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Sep 13, 2017
Some useful websites for programmers.
When learning CS there are some useful sites you must know to get always informed in order to do your technologies eve and learn new things. Here is a non exhaustive list of some sites you should visit, this list will get updated as soon as I can get another link, but you can also contribute by adding those you know 😉
Coding Blocks : A podcast covering topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a whole lot of other things.
Developer On Fire : A podcast that shares the humanity of developers and tells stories of some of the amazing people in software, hosted by Dave Rael.
Developer Tea : A podcast for developers designed to fit inside your tea break.
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.
Full Stack Radio : Everything from product design and user experience to unit testing and system administration.
Groovy Podcast : A podcast dedicated to the Groovy programming language and its ecosystem.
IPhreaks : A weekly group discussion about iOS development and related technology by development veterans. We discuss Apple, tools, practices, and code.
MS Dev Show : Jason Young and Carl Schweitzer talk about the latest in developer news covering topics such as the Azure cloud, Windows, Windows Phone, Visual Studio, and cross-platform development using the Microsoft platform.
Software Engineering Radio : A podcast targeted at the professional software developer. The goal is to be a lasting educational resource, not a newscast.
Syntax : A Tasty Treats Podcast for Web Developers by Wes Bos & Scott Tolinski.
The Changelog : A weekly conversation that gets to the heart of open source technologies and the people who create them.
The Cynical Developer : A podcast that aims to help you to improve your development knowledge and career, through explaining the latest and greatest in development technology and providing you with what you need to succeed as a developer. Covering Desktop, web and mobile development, mainly around the .Net Stack but often looking into other software and frameworks.
Open Hatch : OpenHatch is a non-profit dedicated to matching prospective free software contributors with communities, tools, and education.
Source Forge : SourceForge hosts nearly 280,000 projects (at last count). It serves more than 2 million downloads a day and includes apps and tools in a wide variety of categories.
Google Code : Google offers free hosting for open source projects using the Subversion or Mercurial version control systems. It offers 2 GB of storage, integrated code review tools, a wiki, and an issue tracker. The Google Code site also provides links to Google's many publicly available APIs and other developer tools.
Launch Pad : Maintained by Canonical, LaunchPad is particularly targeted at projects that run on Ubuntu. It provides hosting for more than 21,000 projects that use the Bazaar version control system.
Google Summer of Code : Google Summer of Code is a global program focused on bringing more student developers into open source software development. Students work with an open source organization on a 3 month programming project during their break from school.
Open Source Web Design : Open Source Web Design is a platform for sharing standards-compliant free web design templates. We give web publishers a voice through good design.
Mozilla Winter of Security : The Winter of Security (MWOS) is a program organized by Mozilla's Security teams to involve students with Security projects. Students who have to perform a semester project as part of their university curriculum can apply to one of the MWOS project.
Eclipse Lab : Eclipse Labs is a community of open source projects that build technology based on the Eclipse platform. It provides the infrastructure services typically required by open source projects, such as code repositories, bug tracking, project web sites/wiki. Eclipse Labs is hosted by Google Code Project Hosting, so it will be very familiar to developers already using Google Code Project Hosting.
Bit Bucket : Like GitHub, BitBucket hosts both public and private projects. On this site, open source projects and private projects with fewer than five users are free. It hosts more than 48,000 repositories, many of which are searchable on the site.
Media Wiki : MediaWiki is a free software open source wiki package written in PHP, originally for use on Wikipedia. It is now also used by several other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation and by many other wikis, including this website, the home of MediaWiki.