Resources

curated by the community

  1. https://icons8.com/line-awesome
    11-03-2019

    Pretty cool modern icons for use in your projects. The license requires attribution, so if you use the icons, you must provide a link back to the project.

  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFl2mCHdv24
    10-07-2019

    A comprehensive introduction to docker. This video covers: what docker is, vm vs docker, dockerfiles/images/containers, docker hub, creating a dockerfile, building an image, running a container, mounting volumes, and one process per container

  3. https://tutorialedge.net/golang/go-waitgroup-tutorial/
    10-06-2019

    A very simple overview of how waitgroups work in golang.

  4. https://dev.to/httpspauline/20-vs-code-shortcuts-to-speed-up-your-flow-2egk
    10-05-2019

    A list of very useful VSCode shortcuts.

  5. https://polypane.rocks/blog/the-perfect-responsive-menu-2019/
    09-23-2019

    A quick tutorial on how to build the `perfect` hamburger menu

  6. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kNzG0T44SI&feature=share
    09-23-2019

    This tutorial on the foundations of Python coroutines in order to understand async programming is the first of a two part tutorial.

  7. https://adamsilver.io/articles/where-to-put-buttons-in-forms/
    09-17-2019

    A brief overview of the ideal placement for buttons in an html form.

  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDKUq38H2jk
    09-06-2019

    Cool, easy to follow, video that covers the basics of shifting numbers

  9. https://wattenberger.com/blog/d3
    09-06-2019

    This site links to many resources that will help you get a better understanding of how to utilize D3.js. There is a lot here

  10. https://imgur.com/gallery/6w6geA1
    09-05-2019

    Images that help explain the basics of color theory

  11. https://medium.com/design-with-figma/10-tips-on-using-components-in-figma-c7db9c5e7fe1
    09-05-2019

    Tips on how to use components in Figma

  12. https://medium.com/@sirajul.anik/easy-peasy-rabbitmq-squeezy-820b1c632465
    08-28-2019

    An in depth look at what RabbitMQ is and how all of the pieces work together

  13. https://tile38.com
    08-13-2019

    A free server that can scale to handle your real-time geofencing and other geo-related needed. They also include a bunch of sample code that shows how to interface with this lib from various languages

  14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ww1UsGZV8fQ
    08-06-2019

    Video on how to use too patch to your advantage in your code.

  15. https://www.interviewcake.com/article/python/big-o-notation-time-and-space-complexity
    08-02-2019

    A primer on Big-O Notation. The simple and clear examples illustrate how to determine the worst case runtime of a given algorithm

  16. https://stevegrunwell.com/blog/demystifying-regular-expressions/
    07-03-2019

    A primer on regex, it doesn’t have to be hard

  17. https://csswizardry.com/2019/03/cache-control-for-civilians/
    07-03-2019

    Cache-Control for Civilians. The best request is the one that never happens: in the fight for fast websites, avoiding the network is far better than hitting the network at all. To this end, having a solid caching strategy can make all the difference for your visitors.

  18. https://realpython.com/read-write-files-python/
    07-03-2019

    One of the most common tasks that you can do with Python is reading and writing files. Whether it’s writing to a simple text file, reading a complicated server log, or even analyzing raw byte data, all of these situations require reading or writing a file.

  19. https://medium.com/@alex_permyakov/15-useful-javascript-examples-of-map-reduce-and-filter-74cbbb5e0a1f
    07-03-2019

    15 Useful JavaScript Examples of .map(), .reduce() and .filter()

  20. https://pythonhosted.org/python-geoip/
    07-03-2019

    A python2 library that will allow you to get geo info from an ipaddress. For python3 support install pip install python-geoip-python3