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Experts Exchange (EE) is a website for people in information technology (IT) related jobs to ask each other for tech help, receive instant help via chat, hire freelancers, and browse tech jobs.
Experts Exchange went live in October 1996. The first question asked was for a "Case sensitive Win31 HTML Editor".
Later, Austin Miller and Randy Redberg took ownership of Experts Exchange, and the company was made profitable again. Experts Exchange claims to have more than 3 million solutions. Its users are mainly young to middle-aged males in the IT field. Originally, Experts Exchange could be reached by visiting expertsexchange.com, which can be read as "Expert Sex Change".
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