TLWI Dev #96
Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter! We have an exciting edition for you, packed full of informative and engaging content.
First up, we have the Hybrid Vue(3) Framework, which is creating quite the buzz in the world of web development. With its powerful features and intuitive design, this framework is quickly becoming a go-to for developers who want to create fast and modern web applications.
If you're in the mood for some light reading, we have a great selection of free English magazines available for download and subscription. From The Economist to Wired, you'll find a wide variety of topics to suit any interest. And the best part? They're available in multiple formats, including mobi, epub, and pdf.
For those of you who are looking to expand your knowledge of Linux, we have an excellent article Demystifying Linux: The purpose of /bin, /usr/bin and /usr/local/bin that explains the purpose of three important directories in the Linux file system. This is a must-read for anyone who works with Linux, whether you're a beginner or an expert.
Finally, we're excited to highlight the fastai book, which has been published as Jupyter Notebooks. This book covers a wide range of topics, from machine learning to deep learning, and is a valuable resource for anyone looking to improve their skills in these areas. The Jupyter Notebook format makes it easy to follow along and experiment with the code, making this book a must-have for anyone serious about machine learning.
That's it for this week's newsletter! We hope you find these links as interesting and informative as we do. Stay tuned for more great content next week!
Our Repo Picks
- Grasscutters/Grasscutter (Java): A server software reimplementation for a certain anime game.
- WolfireGames/overgrowth (C++): Open Source codebase of the game Overgrowth by Wolfire Games LLC
- hehonghui/the-economist-ebooks (CSS): 经济学人(含音频)、纽约客、自然、新科学人、卫报、科学美国人、连线、大西洋月刊、国家地理等英语杂志免费下载、订阅(kindle 推送),支持 epub、mobi、pdf 格式, 每周更新. The Economist 、The New Yorker 、Nature、The Atlantic 、New Scientist、The Guardian、Scientific American、Wired magazines, free download and subscription for kindle, mobi、epub、pdf format.
- geekan/HowToLiveLonger : 程序员延寿指南 | A programmer's guide to live longer
- mastodon/mastodon (Ruby): Your self-hosted, globally interconnected microblogging community
- Textualize/textual (Python): Textual is a TUI (Text User Interface) framework for Python inspired by modern web development.
- The-Run-Philosophy-Organization/run : 润学全球官方指定 GITHUB，整理润学宗旨、纲领、理论和各类润之实例；解决为什么润，润去哪里，怎么润三大问题； 并成为新中国人的核心宗教，核心信念。
- AykutSarac/jsonvisio.com (TypeScript): 🧩 Visualize your JSON data onto graphs seamlessly.
- alibaba/fastjson2 (Java): 🚄 FASTJSON2 是 FASTJSON 项目的重要升级，目标是为下一个十年提供一个高性能的 JSON 库
- bradtraversy/50projects50days (CSS): 50+ mini web projects using HTML, CSS & JS
- alembics/disco-diffusion (Jupyter Notebook): undefined
- bregman-arie/devops-exercises (Python): Linux, Jenkins, AWS, SRE, Prometheus, Docker, Python, Ansible, Git, Kubernetes, Terraform, OpenStack, SQL, NoSQL, Azure, GCP, DNS, Elastic, Network, Virtualization. DevOps Interview Questions
- mxgmn/WaveFunctionCollapse (C#): Bitmap & tilemap generation from a single example with the help of ideas from quantum mechanics
- doocs/advanced-java (Java): 😮 Core Interview Questions & Answers For Experienced Java(Backend) Developers | 互联网 Java 工程师进阶知识完全扫盲：涵盖高并发、分布式、高可用、微服务、海量数据处理等领域知识
- Textualize/rich (Python): Rich is a Python library for rich text and beautiful formatting in the terminal.
- alibaba/arthas (Java): Alibaba Java Diagnostic Tool Arthas/Alibaba Java 诊断利器 Arthas
- nuxt/framework (TypeScript): The Hybrid Vue(3) Framework.
- fastai/fastbook (Jupyter Notebook): The fastai book, published as Jupyter Notebooks
- bloomberg/memray (Python): Memray is a memory profiler for Python
- google/guava (Java): Google core libraries for Java
- sunflower-land/sunflower-land (TypeScript): undefined
- fatedier/frp (Go): A fast reverse proxy to help you expose a local server behind a NAT or firewall to the internet.
- terraform-aws-modules/terraform-aws-eks (HCL): Terraform module to create an Elastic Kubernetes (EKS) cluster and associated worker instances on AWS 🇺🇦
- PowerShell/PowerShell (C#): PowerShell for every system!
- turanszkij/WickedEngine (C++): 3D engine focusing on modern rendering
Our Article Picks
- dev.to staff: Join the Star Wars Costume Contest on DEV 🌌
- Mahmoud Harmouch: The Complete Guide To Using One Monitor As A Programmer.
- Madza: 18 GitHub Repositories to Become a CSS Master 🎨🧙♂️
- Ryan Carniato: Marko for Sites, Solid for Apps
- Rizèl Scarlett: Deploy Your First Website without Leaving Your IDE
- Rustam Apay: Use 2 monitors for learning and work
- ItayLisaey: I've made a react component that hides sensitive information in your app.
- Ben Halpern: What is the future of remote work in software development?
- Temani Afif: Another CSS Art from Demon Slayer
- Ben Halpern: What do you wish you had time to learn?
- Thomas Scott: Productivity Boosters: My Top Five Developer Tools Worth The Money
- Gracie Gregory (she/her): Grab Your Spot at CodeLand 2022 & View Speakers
- AlessandroMinoccheri: WebSocket vs Server-Sent events
- Julien Maury: Let's review some techniques to harm privacy
- Dhravya: I made a twitter bot to take beautiful screenshots of a tweet
- Rizèl Scarlett: How I Built It: The Anatomy of a VS Code Extension
- Pavel Morava: Dev.to is getting dangerous!
- Sneh Chauhan: Demystifying Linux: The purpose of /bin, /usr/bin and /usr/local/bin
- Todd Libby: Stop Removing Focus
- Arika O: How web browsers work - parsing the HTML (part 3, with illustrations)📜🔥
- Arika O: How web browsers work - parsing the CSS (part 4, with illustrations)⏳🌐
- Pachi 🪐 (she/her/ela): Intro ao GitHub Actions: Mostrando artigos no seu READ.me
- Kevin Wan: Best practices on developing monolithic services in Go
- Hung Vu: 💬 Forem Analytics - Visualize the Trends on dev.to ️🦄🔖
- Michael Tharrington (he/him): Music Monday — What are you listening to?
- Erin Bensinger: I've joined the Forem team! 🌱
- JoelBonetR: To TS or not to TS, that is NOT the question. Is it?
- Dotnetsafer: New OFFICIAL .NET 7 Features Released (Now FASTER and LIGHTER⚡)
- Sloan: Can coding just be a job or does it have to effect my whole lifestyle?
- Sloan: How do I ask for a raise?
- Salma Alam-Naylor: We're all living on it. But what exactly is The Edge?
- Ben Halpern: What do your friends and family think software development is like?
- Christian Engel: Introducing and using Obsidian
- Erika Heidi: How to Create a GitHub Action to Import Posts from DEV to a Repository you Own
- Gracie Gregory (she/her): Top 7 Featured DEV Posts from the Past Week
- Ben Halpern: Describe the worst job interview you've ever taken part in
- bob.ts: The Distressed Code Review
- Alvaro Montoro: Interactive SNES Controller in HTML + CSS
- Nick Taylor (he/him): What would you improve at your job?
- Mangabo Kolawole: WebSocket with React, Nodejs, and Docker: Building a Chat Application
- Nick Taylor (he/him): April 26th, 2022: VS Code Tip of the Week
- ProgrammerHumor.io: Humor is a great way to discover and enjoy programming so I built ProgrammerHumor.io
- Stephen Cooper: Understanding async tests in Angular
- CAST AI: How to Convince Your Dev Team that Cloud Cost Management is Important?
- Shahed Nasser: What’s the Most Recent Project You’ve Been Working On?
- Adrian Carter: Open Discussion: What Tips Do You Have For Writing Clean Code?
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