This repo is inspired by the book with the same name by Uncle Bob. If you don’t like to read the book then this repo is for you!
We all know that bad code can work because we all have written bad code. It is normal to write bad code. Having a guide to show you what is bad code can help you to write good code.
Free-for.dev is a GitHub repo listing out free services for developers:
Developers and open-source authors now have a massive amount of services offering free tiers, but it can be hard to find them all in order to make informed decisions.
This is list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings that have free tiers for developers.
So many things are listed that I’m certain you’ll find some useful software here.
3. List of Free Learning Resources
This repository has a whopping 135,000 stars on GitHub and definitely is one of the most-loved curations out there.
It offers lots and lots of freely available programming books, screencasts, podcasts, and even online courses of all sorts. If you are looking for learning materials — look no further!
4. Awesome First PR Opportunities
This repository is a must-visit for web devs, especially newbie devs who have no experience in open-source projects. Contributing to open source allows you to mingle with the lovely community, share knowledge, be a better developer and maybe eventually get a good job.
A common hurdle is that things can get a bit overwhelming in the beginning. This repository lists open-source projects that are known for or currently have beginner-friendly issues that you can tackle.
As the name suggests, this GitHub repo gives you an interview question every day. Ultimately allowing you to gain some keen insights on the tech questions thrown at you during interviews.
Although this website is in Chinese, Google translate will help you.
I hope that this list of repositories is useful to all of you. If you have a favorite repo that is not on this list, please do comment below.