel that my question will be practical and indeed answerable; it's even based on actual problems that I am facing... But my question will not be specific enough to elicit a single "AHA! This is the answer!" - it won't be meant to do that. When I'm done asking, I hope that my question will have several answers from several different people and that it will be useful as a resource for someone else in my same position.
Is Programmer's SE the place to do that? Or should I be looking elsewhere? Should I entirely leave the SE family of sites and find forums related to the topic somewhere else?
If that question isn't meta enough for meta.stackoverflow then I'm definitely in trouble!