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iOS-Developer-Roadmap - Roadmap to becoming an iOS developer in 2018.

  •    Swift

Roadmap to becoming an iOS developer in 2018. This is a tree-like compilation of topics highly relevant to iOS development. Both image and text version are generated from human readable content file.

rust-web-developer-roadmap - Roadmap to becoming a Rust Web Developer in 2021

  •    Rust

Below you can find a chart demonstrating the path you may take and the libraries you may require to become a Rust Web Developer. This chart is made with inspiration from Golang Developer Roadmap. The purpose of this roadmap is to help beginner Rust web developers to navigate through frameworks and libraries in Rust ecosystem while staying as productive as possible. The libraries and (my personal) recommendations listed under each stage of the following roadmap has been researched to the best of my capacity. You should always do research on your end and build up a solution that best works for you.

data-engineer-roadmap - Roadmap to becoming a data engineer in 2021

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This roadmap aims to give a complete picture of the modern data engineering landscape and serve as a study guide for aspiring data engineers. Beginners shouldn’t feel overwhelmed by the vast number of tools and frameworks listed here. A typical data engineer would master a subset of these tools throughout several years depending on his/her company and career choices.




AI-Expert-Roadmap - Roadmap to becoming an Artificial Intelligence Expert in 2021

  •    Javascript

Below you find a set of charts demonstrating the paths that you can take and the technologies that you would want to adopt in order to become a data scientist, machine learning or an ai expert. We made these charts for our new employees to make them AI Experts but we wanted to share them here to help the community. If you are interested to become an AI EXPERT at AMAI in Germany, or you want to hire an AI Expert, please say hi@am.ai.

cloudformation-coverage-roadmap - The AWS CloudFormation Public Coverage Roadmap

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This is a public roadmap focused on upcoming coverage support for CloudFormation. It is focused on coverage additions to existing AWS services to be addressed by upcoming CloudFormation releases. It represents a preview of the information we provide in our existing release history documentation. Knowing about our upcoming coverage additions and priorities helps our customers plan, and we want to provide a way for our customers to help us ensure we are working on the most important requests. If you think you’ve found a potential security issue, please do not post it in the Issues. Instead, please follow the instructions here or email AWS security directly.

roadmap - GitHub public roadmap

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In this repository, you can find the official GitHub public product roadmap. Our product roadmap is where you can learn about what features we're working on, what stage they're in, and when we expect to bring them to you. Have any questions or comments about items on the roadmap? Join the discussion over on the GitHub Community Forum or share your feedback via the GitHub public feedback discussions page. The roadmap repository is for communicating GitHub’s roadmap. Existing issues are currently read-only, and we are locking conversations, as we get started. Interaction limits are also in place to ensure issues originate from GitHub. We’re planning to iterate on the format of the roadmap itself, and we see potential to engage more in discussions about the future of GitHub products and features. If you have feedback about this roadmap repository itself, such as how the issues are presented, let us know through this Share feedback page.


OpenProject - Web-based project management system built on Ruby on Rails

  •    Ruby

OpenProject is free and open source web-based project collaboration software. It supports your project teams throughout the whole project life cycle. The software is developed by an active international community, governed by the OpenProject Foundation. It helps to organize project requirements, tasks, bugs, risks etc, Assign responsibilities, Configure workflows, Agile support, Easily track the projects and much more.

awesome-quality-assurance-roadmap - :books: The starting point of your career as a Software Quality Assurance Engineer | Quality Automation Engineer :books:

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Testing is an essential phase in any product life cycle; whether if it's a food, cars, or software production line, the outcomes should match what's expected and meet, satisfy the need that we created the product for. Having a solid base of understanding how the software components work and integrate with each other as well as gaining the skills of breaking things is an essential skill-set for any QA engineer. Software testing is the art of investigating the software and finding any unintended behavior that might generate undesired scenarios.

projects - Curated collection of projects for folks looking to collaborate within the Elm ecosystem.

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Before you get started, watch this video that outlines how collaboration works in the Elm community. When you are creating a package, it would be really helpful to be able to preview them locally. This would allow you to review them and make sure everything looks okay. You could also generate docs for your own non-package code and look at it locally.

prodops-guide - The future of DevOps

  •    HTML

The goal of the ProdOps Guides is to provide teams, companies and organizations a framework to understand how software impacts business needs. We've shared our vision and priorities for this project in our roadmap.

roadmapster - [Unofficial] [Open Source] Wizeline Roadmap Github integration

  •    Ruby

Wizeline Roadmap is an excellent SaSS for fast, free (at the moment) and agile way to create beautiful roadmaps. This project is aimed to extend it's functionality by providing a way to create roadmap items based on any Github issue. This project is developed outside of Wizeline Inc. by using publicly accessible API's. There's no employment connection, payment involved or any legal tie in any form by the supporters of the project and Wizeline Inc.

software-architect-roadmap - Software architect roadmap

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In general software architect is like the architect in real-life. Hes's responsible for making high-level design decisions. The objective of this document is giving an overview about the skills required by software engineers to level up and become a software architect. Still there's no ideal skills required to be gained, but this is just a roadmap to be followed to highlight the main skills to be gained.

roadmap - Coordinating technical work & roadmapping additional services

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We track project progress using a Waffle Board and identify major goals in roadmap.md, go check them out! If you are new to the project, check out our first timer issues, which are cross-listed on up-for-grabs.net. The best place to start reading about any service is to open its server.go file. All go programs (that aren't packages) define func main() as their starting point, and for us that's always defined in server.go. Often you'll see a function called NewServerRoutes that defines any and all outward-facing http endpoints. These endpoints define what the service can do, and working backward from there is a great way to understand a service.

hacker-roadmap - :pushpin: A guide for amateurs pen testers and a collection of hacking tools, resources and references to practice ethical hacking, pen testing and web security

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This repository is a guide for amateurs pen testers and a summary of hacking tools, resources and references to practice ethical hacking, pen testing and web security. Most of these tools are UNIX compatible and MIT licensed. Note that Linux is the best operating system to practice ethical hacking. Penetration testing is a type of security testing that is used to test the insecurity of an application. It is conducted to find the security risk which might be present in the system.

development - The future development of Micro

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This is the future development of Micro. Micro is the simplest way to build microservices. Our goal is to continue on this mission in an open and collaborative way with the community. Up until now most of our ideas and development have revolved around discussions in Slack. This useful for realtime collaboration so we can move quickly but often means not everyone gets to contribute or we don't have a history for others to go back and look at to understand how we got to where we are.






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