Resources

curated by the community

  1. 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.

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

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

  3. 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

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

    Images that help explain the basics of color theory

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

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

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

  9. 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

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

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

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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()

  14. 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

  15. https://gto76.github.io/python-cheatsheet
    07-03-2019

    Simple, yet comprehensive overview of Python’s native types that cover common operations against them

  16. https://github.com/cssanimation/css-animation-101
    07-03-2019

    This book gives you a solid introduction to the topic, combining theory with practical lessons. You’ll learn how, and why to use animation on your web pages and hopefully be inspired to try it on your own projects!

  17. https://scrimba.com/playlist/p7P5Hd
    07-03-2019

    A free video series that teaches you the ins and outs of React. There are 48 videos in total

  18. https://pinegrow.com/courses/learn-css-grid-with-pinegrow/
    07-03-2019

    Free video course on css grid

  19. http://projectpython.net/chapter00/
    07-03-2019

    A very cool website that will teach you Python with interactive sections.

  20. https://github.com/odykyi/javascript-idiosyncrasies
    07-03-2019

    A collection of things in JavaScript that may not be well recognized, espcially to beginners.