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I coded an event manager in C++ and it works fine. For educational purpose, I would like to improve it. But I don't know what the next step could be.

Asking this question on Stack Overflow felt unsuitable, so I decided to discard my question draft there and ask here on Meta before.

Is there a Stack Exchange site for this kind of questions?

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For the code-quality part you could go to

If you want a discussion about features etc, maybe programmers?

If you have a method/algorithm for event-handling you wish to discuss, see the answer on this question for a list of locations: why not algorithms?

  • Conceptual algorithm questions and questions about algorithm design are on-topic on Programmers.
  • Problems with implementing specific algorithms are on-topic on Stack Overflow.
  • Research-level algorithm questions are on-topic on Theoretical Computer Science.
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Thanks. My question would be "concept-quality", not quite code-quality or feature discussion. – danijar Jun 26 '13 at 11:47
Well, if you have, for instance, a certain algorithm you wish to discuss, there are several options, see some outlines for isntance here: – Nanne Jun 26 '13 at 11:48
Whiteboard/concept questions are best suited for programmers, but but seeing as you don't have an account there, please check out their faq/help center to make sure your question is on topic. – psubsee2003 Jun 26 '13 at 11:48
Thanks, I'll register on Programmers. – danijar Jun 26 '13 at 11:50
thanks i have been wondering for the same answer from quite a while – Rohan Kandwal Jun 26 '13 at 12:33

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