Help Name Our Website


#221

Suggestion:
Get Gary Larson’s gigantic book of life work, open to random pages, and brainstorm from there.

Don’t bother with any constraints during the brainstorming.(Even taken domain names! … Just use them as starting points to generate more names.)

Figure out a rational for why some name fits after the fact.

Here’s one to get you started: TofuJungle.com


#222

stackoverflow sounds good…

here’s one more


#223

I own the following domain, but think it deserves a more proactive caretaker:
nerdtonic.com


#224

codinghorror.com = “developer community site”

The name is right under your nose.

If you want to be fancy, use a subdomain. void.codinghorror.com


#225

horriblecoders.com
horrendouscoders.com
horrorsofcoding.com


#226

DeveloperTorrents.com

(wink, wink)


#227

Can’t decide on site content until it has a name. Can’t give it a name until decide on content so name will reflect it. I’m reminded of that episode of Star Trek with Harry Mud. Maybe you need a name that reflects recursion or a Catch-22.


#228

privatevoid.com is not bad, but privatevirtual.com Impossibly better :-
)


#229

Your current list is good, but the only stand out is stackoverflow.com.

If your goal is to have the best site to visit for software developers, I would recommend primaryfunction.com. (It is currently taken and redirects to a blog)


#230

HelterSkelter.com
(“when I get to the top of the bottom of the stack!!!”)
I know, the Manson family ruined it…

bigcode.com


raviolicode.com
lasagnacode.com
(so much for food references…)
OnesAndZeros.com
ZerosAndOnes.com
ItTakesBinary.com
itttakes10.com
itakes01.com
algorythms.com
polymorphic.com (for you object oriented types…)
someassemblyrequired.com (for you assembler hackers…)

If I can think of anything else!


#231

I would go with a crazily-named, Web 2.0 site. The question to my mind is, how does a user find your site via the google search bar? What will they see if they type in “private void” or “stack overflow”? Just call it oinkyboinky and be assured of the #1 result in a search :slight_smile:


#232

What about something like codingrocks.com? I just checked and it’s still available and most developers experience the “coding rocks” phenomenon frequently.


#233

The answer is right there in your question:
developerCommunity.com


#234

How about… HumbleHackers.com?


#235

My primary rules for domain names are:

  1. Try to make it two syllables. This makes it easier to spread word of mouth.

  2. You must be able to advertise it on the radio without spelling it. This also makes it easier to spread word of mouth.

  3. No freakin’ dashes.

Rule #2 automatically disqualifies itttakes10.com, itakes01.com, and
algorythms.com


#236

dowhilenotprogramming.com


#237

getVarHeroes.com


#238

I was so frustrated by the lack of good names I chose this one for my domain.

notagood.name

“there’s not a good name left”


#239

DeveloperHelper.Net

Cheerio.


#240

Why not just use your already succesful branding? My vote for codinghorror.com/forum.