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knowledge-repo - A next-generation curated knowledge sharing platform for data scientists and other technical professions

  •    Python

The Knowledge Repository project is focused on facilitating the sharing of knowledge between data scientists and other technical roles using data formats and tools that make sense in these professions. It provides various data stores (and utilities to manage them) for "knowledge posts", with a particular focus on notebooks (R Markdown and Jupyter / IPython Notebook) to better promote reproducible research.Check out this Medium Post for the inspiration for the project.

reality - Comprehensive data proxy to knowledge about real world

  •    Ruby

Reality is experimental Ruby library/set of libraries to provide uniform query access to heterogenous web API, with accent on real-world knowledge ones. It emphasizes simplicity of data access and interoperability of data from various sources. The ultimate goal is to make the world inspectable and computable.

test-your-sysadmin-skills - A collection of *nix Sysadmin Test Questions and Answers for Interview/Exam (2018 Edition)


ℹ️ This project contains 250 test questions and answers that can be used as a test your knowledge or during an interview/exam for position such as *nix System Administrator. ✔️ The answers are only examples and do not exhaust the whole topic. Most of them contains useful resources for a deeper understanding.

proselint - A linter for prose.

  •    Python

Writing is notoriously hard, even for the best writers, and it's not for lack of good advice — a tremendous amount of knowledge about the craft is strewn across usage guides, dictionaries, technical manuals, essays, pamphlets, websites, and the hearts and minds of great authors and editors. But poring over Strunk & White hardly makes one a better writer — it turns you into neither Strunk nor White. And nobody has the capacity to apply all the advice from Garner’s Modern American Usage, a 975-page usage guide, to everything they write. In fact, the whole notion that one becomes a better writer by reading advice on writing rests on untenable assumptions about learning and memory. The traditional formats of knowledge about writing are thus essentially inert, waiting to be transformed. proselint places the world’s greatest writers and editors by your side, where they whisper suggestions on how to improve your prose. You’ll be guided by advice inspired by Bryan Garner, David Foster Wallace, Chuck Palahniuk, Steve Pinker, Mary Norris, Mark Twain, Elmore Leonard, George Orwell, Matthew Butterick, William Strunk, E.B. White, Philip Corbett, Ernest Gowers, and the editorial staff of the world’s finest literary magazines and newspapers, among others. Our goal is to aggregate knowledge about best practices in writing and to make that knowledge immediately accessible to all authors in the form of a linter for prose.

learn-anything - Organize world's knowledge, explore connections and curate learning paths

  •    TypeScript

The vision of project is to create the best platform possible for learning any topic as well as finding & building novel ideas together. Please read our roadmap where we outline the problems we want to solve with building this platform and how we plan to solve them.

Ephyra - Question Answering System

  •    Java

Ephyra is a modular and extensible framework for open domain question answering (QA). The system retrieves accurate answers to natural language questions from the Web and other sources. The goal is to give researchers the opportunity to develop new QA techniques without worrying about the end-to-end system.

Documize Community - Modern Confluence alternative designed for internal & external docs, built with Golang + EmberJS

  •    Go

Documize Community is an open source modern, lightweight alternative to Confluence. It is built for technical and non-technical users, Designed to unify both customer-facing and internal documentation. It supports Organization through labels, spaces and categories.

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

  •    Shell

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.

blogs - Awesome Blogs


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knowledge - Front-end knowledge hierarchy

  •    CoffeeScript

Front-end knowledge hierarchy (zh-CN)

chronicle - Public append-only ledger microservice built with Slim Framework

  •    PHP

Chronicle is a self-hostable microservice, built with Slim Framework, which enables authorized users to commit arbitrary data to an immutable, append-only public ledger. Chronicle is superior to "blockchain" solutions for most real-world technical problems that don't involve proofs-of-work or Byzantine fault tolerance.

PersonalWiki - :notebook: A simple personal wiki of my current knowledge

  •    C

In fact, Einstein claimed never to memorize anything which could be looked up in less than two minutes. Therefore, that book is your NOTE of your life. In order to organize all the knowledge I have learned, I wrote this note for me to revise all the knowledge.

wikidata - Scripts for Wikidata

  •    Python

Scripts for Wikidata.To run these scripts, you need to install pywikibot.

knowledge - combining wikidata and clojure core.logic

  •    Clojure

A Clojure experimental library combining wikidata and clojure core.logic. Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.

awesome-tech-talks - :mortar_board: :clapper: An opinionated list of awesome videos related to IT / development topics, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience


An opinionated list of awesome videos related to IT / development topics, with a focus on training and gaining hands-on experience. Note that "development" and "operations" category entries can be equally useful to both administrators and developers, and be it only to get a glimpse across the fence (or wall, most often). The Impact of Leveraging Open Source [51 min, Devoxx Belgium 2017] – Very nice introduction to Open Source (in the enterprise) and its major licenses by Jeff Strauss, an actual (but recovering) lawyer.

tidbits - Bits and pieces of knowledge


I'm re-learning a bunch of things and also just trying to make sure anything new/useful/interesting I learn I have documented and noted down somewhere for easy reference. Why? because its so damn annoying when you have to solve the same problem / look for a bit of information and you can't remember where you wrote it down.....maybe that's just me.

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