GitHub is an absolute goldmine of quality learning resources.
Here is the list of the best 7 repos to learn.
Coding Interview University
Complete computer science study plan to become a software engineer
Multi-month study plan, organized well
Web Dev For Beginners by Microsoft
24 Lessons, 12 Weeks, WebDev course
Created by devs at Microsoft
22 interactive software development roadmaps
Incredibly helpful resource for pathway guidance
Free For Dev
list of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings that have free tiers of interest to devops
Free tier plan details for an endless list of DevOps services
See how the exact same website Medium.com clone is built using different frontends and backends.
Helpful for understanding other technologies in depth
Tech Interview Handbook
Curated coding interview preparation materials for busy software engineers
Practice questions, interviewing techniques, and more
Free Programming Books
Free learning resources In many languages
Good UX, organized well
Top comments (8)
Why not add the links to the article sections? And save us the hassle of clicking on a video link that aggregates the links? That said, the hype in the headline is just that. None look like repos I wished I'd seen earlier, but that's just me. I'm sure they're fine repos. Just not exciting me like a kid in a candy shop, is all.
Probably he's looking for more traffic on YouTube...
By the way I'm not the owner of the channel my friend.
oh, that's ok! So I suggest you put the links of the repos and the YT videos. The role of the creators is cure the content, not just copy & paste videos they like them ;)
I'm sorry if this content bothering to you.
But please note that this channel is not for me I just find it on YouTube and as a developer see the resources are very useful for me and I shared them as it is because I guess I think that the owner of the channel has to take his right.
What I do is just see the video and share link of the channel.
All the best.
I am also not able to see their links better to have a link to those repos too, though we can directly navigate and can review it more in deep.
I've been reading lately that some companies are getting away from coding interviews, not sure how wide-spread that is.