I understand and support the rules and etiquette for asking questions. The guidelines have increased the efficiency and quality of my own problem solving. However I have not found much on the subject or approach of code cleaning and review.

On occasion I research and write some code to solve a unique problem. Although my finished product works, I am sure that it is not efficient. Is there etiquette, rules or a way to post research and code specifically for community review?

  • I think that depend on which site you want to post that...and then this question is maybe better asked on that meta instead of here....or I miss the point of your question. – rene Apr 22 '15 at 16:32

There's a code review site specifically for working code that you want peer reviewed. Check the tour for the site before posting to make sure your question/code fits.

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