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Hi I'm working on my own portfolio, and so I'd like to have some icons for technologies that I work with. So does anyone know of free icon sets that include css, php, c#, html5 and other web technology icons?

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closed as off topic by Alan Gilbertson, Jack, Farray Feb 27 '12 at 16:54

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Please see the FAQ. You can find these with a simple Google search. Try "icon sets computer free" or "computer sets icon free," depending on your preference in newspaper headlines. :) – Alan Gilbertson Dec 6 '11 at 0:51 - but still.. (-1) – Joonas Dec 6 '11 at 12:02
I have heard of google before, It's not like I didn't try to find some using google. I just spent about an hour not really finding any definite match, so I thought - there's got to be a lot of web devs that have portfolios that use icons like this, and maybe there'd be an icon pack for the technologies that I used, but apparently not really. Thank you for your kind suggestions though. – Jakob Dec 6 '11 at 17:46
@Alan- Google gives machine results, stack exchange gives trusted community results- It's patronizing to say 'use google' just because it's a searchable term- the user is obviously looking for quality results from experts on this site, and that's exactly what this site is for. – Yarin Dec 10 '11 at 15:54
@Yarin You are right but there are some scope defined for this site please see : – Jack Jan 3 '12 at 7:45
up vote 1 down vote accepted should work out for you.

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There's this set here:

Dosen't have all the languages that you are looking for but could maybe give you a head start.

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If this question had by title "how to represent web technologies in icons":

You could draw or pick (from any of the other websites in the answers) a plain button with a certain color, and write the language over it with a nice text effect (shadows, glows, your preference). HTML5 has an icon, and it's a sort of shield that says html and has a big number 5 (superman reference?). You could do something similar with css, php and c+. Perhaps you could use different colors for each language.

Some psd buttons you could use as inspiration/background:



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