Useful Links to Software Development

Michal Porag
4 min readApr 30, 2020

This page contains a list of useful links, ordered by topics. I will update this list from time to time.

I hope you will find it helpful. 😊

Universal

Online Editors:

Learning Platforms:

Cool API’s:

Task Management Websites:

Generators:

Cheat-Sheets:

Demi-Datas:

Preparing for Job Interviews:

  • Leetcode: a website practice coding skills (The kind of Cracking The Coding Interview).
  • Pramp: a platform for practice behavioral and technical job interviews online.

Books:

Podcasts:

Youtube Blogs:

  • Back To Back SWE: Amazing blogs for learning the way of thinking required to solve questions from Cracking The Coding Interview.
  • Tushar Roy — Coding Made Simple: Amazing blogs for learning the way of thinking required to solve questions from Cracking The Coding Interview.
  • Computerphile: Explain in-depth about the topics of the programming world, interview some of the fathers of the programming world.

Specific videos:

Other Stuff:

Open Source:

Sites for Submission CFP’s:

Tools to Write Articles:

FED’s

Fonts:

Place Holders:

Cool Libraries:

  • MotionBlurJS
  • Rough Notation
  • Wowjs — Easily customize animation settings: style, delay, length, offset, iterations…
    100% MIT Licensed, not GPL. Keep your code yours.
    ES2015+, naturally Caffeine free.
  • Particles — Create a moving linked dots animation with canvas. Super cool and easy.
  • Anime.js
  • Turnjs — Flip pages animations

Generators:

SCSS:

Learning Platforms:

Youtube Blogs:

  • Tyler McGinnis: Explains each time a different topic about JS and React in depth.
  • DesignCourse: Explains each time a different topic about CSS and everything connected to web design in depth.

Must see lectures:

Draw with CSS:

Cool Games to learn from:

Other Stuff:

Tools:

UX/UI

Pick a Color or Colors Pallet:

Design Planning Software:

Inspiration Website:

Wireframe Planning Software:

Generators:

Final Words

I hope you’ve enjoyed this article and learned new things.
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If you have something to add or change I would love to hear ❤️

Who Am I?

My name is Michal Porag. I am a Full-Stack Developer working at Skillset and a Computer Science student at The Open University.

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