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Nikhil Savalgi
Nikhil Savalgi

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Websites Every Programmer Should Know

When i was learning Computer Science, there are some useful sites that I came across. Here is a non-exhaustive list of some sites you should visit. This list will get updated as soon as I can get another link, but you can also contribute by adding those you know πŸ˜‰.

When you get stuck

1. Codementor : A mentorship community to learn from fellow
developers via live 1:1 help and more.
2. devRant : Community where you can rant and release your stress
3. Google : A search engine for anything you get stuck with.
4. Stack Overflow : subscribe to their weekly newsletter and any other topic which you find interesting.

Coding practice for beginners

  1. freeCodeCamp: Learn to code and build projects for nonprofits. Build your full stack web development portfolio today
  2. Blackbird School: Learn to code online with our beginner-friendly platform.
  3. Reddit.com/r/dailyprogrammer: interesting programming challenges where you can learn from looking at other's code, even if you are not able to solve code you can look at how others solved.
  4. InterviewBit | Coding Interview Questions : Gamifies the experience of practicing for your interview and includes lots of sample problems to solve.
  5. Lod-Cloud: The Linking Open Data cloud diagram
  6. Pramp: It's your turn to be the interviewer. when done, click on the swap roles button on the left
  7. treehouse: The fast, easy, and affordable way to build your skills.
  8. GeeksforGeeks: Learn to code, Study for placement, Do competitive coding.
  9. edabit: Practice coding via various small challenges.
  10. Learn Git Branching : Learn and practice git commands in an interactive way.

Jobs

  1. AngelList: AngelList is a website for startups, angel investors, and job-seekers looking to work at startups.
  2. CareerBuilder: CareerBuilder is one of the largest job boards, providing job listings, resume posting, and career advice and resources to job seekers.
  3. Dice: Dice is the leading site for tech job seekers. You can search by company, job title, keyword, employment type, and location.
  4. Glassdoor: Find the job that's right for you. Search all the open positions on the web. Get your own personalized salary estimate.
  5. Indeed: Find international jobs on Indeed and get a market salary for your dedication and devotion.
  6. SimplyHired: Simply Hired is a free job search engine (and mobile app) that takes the hassle out of getting hired and provides you with all the information you need to make a sound career move.
  7. Undercover Recruiter: Become Recruiter, Candidate or Employer. You can get your job easily here.
  8. Who is Hiring: An awesome resource for searching, filtering, and finding new and attractive jobs according to your needs and interests.
  9. ZipRecruiter: The Smartest Way to Get Hired.
  10. RemoteML : Remote Machine Learning jobs.
  11. Linkedin jobs : A very nice research tool for programming jobs

Top comments (3)

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Keff

NO, not every programmer should know them... they might be useful to some of them though

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Abdelhadi

ZipRecruiter, the spam masters

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Asad Anik

Awesome

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