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terminals-are-sexy - 💥 A curated list of Terminal frameworks, plugins & resources for CLI lovers.

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A curated list of Terminal frameworks, plugins & resources for CLI lovers. Check out my blog and follow me on Twitter.

awesome-cheatsheets - 超级速查表 - 编程语言、框架和开发工具的速查表,单个文件包含一切你需要知道的东西 :zap:

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超级速查表 - 编程语言、框架和开发工具的速查表,单个文件包含一切你需要知道的东西 :zap:

awesome-solidity - :small_blue_diamond: A curated list of awesome Solidity resources, libraries, tools and more

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A curated list of awesome Solidity resources, libraries, tools and more. Please check the contribution guidelines for info on formatting and writing pull requests.




awesome-no-login-web-apps - 🚀 Awesome (free) web apps that work without login

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Curated list of awesome web apps that work without requesting you to create an account. To save the world from creating user accounts and installing software applications for every damn thing.

awesome-home-assistant - A curated list of amazingly awesome Home Assistant resources.

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Home Assistant is an open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first. Powered by a worldwide community of tinkerers and DIY enthusiasts. Perfect to run on a Raspberry Pi or a local server. Awesome Home Assistant is a curated list of awesome Home Assistant resources. Additional software, tutorials, custom components, Hassio add-ons, custom Lovelace panels, cookbooks, example setups, and much more.

awesome-python-talks - :clapper: :mortar_board: An opinionated list of awesome videos related to Python, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience

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An opinionated list of awesome videos related to Python, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience. Python 3.3: Trust Me, It's Better than 2.7 [35 + 5 min, PyCon US 2013, slides] – A comprehensive overview of new features in Python 3.0 to 3.3, so you know what you need to read about.


awesome-dropwizard

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Please take a quick look at the contribution guidelines first. Support for your favorite editors.

montreal - A directory of companies, people, and projects that are Open Source and from Montréal.

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Generally, I've found that the Open Source community is just that - a community. People who contribute to open source code often do so because they know other contributors personally, they use each other's code, or they met someone at an event who pointed them to something. You'll find that a lot of open source projects are city specific - frequent attenders of meetups tend to hear about the same projects, learn about the same companies doing open source, and contribute in the same way. Montreal is no exception. If you're interested in Open Source, it's likely you ended up one day at Notman House. If you're learning to code, it's likely you've heard of Les Pitonneux. If you're building an open source business, you might know that Shopify was cofounded by a Quebecois. If you're a gamer, you might know that Ubisoft's Prince Of Persia was made here, and that the original source code is on GitHub.