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    Default Favorite IRC channels?

    Just started exploring the world of IRC and was wondering if anyone had any favorite channels they found helpful or cool.
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    Well, depends what you're looking for.
    I for one use the Freenode network.
    any programming language, security / virtualization platform you can think of has a channel there.
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    I'm in a few on the Freenode network too:

    #juniper
    #cisco
    #vmware
    #packetpushers
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    Well damn, I've been on IRC about 18 years now wow.. it aint what it used to be. I'm in #cisco on freenode / #windows-server and #vmware

    dalnet used to be good, but I havent seen much action out of it in years. Freenode I think is the best for the geek
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    IRC is great. I've been on it for about 10 years now. It depends on your interest. For networking I enjoy #cisco, for linux it depends on the distro. I like #slackware and #centos.
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    I don't get on IRC too often these days but if I do it's usually on freenode; #cyanogenmod, #archlinux, #powershell.
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    Stopped using IRC years and years ago. Will have to give it another go.
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    I use IRC all the time, but it's for work and nothing tech related.
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