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    Which kind of images will fit for programming articles?

    Hi,
    I am a blogger that writes article about web programming. This is my website: Web Development is Easy!.
    Those days I am building a complete new website for my blog. One of the things I want to do is to add an image for each blog post.
    The image has to be meaningful for the content (and of course be free for share and reuse).
    The problem is that each post is about programming and code. My articles have titles like "JavaScript Promises and AngularJS $q Service" or "Service Providers in AngularJS and Logger Implementation". I really don't know what kind of images will fit to my blog....
    I can put images of code, but this will be very boring. I want to do something interesting that will catch the eye and will help my users recognize an article by it's image.

    What do you think?
    Have any idea?

    Thanks a lot,
    NaorYe

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    If you go to an image vendor like 123rf.com, they sell royalty free images - do a search for "web development concept" or "web code" . They do require you to attribute the image if you're using it in a blog post, but that's easy to do, they give you the code when you but the image.
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