Links to certain resources I've used over the years.
In particular, I can vouch for these resources's efficiency.
This article will be updated regularly.
The Cherno's YouTube channel
Quick, informative explanations on
auto, smart pointers,
Useful for programmers learning
30-minute crash course in front-end development
Microsoft's 30-minute crash course in
One-month crash course in front-end development
Mozilla's guide to front-end development.
Node, Express & MongoDB: Button click example
Make your first Node.js app with MongoDB.
Currying and Function Composition in JS
Useful tips for currying and debugging function compositions in
Not so short introduction to LaTeX
If you've always fought against LaTeX instead of embracing it, this article's for you.
Introducion to Machine Learning
Andrew Ng's famous Machine Learning course.
Great course to learn your way up from regression and understand the math behind it, especially thanks to programming in
- Unit-testing ML code
Deep LearningObviously deep learning is a subset of machine learning, but I've separated here since they may attract different audiences.
Deep Learning With Python
Learn how to use
Kerasfrom the author of the library. If you're a beginner, you'll be able to do some cool projects and get a taste of deep learning. If you're an experienced machine learning programmer, you'll be able to learn how to effectively create your own models.
Good lightweight material to get a brief understanding of regular languages, pushdown automata, turing machines, etc.
Operating Systems: Three Easy Pieces
Supremely readable OS textbook with homeworks & solutions. The best self-study textbook I've seen for any subject thus far.
Linear Temporal LogicVery specific to formal methods.
Joost-Pieter Katoen's Lectures on YouTube
Super clear lectures from a leading researcher.
Software Engineering Advice
Deep Learning library
Kerasauthor François Chollet talks about software engineering.
Seven habits of effective text editing
Learn to improve text editing efficiency from the author of
How to do research
How to Read a Paper
Simple guidelines on how to read a research paper.
How to Write a Great Research Paper
Tips from Simon Peyton Jones (SPJ), a PL giant. Funny, and also very informative, giving you a new perspective on how to do research.
How to Give a Great Research Talk
Another great resource by SPJ. In a recursive manner, embodies the talk in his own talk!