Awesome is, without a doubt, the most popular repo that curates all topics from software development to hardware to business. It has more than 123,000 stars on Github at this moment, and one could spend days (nights) browsing it. It is my one-stop-shop if I want to learn something new.
This great repository (30,000 stars) was created to helping developers find software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS) and similar offerings that have free tiers. Using great software for free? Sounds awesome! There are services for email, CI/CD, monitoring, DNS, hosting, and many, many more.
6. Tech Interview Handbook - Link to Repo
If you want to prepare yourself for a job interview in tech (and you should!), this repository is just the right place for you. It currently has 38,000 stars on Github and helps you with:
How to prepare for coding interviews
Algorithm tips/best practice questions
Check it out before heading to the next interview.
7. Effective Engineer — Notes - Link to Repo
An “Effective Engineer” is someone who gets things done. But how can you become one? This Github repository (3,700 stars) has advice for you! Topics include:
8. List of Free Learning Resources - Link to Repo
This repository has a whopping 135,000 stars on Github and definitely is one of the most-loved curations there. It offers lots and lots of freely available programming books, screencasts, podcasts, and even online courses of all sorts. If you are looking for learning materials — look no further!
9. Big List of Naughty Strings - Link to Repo
You can invest as much as you want into testing your code and programs, but when real users come into play — believe me, they will do things you would have never thought of, especially when it comes to user input. This repository (34,100 stars) has a huge list of Strings that are known to be problematic when entered as input by the user. So whether you want to impress your QA friends or uses this for testing your software, this could be quite useful!
10. Awesome First PR Opportunities - Link to Repo
The last repository I want to recommend to you is great if you want to get started with Open Source. Contributing to OSS is a great way to get involved with the community, add something to your portfolio, try out new things, become a better developer, and even find a new job. But getting started is quite hard, as I know from personal experience. This repository lists Open Source projects that are known for or currently have beginner-friendly issues that you can tackle. It helped me getting started with OSS, should help you as well!