Stack Overflow : subscribe to their weekly newsletter and any other topic which you find interesting
Quora : A place to share knowledge and better understand the world
Learn Anything : Community curated knowledge graph of best paths for learning anything
devRant : Community where you can rant and release your stress
Codementor : A mentorship community to learn from fellow developers via live 1:1 help and more.
Hacker News : news aggregator for programmers where civility is king, try a newsletter to get top news to your inbox:
Hacker Newsletter : curated by hand, delivered weekly
Hacker News Digest : curated automatically, delivered as frequently as you want
Ars Technica : posts unique quality articles
Lobsters : Lobsters is a technology-focused community centered around link aggregation and discussion.
TechCrunch : another good website for tech news
GSMArena.com : news related to latest mobile phones and android.
product hunt : Discover your next favorite thing
AlternativeTo : Crowdsourced software recommendations
Better Dev Links : Weekly links to help you become a better developer
freeCodeCamp : Learn to code and build projects for nonprofits. Build your full stack web development portfolio today
Reddit.com/r/dailyprogrammer : interesting programming challenges where you can learn from looking at other’s code , even if you are not able to solve code you can look at how others solved.
Programming by Doing : very good site for those who want to start with absolute basics
CodeAbbey – a place where everyone can master programming : Best place to begin with problems that start at the easiest and gradually increase difficulty with each problem.
Exercism.io : download and solve practice problems in over 30 different languages, and share your solution with others.
Programming Tasks : large collection of small programs
karan/Projects-Solutions Solutions to most of the problems in the link above
Lod – Cloud : The Linking Open Data cloud diagram
Cave of programming : Learn to program, Upgrade your skills.
Codeacademy : Learn to code interactively, for free.
martyr2s-mega-project-ideas-list : contains about 125 project ideas from beginner to intermediate level.
karan/Projects : a large collection of small projects for beginners with
Wrong “big projects” for beginners : How to choose where to start
vicky002/1000-Projects : Mega List of practical projects that one can solve in any programming language!
Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me When I Was Learning How to Code — Free Code Camp : What I’ve learned from teaching others
Lessons From A Lifetime Of Being A Programmer : The Codist Header Lessons From A Lifetime Of Being A Programmer
Principles of Good Programming : The Principles of Good Programming
What every computer science major should know : The Principles of Good Programming
Code Review Best Practices : Kevin London’s blog
Software design pattern : The entire collection of Design Patterns.
Design Patterns : Design Patterns explained in detail with examples.
CS 106B Coding Style Guide : must see for those who create spaghetti
Airbnb Ruby Style Guide : A ruby style guide by Airbnb
Angular 1 Style Guide : Officially endorsed style guide by John Pappa
CodePen : Front End Developer Playground & Code Editor in the Browser
Pramp | A free on demand interview practice platform for Software Engineers : Practice coding interviews with real peers
GeeksforGeeks | A computer science portal for geeks : also subscribe to their feeds to get links to their new articles.
A site for technical interview questions, brain teasers, puzzles, quizzles : whatever the heck those are) and other things that make you think!
Problems | LeetCode OJ : Coding practice for interviews
Reddit.com/user/ashish2199/m/puzzles : Logic Puzzles
Aptitude Questions and Answers : Quant and aptitude preparation
/r/cscareerquestions : Here’s a pretty big list of programming interview questions I compiled while studying for big 4 interviews. I think you guys will find it useful! ?
Interviewing At Jane Street
Mission-peace/interview problems : A large collection of coding interview problems
Get Ready to Learn SQL: 8. Database Normalization Explained in Simple English – Essential SQL
Programming Language Concepts: Lecture Notes : OOPs concepts and programming language concepts.
We Help Coders Get Hired : website offering courses on system design, interview strategies, soft skills etc
How to Break Into the Tech Industry – a Guide to Job Hunting and Tech Interviews
github.com/odino/interviews : list of important questions for interview
svozniuk/java-interviews : Java interview questions
kimberli/interviews : study sheet for Interview
Determining the big-O runtimes of these different loops? : really good stackoverflow question that covers basics of calculating runtime complexity.
ChiperSoft/InterviewThis : questions to ask during on a interview to know more about the company.
SQL interview questions : great SQL test
1. Machine that Changed the World – a very good documentary about history of computers
2. Triumph of the Nerds : Play-list
6. Mechanical Computer (All Parts) : a very good video from 1950s explaining how mechanical computers used to work without all the modern day electronics.
7. Download: The True Story of the Internet : Play-list of discovery channel documentary on browser wars , dot com bubble and more.
Class Central : a directory of 100,000+ student reviews of thousands of MOOCs.
MOOC.fi : Free online courses from the University of Helsinki
Kadenze | Creative Programming: Programming courses focused on art and creativity
prakhar1989/awesome-CS-courses : List containing large amount of CS courses
Computer Science Resources : list of MOOCs for autodidacts
Java Revisited : good for learning about Java Language and interview preparation.
The Java? Tutorials: The best tutorials for Java.
Java Visualizer : helps visualize references , values of variables ect
Learning Java : a free online textbook for learning Java
Netbeans Keyboard Shortcuts : Keyboard shortcuts to enhance your productivity when working in Netbeans.
XyzWs Java FAQs : large collection of java interview questions
Search Open Source Java API : view source of java library and learn how things are implemented.
Deep Dive Java: Garbage Collection is Good!
The C++ Programming Language : The C++ Programming Language.
Bjarne Stroustrup’s FAQ : The C++ FAQ
Bjarne Stroustrup’s C++ Style and Technique FAQ : The C++ FAQ
C++11 – the new ISO C++ standard : The C++11 FAQ
Unsupervised Sentiment Neuron : Unsupervised Sentiment Neuron
Robots that learn : Robots that Learn
grakn.ai : The Database for AI
Computerphile : Must watch for every CS student
ComputerHistory : for those who like to know how we reached where we are.
GoogleTechTalks : videos on trending topics and cool stuff happening in the tech industry.
Placement Grid : Interview and campus placement experience
O’Reilly : interviews and talks of world’s best technical writers.
Java : talks related to java
JavaOne : Java Conference
CppCon : C++ Conference
C++Now (BoostCon) : C++Now (previously BoostCon) conference
Meeting C++ YT Kanalseite : Talks on C++
ThinMatrix : blogs and tutorials developer making a 3d game in Java using opengl
Scott Meyers: Past Talks
thoughtbot : talks on various topics
code::dive conference : code::dive conference organized by NOKIA Wroc?aw Technology Center
HowToBecomeTV : contains good interviews of developers and people related to tech industry.
Siraj Raval : Artificial Intelligence and deep learning tutorials videos
Netflix UI Engineering : great videos to watch for web developers, mobile developers and those interested in some of Netflix’s tech stack
Coding Blocks : Tutorials, how to’s, tips and tricks
Fun Fun Function : A weekly series from Mattias Petter Johansson on an assortment of programming topics, including some not directly related to coding.
A Software Developer’s Reading List : Some good books and links in there.
Software Engineering Radio : A podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast.
Developer Tea : A podcast for developers designed to fit inside your tea break.
Full Stack Radio : Everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
Software Engineering Daily : A daily technical interview about software topics
The Changelog : A weekly conversation that gets to the heart of open source technologies and the people who create them.
Front End Happy Hour : A podcast featuring a panel of Software Engineers from Netflix, Evernote, Atlassian & LinkedIn talking over drinks about all things Front End development.
Awesome Compilers : Curated list of awesome resources on Compilers, Interpreters and Runtimes.
Subtle | Poor Man’s CI : Learn how continuous integration platforms work under the hood, by building one of your own on top of git with Node.js
Open Data Structures : Excellent resource for learning about DS and algos , provides code in various languages C++ , Java , pseudocode
Data Structures and Algorithms by John Morris : another good source with code and its analysis
CMSI 281: Data Structures : light weight introduction to DS
How to Program in C++ : Good resource for revising C++ topics and STL
A Hacker’s Guide to Git : for those wanting to learn git with a solid foundation
Dynamic programming – PrismoSkills : very good resource if want to learn how to solve DP problems.
OS Course Notes : Chapter wise course notes according to Galvin’s book
SQL (Structured Query Language) in one page : SQL.SU : a very good SQL cheat sheet
Best Of – Gustavo Duarte : contains articles on various topics
Collecting all the cheat sheets : cheat sheets for lots of programming languages
The Descent to C : for those moving to C from some higher programming language like java or python.
VimTutor+ : learn VIM from browser itself
Linux Journey : good site for learning linux
CS 2112/ENGRD 2112 Fall 2015 : Good notes on data structures and algorithms.
Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software : aka the “Gang Of Four” book, or GOF
LiveEdu.tv : screencast of people building application, websites, games, ect.
Programmer Competency Matrix : article for knowing what our level as a programmer is.
GitHub.com Build software better, together : Place to showcase your project and collaborate with others. (Must know Git in order to use it effectively)
WakaTime : leaderboards of coding metrics collected via editor plugins
UVa Online Judge : hundreds of problems supporting multiple languages.
Google Code Jam Practice and : past contest problems for practice
Riddles.io AI Games : Compete with your bot and dominate the leaderboards!
Codingame : Learn coding through games and challenges!
Codewars : Rank up by completing code kata
Codefights : Test your coding skills
IT eBooks – Free Download – Big Library : website for downloading ebooks without any advertisement and instant downloads.
github.com/vhf/free-programming-books : More than 500 free ebooks on almost any language you can think of
Computer Science Books Online : about 150 computer free ebooks
Become a Programmer, Motherfucker (list of books) : Exhaustive list of books from Zed A. Shaw.
Tushar Roy : Algorithm and Data structure tutorial by an Indian Youtuber.
Derek Banas : good quality tutorials
thenewboston : good but with too much talk as compared to actual content
mycodeschool : Data structures and algorithms tutorials
CodingMadeEasy : C++ tutorials
DevTips : web dev tutorials
codedamn : front end web dev tutorials
Vim Tutorial Videos – Flarfnoogins : good video tutorial for learning vim
CS1: Higher Computing – Richard Buckland UNSW : a very good introductory CS course
Kathryn Hodge : Has good videos for beginners
CodePad : Code editor to try, test and run 25+ languages
Ideone.com : online compiler and debugging tool for more than 60 programming languages
Godbolt.org: Excellent tool for exploring the assembly output of different compilers with and without optimization.
Coding Horror : one the best coding blog
WildMl : A blog for machine learning.
Armin Ronacher’s Thoughts and Writings : blog on Python and open source
Eli Bendersky : everything from Python to LLVM
Clean Coder Blog : blog of author of book “Clean Code”
Programming Blog : programming blog of Yegor Bugayenko
CodeAhoy : Blog on software and human factors. 100% Tested on Humans.
CoderGears Blog Insights from : the CoderGears Team
Takipi Blog : mainly focuses on Java and JVM languages
Daedtech.com : Stories about software
Archives — Ask a Manager : HR related stuff
Guide to Grammar and Writing : for those who want to improve their english language skills
r/ProgrammerHumor : Subreddit dedicated to exactly what it sounds like
Vsauce : The best youtube channel
TED : Great talks about technology, entertainment, and design
CrashCourse : small courses on various subjects
National Geographic : High volume of high quality content from all over the world
Barcroft TV : Daily short documentaries about the incredible variety of people that make up the world
ColdFusion : Past, present, and future of technology
SmarterEveryDay : Lots of amazing scientific information about the world around us, usually captured with a high-speed camera
SciShow : Answers to interesting questions that you’ve always wondered about
Big Think : Expert driven, actionable, educational content, featuring experts ranging from Bill Clinton to Bill Nye
Every Frame a Painting : High quality analysis of films and filmmaking
TestTube News : Interesting information about news from around the world
Reddit the front page of the internet : Where free time goes to die