atmanos’ nerd resources
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Information should be free for personal consumption.
Software Development/Generic Comp Sci:
Hiring Without Whiteboards
List of companies that do not use leetcode-esque CS trivia in their interview process. If you find that kind of thing toxic and non-representative of real-world software dev, these companies might be for you.
cassidoo's "Getting a Gig"
Small but good overview of tips to help you get a job in software
Has a fair amount of resources, e.g. guides, problem sets, mock interviews, etc.
Online courses for webdev/frontend development.
Interactive editor, live preview, all the good stuff.
"Costs" $30, but you can get a no-questions refund
if you request it within a month.
Courses on a wide variety of languages/frameworks.
"Free" but only for a couple of courses. I believe most beginner courses are free, so not a bad place to start.
DWise1’s sockets programming site
Amazing resource on sockets programming (in C, but the concepts are universal)
Accesible to entry-level. Explains basic TCP/IP concepts, some OSI layers, etc.
Written before wide adoption of IPv6, so it only focuses on IPv4. Still very useful in my opinion.
He lists some great books and resources
Great graphical network simulator. Can use Cisco IOS or any other internetworking .bin.
Just a good tool to have if you're trying to get experience with industry tech, without shelling out tons of cash.
Terribly underrated little webtool, stumbled across it one time and it’s amazing.
Tons of different operations
tons of other very useful stuff that’s nice to have in a webapp.
Great IDE, highly extensible with a lot of great plugins
They run a great
youtube channel where they showcase neat VSCode features, tutorials, and other interesting tech stuff.
Great regex webapp for experimenting, testing, and replacing.
Has dynamically generated explanations of the regex string, useful for beginners.
Great webapp for image operations.
Simple transforms, reverse search, EXIF extract, etc.
Tiny C Compiler
Can reach up to 9x faster than gcc
1 I have this in paperback, but don't have it in ebook format. There's a lot of great resources to get started with networking, so I don't think it matters which one.
2 Compilation speed for the Links Browser project
Torrent at your own risk. Don't be stupid. Use a VPN. T
Book or resource that was recommended to me, haven't personally used/read. R Some of the books are in .epub format. I prefer it, but some ebook readers don't have support. Just be aware of that!