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Vishwas Tyagi
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5 Useful Resources That Are Worth Your Time

Here are a few articles and video courses that are worth your time:

  1. "Productivity Porn." Caleb Schoepp coined the term to describe anything that, after consumption, makes you feel productive when, in reality, you didn't do anything. It stimulates you without even performing the act, just like regular pornography. Read this article by Caleb Schoepp about productivity porn, examples, and its effects in real life. (5 minute read):

  2. System design is one of the first decisions we can make when building a system. System design is the process of defining the architecture, interfaces, and data for a system that meets specific requirements. This comprehensive course will teach you almost everything about the system design process, including the OSI model, CDN, databases, and so on. (3.2 hour read):

  3. Docker is an open platform for developing, shipping, and running applications. In this course, you will gain a thorough understanding of the concepts as well as a comprehensive overview of how Docker is used throughout the software development process. The course is a combination of animated theoretical explanations and hands-on demonstrations that you can follow along with. (2.7 hour YouTube course):

  4. Python is the fastest-growing programming language among developers, and companies are using it in almost every industry, such as machine learning and web development. If you want to become a Python developer and looking for a complete 2022 Python Developer RoadMap then this illustrated guide is for you. (8 minute read):

  5. JavaScript can be used to create a wide variety of games. And JavaScript games can run on almost any device that has a web browser. This course will teach you how to create 2D games using HTML, CSS, and plain vanilla JavaScript, with no frameworks or libraries. (9.6 hour YouTube course):

Quote: “Focus on being productive instead of busy.” — Tim Ferriss

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Cheers and see you in the next one! ✌️

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