Mischa Spiegelmock edited this page Jul 14, 2017 · 13 revisions

Further Reading

Being a good software engineer is more than just learning some skills. Staying up to date with libraries, operating systems, hardware, security and smart people is a requirement. Here's some recommended freqently-updated sites:

  • Mischa Spiegelmock Institute of News - A collection of excellent RSS feeds about technology updated every few minutes. Make this your homepage.
  • Machine Learning Libraries - A curated list of awesome Machine Learning frameworks, libraries and software.
  • Hey Designer! - Giant pile of excellent web designer resources and articles.
  • A List Apart - Articles by bad-ass designers on creating good user experiences, web design best practices, and how to work with designers.
  • Learning JavaScript - Bunch of resources for anyone who wants to learn web frontend design and engineering.
  • Learn to code - Articles for beginners on making web applications and more general useful info.
  • Linux Weekly News - This site has tons and tons of articles on development, security, open source communities and linux kernel development, updated weekly. I pay to read the latest articles and it's 100% worth it.
  • Slashdot - Sometimes really retarded, but a mostly outstanding feed of the latest technology developments. Sorta like google news for big dorks.
  • Khan Academy - Pretty much the most amazing thing on the internet. Free learning on anything you want to know.
  • Here is a quick interactive tutorial on Vim
  • Starting a new job
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