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hiring-without-whiteboards - ⭐️ Companies that don't have a broken hiring process

  •    Javascript

A listing of companies (or teams) that don't do "whiteboard" interviews. "Whiteboards" is used as a metaphor, and is a symbol for the kinds of CS trivia questions that are associated with bad interview practices. Whiteboards are not bad – CS trivia questions are. Using sites like HackerRank/LeetCode probably fall into a similar category. The companies and teams listed here use interview techniques and questions that resemble day-to-day work – for example pairing on a real world problem, or a paid/unpaid take home exercise. Read (and contribute to) our recommendations for ways to conduct better interviews.

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

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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.

awesome-scalability - Scalable, Available, Stable, Performant, and Intelligent System Design Patterns

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An updated and curated list of readings to illustrate best practices and patterns in building scalable, available, stable, performant, and intelligent large-scale systems. Concepts are explained in the articles of prominent engineers and credible references. Case studies are taken from battle-tested systems that serve millions to billions of users. Understand your problems: scalability problem (fast for a single user but slow under heavy load) or performance problem (slow for a single user) by reviewing some design principles and checking how scalability and performance problems are solved at tech companies. The section of intelligence are created for those who work with data and machine learning at big (data) and deep (learning) scale.

engineering-blogs - A curated list of engineering blogs

  •    Ruby

Contributions welcome! Read the contribution guidelines first. Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.




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.

videojs-youtube - YouTube playback technology for Video.js

  •    Javascript

You can use bower (bower install videojs-youtube), npm (npm install videojs-youtube) or the source and build it using npm run build. Then, the only file you need is dist/Youtube.min.js. Use branch vjs4 if you still using old VideoJS v4.x.

AcademicContent - Free tech resources for faculty, students, researchers, life-long learners, and academic community builders for use in tech based courses, workshops, and hackathons

  •    Jupyter

The content and the code in this repo are intended for computer science instruction as a collaboration with Microsoft developer advocates and Faculty / Students under the MIT license. Please check back regularly for updated versions. This repo provides technical resources to help students and faculty learn about Azure and teach others. The content covers cross-platform scenarios in AI and machine learning, data science, web development, mobile app dev, internet of things, and DevOps. It also includes interesting tech talks and engaging, fun tech challenges that Microsoft leads at student hackathons and Imagine Cup.

scaphandre - ⚡ Electrical power consumption metrology agent

  •    Rust

Scaphandre [skafɑ̃dʁ] is a metrology agent dedicated to electrical power consumption metrics. The goal of the project is to permit to any company or individual to measure the power consumption of its tech services and get this data in a convenient form, sending it through any monitoring or data analysis toolchain. Scaphandre means heavy diving suit in 🇫🇷. It comes from the idea that tech related services often don't track their power consumption and thus don't expose it to their clients. Most of the time the reason is a presumed bad ROI. Scaphandre makes, for tech providers and tech users, easier and cheaper to go under the surface to bring back the desired power consumption metrics, take better sustainability focused decisions, and then show the metrics to their clients to allow them to do the same.


tech.finn.no - Our technology blog

  •    HTML

Developers at FINN blogging about tech. You can also find us on Twitter @FINN_tech. We are using Jekyll. Read more about it here. You need Ruby to run the project. It will work out of the box on Mac. If you are on another platform check out the installation.

greek-in-tech - Learn which words used on modern computing and software engineering, come straight from the greek language/mythology

  •    Javascript

Learn which words used on modern computing and software engineering, come straight from the greek language/mythology. Visit greekintech.com to read all entries. All entries.

remote-jobs-germany - 👨‍💻 A list of semi to fully remote-friendly 🇩🇪 companies in or around tech

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A list of semi to fully remote-friendly companies in or around tech. Contributions are very welcome! Pull requests will be accepted if the company is at least partially remote, they are added in alphabetical order in the list, and are added with a website.

dylanninin.github.com - Personal blog powered by GitHub Pages

  •    Ruby

0.3.0 - stable and versioned using semantic versioning. NOTE: 0.3.0 introduces a new theme which is not backwards compatible in the sense it won't look like the old version. However, the actual API has not changed at all. You might want to run 0.3.0 in a branch to make sure you are ok with the theme design changes.

tech-blogs - A curated list of tech blogs

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A curated list of tech blogs that I've came across over the time. The Morning Paper - an interesting/influential/important paper from the world of CS every weekday morning, as selected by Adrian Colyer.

ThaiTechEventCalendar-iOS - 🗓📱Community-made iOS Application for https://calendar

  •    Swift

🗓📱Community-made iOS Application for https://calendar.thaiprogrammer.org/

tech-hubs - :house: :office: Where are the tech hubs in Nigeria?

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Where are the technology hubs in Nigeria? This is a community project. Pull requests accepted and I will totally make you a collaborator—if you ask and you're not some kind of dead proud obnoxious beast. Ventures Platform 29 Mambilla Street, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

women-dev-conferences - A list of developer conferences for women.

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A list with developer conferences for women. Links where you can find women who speak at conferences.

awesome-blogs - A curated list of awesome blogs

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