ModsCentral, only has hand picked xoops modules, blocks and hacks for there compatibility and quality, if you find a module that you think should be here, then you know what to do. Its primary goal is to provide a central repository of known modules,add-ons, and plugins for Xoops.
Codewalkers.com has released a new programming contest deamed the PHP Open Source Challenge. The purpose of the challenge is to create a real world application that will then be released under an Open Source compatible license. There will be a new challenge released every 30-45 days depending on the complexity of the challenge. The winner of the contest will receive a copy of SourceGuardian, three months of hosting from TheHostingCompany.us, and a choice of any book from Wrox Press. The current, and first, challenge is to create a search engine application.
A PHP Community suitable for both the young and the advanced programmers. Offers a discussion board, news portal, web-related articles, scripts, blog, photo gallery, oekaki drawing, fun games, and more.
Total Freelance is an online market place where freelancers bid on design projects that have been posted by companies. The company then selects a winning bidder to carry out the task. The registration/membership is completely free.
Codenewbie.com is a site dedicated to programming of all sorts. It is a place where newbies can get started or guru's can brush up on past skills. Right now the main features are the forum and the NUM (Newbie User Manuals) sections. NUM's are files written by users on how they did something or what they used. Something written in plain engilsh, that the potential programmer can understand.
NukeZine is an online magazine combining business goals with PHP-Nuke technology to help you make the strategic decisions that affect your website's bottom line. Every month, NukeZine delivers in-depth, mission-critical editorials that reinforce the strategic side of PHP-Nuke technology and the technical aspects of smart websites design and deployment. NukeZine covers issues such as programming, installing "Nukes" (all variants, or "forks"), theme design, databases, troubleshooting, code hacking, webservers, help forums, ISP's, web hosting, testlabs and much more.
Bawlers allow you to post a project, then freelancers place bids on it along with descriptions. They have feedback and profiles that consist of previously done work. Once one if found that meets your personal specs you choose them the project auction is “frozen” until the freelancer accepts or denies the project.