I recently read an article on a website (I can’t find it online) that had an intriguing section named
the attic. It was a collection of all the useful links or resources that the website owner had accumulated and wanted to share with others.
So I decided to add a markdown file to my website with all the useful or interesting things I’ve found online ordered by topic. All the resources included are totally free and I plan to add many more links and content as I learn more and explore new hidden corners of the internet!
You can comment down below if you found any of these useful and have any suggestions. Thanks!
The most sophisticated program ever written: Just Wow… Sort by Controversial: An amazingly creative story about AI.
- The Unparalleled Genius of John von Neumann: An incredibly detailed esssay about mathematician John Von Neumannan and his incredible talents.
- I am a mediocre developer
- My First Year as a Freelance AI Engineer Why Privacy Matters Even if “you have nothing to hide”: Interesting opinion on privacy in an era that disregards it more and more.
- 2019 into 2020 Tania Rascia
- The Bus Ticket Theory of Genius
- My Decade in Review Overreacted
- Doubting death: how our brains shield us from mortal truth
- Ask HN: What, in your opinion, are the greatest and most useful textbooks?
- I sell onions on the Internet
- Ask HN: Mind bending books to read and never be the same as before? Hacker News
- Ask HN: What are less known hard Sci-Fi books to read? Hacker News
Programming in General
- Git Basics The Odin Project
- EbookFoundation/free-programming-books: Freely available programming books
- How to Contribute to Open Source Open Source Guides
- A Very Brief Intro to CS The Odin Project
- 40 Key Computer Science Concepts Explained In Layman’s Terms
- greghub/website-launch-checklist: Things to double-check before launching a website
- SQL Teaching - The easiest tutorial to learn SQL
- sdmg15/Best-websites-a-programmer-should-visit: Some useful websites for programmers.
- 6 GitHub Repos For Instant Knowledge Boost - DEV Community 👩💻👨💻
- yangshun/tech-interview-handbook: 💯 Materials to help you rock your next coding interview
- A free online introduction to artificial intelligence for non-experts
- How To Learn Data Structures And Algorithms (An Ultimate Guide For Beginners) - DEV Community 👩💻👨💻
- Ask HN: How do I choose the right resource to learn CS fundamentals? Hacker News
- Programming book list
- John Byrd’s answer to What is the most sophisticated piece of software ever written? - Quora
- Ask HN: Does anyone record themselves while programmming? Hacker News
- Coding Horror
- AchoArnold/discount-for-student-dev: This is list of discounts on software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc.) and other offerings for developers who are students
- About - Recurse Center
- Hacker101 - Learn How To Hack - Free Online Course HackerOne
- The Worst Hacks of the Decade WIRED
- Kayzaks/HackingNeuralNetworks: A small course on exploiting and defending neural networks
- Darknet Diaries – True stories from the dark side of the Internet.
- Coding Stories: Me vs. The VNC Guy
- Teach Yourself Computer Science
- dwmkerr/hacker-laws: 💻📖 Laws, Theories, Principles and Patterns that developers will find useful. #hackerlaws
- Getting started with Competitive Programming - Build your algorithm skills - DEV Community 👩💻👨💻
- ossu/computer-science: Path to a free self-taught education in Computer Science!
- What are some good resources to learn C++ for competitive programming? - Quora
- Hash Code - Google’s Coding Competitions
- Minimax - Wikipedia
- Airbnb: How To Reduce Churn With Personalization
- free illustrations resources for the web - make your next project cooler!😎 - dev community 👩💻👨💻
- Existential Risk Prevention as a Global Priority
- Notpron by David Munnich - The Hardest Riddle Available on the Internet
- Can you hack it?
- Hacker 101
- The 25 most difficult questions
- Preparing to Interview and Interviewing The Odin Project
- Concrete Mathematics 2e.pdf
- How to Solve It - Wikipedia
- European Summer Program in Rationality
- About PROMYS PROMYS: Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists
- Fermat’s Last Theorem, Simon Singh - Amazon.com
- Concrete Mathematics - Wikipedia
- Apply SPARC
- How to get your first 500–1000 users for your product, project, and/or service for free.
- How successful companies got their first users – Early User Growth
- Scaling to 100k Users Alex Pareto
- Marketing-for-Engineers/README.md at master · LisaDziuba/Marketing-for-Engineers
- How to run a startup for free ($6/yr)? Hacker News
- My Second Year as a Solo Developer · mtlynch.io
- Finding your first users without spending on ads
- dehenne/awesome-visibility: Curated list to achieve visibility for your product