I'm a developer. I usually ask on Stack Overflow.

I have a situation, or "story", that involves: programming ethics, employer-employee relationship, company stocks, code property and taking decisions.

So, there are a few meta-questions:

  1. On what Stack Exchange site can I post this situation?
  2. Is it wrong to ask for opinions? because there might not be an accepted answer. Should I ask something very concrete at the end of my story?

You should probably ask at The Workplace. They do field software development workplace questions, a notable example being Project Manager asks for complete 100% confidence everytime committing code. They have a [software industry] tag, except it seems people tend to not use it, even for IT or software development industry questions.

Programmers accepts a range of subjective programming questions, but this stuff appears to be off topic there:

general workplace issues, office politics, and job hunting (check out The Workplace instead)

  • humm, so basically, in the correct place I won't get attention, and in the place that I would get attention, I'd be creating an off topic thread :/ – sports Jun 23 '14 at 0:35
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    What makes you think you won't get attention in The Workplace? The question I linked has 26k views and hit the hot network questions list. There's lots of IT questions there, they just seem to rarely use the software industry tag. – doppelgreener Jun 23 '14 at 0:41
  • ok, I misunderstood you – sports Jun 23 '14 at 4:07

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