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:books: Freely available programming booksProject mention: Free-Programming-Books on GitHub – Free Programming Books | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-24
Here is the main page:
:link: Some useful websites for programmers.Project mention: Best websites a programmer should visit | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-02
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List of Golang booksProject mention: Resources to extend Go learning | /r/golang | 2023-06-04
- Awesome Go Books
A curated list for awesome kubernetes sources :ship::tada:Project mention: A list of curated open-source K8s tools & resources | /r/kubernetes | 2023-03-15
There are some lists already: * https://github.com/ramitsurana/awesome-kubernetes * https://github.com/tomhuang12/awesome-k8s-resources
:books: Find your next book to read!
A comprehensive list of books on Software Architecture.
:sunglasses: Curated list of awesome resources on Compilers, Interpreters and RuntimesProject mention: Can we create a thread for some of the best materials on CS available online? | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-05-26
I was looking at some stuff by Fogus and discovered:
Really good resource for a bunch of important papers.
There's also some good information for compilers on github
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A list of learning materials to understand databases internalsProject mention: What are your favourite books and maybe online courses on databases? | /r/Database | 2023-06-20
Detailed and tailored guide for undergraduate students or anybody want to dig deep into the field of AI with solid foundation.Project mention: Roadmap para Inteligência artificial. | /r/brdev | 2023-02-27
The Linux Kernel Module Programming Guide (updated for 5.0+ kernels)Project mention: My Bad Habit of Hoarding Information | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-01-06
Most influential books on Computer Science/programmingProject mention: Most influential books for computer scientists | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-08-20
Awesome Books (by learn-anything)Project mention: free Udemy courses | /r/becomingnerd | 2023-01-08
You have the `Awesome book list` maintain on this GitHub on TONS of different topics https://github.com/learn-anything/books
One webpage for every book ever published!Project mention: NaNoWriMo: National Novel Writing Month | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-11-14
Right now I'm in the middle of the chicken and the egg problem where we don't have enough authors cataloging their publications and b/c of that obviously readers are not interested in using the site.
I've gone back and forth with taking Open Libray's  catalog as that would at least flesh out our collection of books but then I'd have to deal with verifying authors to accounts so they can access their books. Which sounds like a major headache and also just defeats the concept of building a community.
Since this is really a weekend project, I'm just going to keep building the tools out to perfection and hope people will trickle in over time.
Luckily for me I just want to write, so the tools I'm building are exactly what works for my writing goals and I think overtime others will find the same value.
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A list of books 📚and articles 📝 for the discerning web developer to read.
Notes from books and other interesting things that I've read. Table of contents at the end 👇Project mention: How to improve parallelism with multiple threads? (.NET) | /r/learnprogramming | 2023-04-27
The bible for concurrency and parallelism is Java, Concurrency in Practice. You can see a summary of the book here https://github.com/mgp/book-notes/blob/master/java-concurrency-in-practice.markdown it's in java though but the core concepts are the same.
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Educação é um direito de todosProject mention: Livros | /r/programacao | 2023-03-23
:books: The list of vision-based SLAM / Visual Odometry open source, blogs, and papers
Social reading and reviewing, decentralized with ActivityPubProject mention: Bookwyrm – the federated social network for reading books | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-07-19
It’s got a very ideologically-driven focus, including an anti-capital source license:
I think the focus on federation is to encourage small, decentralized and communally operated sites that play well with the broader fediverse. I can see that working well for a lot of book communities!
Also, spent a bit of time a few weeks ago and it already seemed to have the nicest UX of the open social book services, at least that I could see (would love recs - mostly interested in a personal tracker).
Inspired by free-programming-books, here's free-science-books
Books for people who are or aspire to manage/lead team(s) of software engineers
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finito.el: 📚 Manage books with Emacs 📚
1 project | /r/planetemacs | 29 Nov 2023
NaNoWriMo: National Novel Writing Month
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Nov 2023
is there any way to read books for free?
1 project | /r/books | 3 Nov 2023
YSK: You can access many old and out of print hiking books from the Internet Archive's Open Library
1 project | /r/vancouverhiking | 24 Oct 2023
Plataforma Udemy e seus cursos.
1 project | /r/programacao | 8 Oct 2023
Searching for a pharmacy book
2 projects | /r/ClinicalPharmacy | 25 Sep 2023
I made a free open-source app to download and read books from shadow library, please take a look at it and give some feedback
1 project | /r/InternetIsBeautiful | 27 Aug 2023
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