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getting-a-gig - Guide for getting a gig as a tech major.


Hey friends! This is a guide for getting a gig in college as a tech major. I graduated May 2014 with 10 job offers after having 5 internships throughout my four years of college. You can do that, too. Because you're great. Your resume is your personal summary sheet. Your resume is the thing that gets your foot in the door. So, there's a few things you should do (and not do) to make it as awesome as you are.

alexa-app - A framework for Alexa (Amazon Echo) apps using Node.js

  •    Javascript

You're reading the documentation for the next release of alexa-app, which should be 4.3.0. Please see CHANGELOG and make sure to read UPGRADING when upgrading from a previous version. The current stable release is 4.2.3. This module parses HTTP JSON requests from the Alexa platform and builds the JSON response that consumed by an Alexa-compatible device, such as the Echo.

warriorjs - 🏰 An exciting game of programming and Artificial Intelligence

  •    Javascript

In WarriorJS, you are a warrior climbing a tall tower to reach The JavaScript Sword at the top level. Legend has it that the sword bearer becomes enlightened in the JavaScript language, but be warned: the journey will not be easy. On each floor, you need to write JavaScript to instruct the warrior to battle enemies, rescue captives, and reach the stairs alive... Although there is some in-game documentation, at some point you may want to visit the official docs.

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.

devportfolio - A lightweight, customizable single-page personal portfolio website template built with JavaScript and Sass

  •    CSS

This repo contains an easy-to-customize personal dev portfolio template that was created with Sass and JavaScript. It is lightweight and fully responsive, as well as comes with the Bootstrap grid system and loaded with Font Awesome. The site is static and comes production ready if you just want to add your information and go. Alternatively, you can edit styles, colours, and scripts fairly easily. The site was built as modular as possible to make it easy to shift around styles and content. To view a live demo, click here.

interpy-zh - 📘《Python进阶》(Intermediate Python 中文版)

  •    CSS

📘《Python进阶》(Intermediate Python 中文版)

mycroft-skills - A repository for sharing and collaboration for third-party Mycroft skills development

  •    HTML

The official home of Skills for the Mycroft ecosystem. These Skills are written by both the MycroftAI team and others within the Community. If you are building Skills, please ensure that you use the Meta Editor for your README.md file. The Skills list is generated from parsing the README.md files.

H5Skills - 移动端开发技巧集合



alexa-assistant - Implementation of the Google Assistant SDK as an Alexa skill

  •    Javascript

The skill is hosted on AWS which is an Amazon service. The usage of this skill is free for many thousands of requests however Amazon still require a credit card incase you start using their services beyond the free limits. Your credit card details stay with Amazon - neither I nor any other developers can access them. If you wish to reproduce the installation instructions hosted on your own website (I really wish you wouldn't as it makes my life very difficult to support and update the skill) then you may do so and link to my Cloudformation template (and consequently the zips on my S3 buckets) provided that there is no monetisation on the page e.g. adverts. If you do wish to have monetisation then you will need to create your own instructions and host your own Cloudformation template and associated zip files.

alexa-skills-kit-sdk-for-python - The Alexa Skills Kit SDK for Python helps you get a skill up and running quickly, letting you focus on skill logic instead of boilerplate code

  •    Python

The ASK SDK for Python makes it easier for you to build highly engaging skills, by allowing you to spend more time on implementing features and less on writing boiler-plate code. The SDK works on model classes rather than native Alexa JSON requests and responses. These model classes are generated using the Request, Response JSON schemas from the developer docs.

chatskills - Run and debug Alexa skills on the command-line

  •    Javascript

Run Alexa apps on the command-line. Run them in Slack. Run them anywhere! Supports Amazon Alexa skills and intents. Chatskills does not require a server and can run directly in the console. It can also run on the web, or Slack, or anywhere. It handles requests from multiple users and maintains session memory. When a user starts a conversation with one of the skills, the skill continues to execute within a session context, until the skill terminates.

jovo-sample-voice-app-nodejs - Sample Voice App that uses the Jovo Framework to create a "Hello World" Alexa Skill and Google Action

  •    Javascript

Jovo is a development framework for cross-platform voice apps. Use this repository as a starting point to create a voice application for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. In this guide, you will learn how to create a "Hello World" voice app for both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.

aleksa - Aleksa is a small framework for writing Alexa Skills in Kotlin

  •    Kotlin

Aleksa is a small framework for writing Alexa Skills in Kotlin. Run it with --interface --port 8080 --dev. Now you can test the skill with curl or some other tool at the url

software-architect-roadmap - Software architect roadmap


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.

awesome-libraries - :sunglasses: Libraries that are being shown in Sourcerer profiles.

  •    Javascript

Sourcerer is looking to understand engineer's work from source code, and connect engineers via expertise. An important part of our effort is analysis of library use. This repository maintains list of libraries that Sourcerer recognizes. If you have a minute, please make a PR that adds your favorite libraries. Our community will appreciate it. Sourcerer analyses commits in a variety of ways. It detects programming languages, uses various heuristics to discover interesting facts about an engineer, looks into team work, and so on. What Sourcerer finds can be easily seen in a Sourcerer profile, for example https://sourcerer.io/adnanrahic or https://sourcerer.io/sergey . A big part of what Sourcerer does is library analysis. For every line of code that Sourcerer looks at, it runs a machine learning algorithm that detects if this line uses any particular library. It allows to present library stats, but it also tells Sourcerer a lot about the purpose of the code. For instance, if it sees you you use node.js a lot, you probably do web developemnt work. Similarly, tensorflow use points to neural networks, etc.

violet-conversations - Sophisticated Conversational Applications/Bots on Amazon's Alexa

  •    Javascript

For easily deployable sample code see the violet-samples project. Violet provides support for building sophisticated conversational apps/bots on Amazon's Alexa. Conversations are built via scripts, and Violet provides a conversation engine that runs as an Alexa Skill.

violet-samples - Sample for Voice Apps/Bots using Voilet

  •    Javascript

violet-samples is a list of example voice app/bot scripts (powered-by violet-conversations). This project is configured to create a skill at the alexa/einstein end point. This project contains a number of Scripts that we have built and can be used as the basis of your Voice Application. To use the Scripts, they need to run in the cloud so that Amazon's voice servers can access it. These can also be run locally via a non-voice (web-only) interface.

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