Github is more than a version control service, it's place where developer contributes to the Community. Github is the ultimate place where you'll find some amazing free and ultimate resources for everything, from eBook to tutorials to lectures to projects and more. I have gathered list of some of the amazing Github Repository you can't miss to bookmark.
When learning CS, there are some useful sites you must know to get always informed to do your technologies even better and learn new things. Here is a non-exhaustive list of some sites you should visit. Contains: Articles, tutorials, jobs, eBooks, english improvement, podcasts and more.
gProfiler combines multiple sampling profilers to produce unified visualization of what your CPU is spending time on, displaying stack traces of your processes across native programs1 (includes Golang), Java and Python runtimes, and kernel routines.
gProfiler can upload its results to the Granulate Performance Studio, which aggregates the results from different instances over different periods of time and can give you a holistic view of what is happening on your entire cluster. To upload results, you will have to register and generate a token on the website.
gProfiler runs on Linux.
The Big List of Naughty Strings is an evolving list of strings which have a high probability of causing issues when used as user-input data. This is intended for use in helping both automated and manual QA testing; useful for whenever your QA engineer walks into a bar.
Visit -> Big list of naughty strings
A curated list of screencasts, recordings of user group gatherings and conference talks available online.
Visit -> Awesome talks
This repository is a collection of various materials and tools that many people use every day in my work. It contains a lot of useful information gathered in one piece.
Visit -> the-book-of-secret-knowledge
This is my multi-month study plan for going from web developer (self-taught, no CS degree) to software engineer for a large company.
Visit -> coding-interview-university
This is technically awesome. Front software development to hardware contains everything.
Visit -> Awesome
- this repository is a summary and curation of the top-ranked content on Node.js best practices, as well as content written here by collaborators.
Visit -> NodeJS Best practice
Visit -> WTFjs
Visit -> Real World
Developers and Open Source authors now have a massive amount of services offering free tiers, but it can be hard to find them all to make informed decisions.
This is a list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings that have free tiers for developers.
Visit -> Free For DEV
Visit -> The Algorithms/Python
A curated list of awesome Python frameworks, libraries, software, and resources.
Visit -> Awesome Python
Visit -> awesome-learning-resources
Carefully curated content to help you ace your next technical interview, with a focus on algorithms. System design questions are in-progress. Besides the usual algorithm questions, other awesome stuffs.
Visit -> Tech Interview Handbook
The Front-End Checklist is an exhaustive list of all elements you need to have / to test before launching your website / HTML page to production.
Visit -> Front-End-Checklist
Visit -> Project guidelines
Visit -> 30 Seconds of Code
Security engineering is the discipline of building secure systems.
Its lessons are not just applicable to computer security. In fact, in this repo, I aim to document a process for securing anything, whether it's a medieval castle, an art museum, or a computer network.
Visit -> How to secure anything
Visit -> CSS ProTips
Visit -> Public APIs
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