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A collection of Awesome resources for geeks and software crafters 🍺

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Contents

Anime 🇯🇵

  • anime-planet - one of the most complete manga and anime database for finding recommended content, or cataloging and reviewing your collection

Architecture / Design / Patterns

News

Learn

we need high design quality for stuff that is critical to our products and less design quality for stuff that isn't critical.

  • Luu Duong - (2009) Applying the "80-20 Rule" with The Standish Group’s Statistics on Software Usage | 80% of users only use 20% of features.
  • Joshua Kerievsky - (2010) What’s Wrong With Clean Code? | When Cleaning Is Not Enough

Clean frequently and remodel occasionally to produce an excellent design.

  • Kristof Kovacs - The Death Star Design Pattern
  • Simon Wardley - (2015) On Pioneers, Settlers, Town Planners and Theft.
  • Fred Hébert - (2018) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Unexpected | about clean architecture, and making things easier
  • Graham Lee - (2018) It’s about the thinking
  • ThoughtWorks - How to build your ThoughtWorks Radar
  • Zhamak Dehghani - (2018) How to break a Monolith into Microservices | What to decouple and when
  • Mark Heath - (2017) STABLE tactics for writing SOLID code
  • Todd Hoff - (2018) What Do You Believe Now That You Didn't Five Years Ago? Centralized Wins. Decentralized Loses.
  • Dustin Barnes - (2017) Increasing Software Transparency with Lightweight Architectural Decision Records
  • Vijini Mallawaarachchi - (2017) 10 Common Software Architectural Patterns in a nutshell
  • Kai Niklas - (2018) 38 Actions and Insights to Become a Better Software Architect
  • Architectural Katas - small-group exercises for practicing being software architect
  • The C4 model - consists of a hierarchical set of software architecture diagrams for context, containers, components, and code.
  • Alberto Brandolini - (2013) Introducing Event Storming | EventStorming is a workshop format for quickly exploring complex business domains.
  • Jeppe Cramon - (2015) [Slides] Event storming
  • Jesse Weaver - (2015) A Simple Framework for Designing Choices | No design is neutral
  • Jerry Hargrove - AWS | Cloud Diagrams & Notes
  • Gordon Brander - Patterns : "This is my bag of tricks — loose notes, design patterns, rules-of-thumb, methods of enquiry, tools, cheatsheets, gimmicks, leverage points, descriptions of systems, key questions, risks, and unknowns."
  • James Somers - (2017) The Coming Software Apocalypse A small group of programmers wants to change how we code—before catastrophe strikes.

“Computing is fundamentally invisible,” Gerard Berry said in his talk. “When your tires are flat, you look at your tires, they are flat. When your software is broken, you look at your software, you see nothing.” “So that’s a big problem.”

  1. Choose standard technology 2. Outsource Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting 3. Create enduring competitive advantage
  1. duplication is far cheaper than the wrong abstraction
  2. prefer duplication over the wrong abstraction
  • Gordon Brander - Second System Syndrome | a simple system is doomed to be replaced by an excessively abstract, over-engeered, or bloated successor.
  • Stacy Warden - (2015) 10 things tech pros can learn from "Star Wars"
  • James Somers - (2019) The three-page paper that shook philosophy : “Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?” : “the Gettier cases”
  • Daniel Lebrero - (2017) Documenting your architecture: Wireshark, PlantUML and a REPL to glue them all.
  • Daniel Lebrero - (2019) Architecture decisions: the belligerent contrarian and the rule of three
  • David Futcher - (2019) You Don’t Need All That Complex/Expensive/Distracting Infrastructure
  • Simon Wardley - (2015) An introduction to Wardley 'Value Chain' Mapping. Bonus : See also Wardley map
  • milo-minderbinder/AWS-PlantUML - PlantUML sprites, macros, and other includes for AWS components.
  • RicardoNiepel/C4-PlantUML - C4-PlantUML includes macros, stereotypes, and other goodies (like VSCode Snippets) for creating C4 diagrams with PlantUML.
  • The Architecture of Open Source Applications - Useful resources of information, because most software developers only ever get to know a handful of large programs well—usually programs they wrote themselves—and never study the great programs of history. As a result, they repeat one another's mistakes rather than building on one another's successes.
  • Checklist Design - A collection of the best UX and UI practices.
  • principles.design - a place to learn about and create Design Principles
  • Gilles Scokart - [Slides] (2016) Stop testing start designing
  • David Gilbert - (2013) Why Japanese Web Design Is So… Different
  • Worse is better - It is the subjective idea that quality does not necessarily increase with functionality—that there is a point where less functionality ("worse") is a preferable option ("better") in terms of practicality and usability. Software that is limited, but simple to use, may be more appealing to the user and market than the reverse.
  • Sane software manifesto - While very opinionated, it's an interesting list of practices for software developers, about safe code, collaboration, reproducible builds, modularity, architecture, testability, etc.
  • Petter Måhlén - (2014) Qualities of Quality | Spotify Labs
  • Bystroushaak - (2020) Programmer's critique of missing structure of operating systems | Original (2018) Programátorova kritika chybějící struktury operačních systémů
  • Mike Crittenden - (2020) The “You Get One Diagram” approach to architecture documents
  • Cantlin Ashrowan - (2020) Coherent and complex
  • Collaboration, it turns out, gets harder in proportion to two things: the level of coherence you demand from the output, and the complexity of the processes that create it.
  • Collaboration that creates incoherence is easy. You all just do whatever you want. Equally, collaboration on things that are not complex is easy. You can all see whether the log has been chopped or not, there is limited room for debate.
  • On the other hand, lets say that instead we first come up with a clear overarching plan for what we’re doing. This makes it much more likely the outcome will be coherent. But the price we pay is having to handle the complexity of the entire challenge all at once.

When dealing with build tools, a few things become apparent:

  • if you make the build tool simple, it won't handle all the weird edge cases that exist out there
  • if you want to handle the weird edge cases, you need to deviate from whatever norm you wanted to establish
  • if you want ease of use for common defaults, the rules for common defaults must be shared between the tool and the users, who shape their systems to fit the tool's expectations
  • if you allow configuration or scripting, you give the users a way to specify the rules that must be shared, so the tool fits their systems
  • if you want to keep the tool simple, you have to force your users to only play within the parameters that fit this simplicity
  • if your users' use cases don't map well to your simplicity, they will build shims around your tool to attain their objectives
  • Steve Yegge - (2007) The Pinocchio Problem | Great systems :
  • should never reboot (Rebooting is Dying).
  • must be able to grow without rebooting.
  • Have a command shell.
  • Always have an extension language and a plug-in system (mods).
  • Are introspective.
  • Have to be a killer app, or they need one.

Art 🎨

News

  • Toggl Blog - Fun articles from Toggl, with good posters / comics
  • Pixelation - A standalone forum dedicated which hosts lots of studies and deeper discussions of pixel art.
  • La boite verte - 🇫🇷 [FR] Site de découverte sur la photographie, la science, les arts et tout ce qui est insolite.
  • Retronator Magazine - Pixel Art, Gaming & Saturated Colors

Misc

  • Pierre Debatty - art of Pierre Debatty, a belgian painter
  • Kevin Smith - (2014) [IMG] It costs nothing to encourage an artist
  • Kelton Sears - (2016) How Two Brothers From Silverdale Made The World’s Most Complex Video Game | about Dwarf Fortress
  • Cartooning for Peace - [IMGS] Cartoons about censorship, freedom of expression, human rights, environment, inequality, war, religion, migrations, etc
  • FeedArt - a chrome extension that replaces the ads you see on your Facebook feed by cool pieces of art
  • Programming Puzzles StackExchange - Tweetable Mathematical Art
  • Christelle Mozzati - (2013) [FR] 🇫🇷 Un graphiste, pourquoi c’est cher ?
  • Dr. Tom Murphy VII, Ph.D. - [PDF] A C89 compiler that produces executables that are also valid ASCII text files
  • Jaime Jasso - gallery of Jaime Jasso, Digital Matte Artist working for the film Industry, fan of sci-fi, Cyberpunk, visual effects in general, matte painting, concept art and compositing. old gallery on devianart
  • Toolpic - Free Photoshop Online Alternative
  • Graphviz Docs - [PDF] (2015) Drawing graphs with dot / dot User's Manual
  • PlantText - an online tool that quickly generates images (mostly UML diagrams) without the use of a mouse because it relies on a text-based language called PlantUML.
  • Hive Plots - Rational Network Visualization - Farewell to Hairballs | Linear Layout for Network Visualization - Visually Interpreting Network Structure and Content Made Possible
  • BioFabric - displays a network where nodes are depicted as horizontal lines, not as points! Take a look at the Super-Quick Demo to see how it works in under 60 seconds. Example : Simple BioFabric Rendered
  • maxogden/biofabric - a client side module for generating biofabric graphs in svg using d3
  • Mode Analytics - example of Hive plot
  • Amanda Sopkin - (2018) Fantastic Personal Websites and How to Make Them | tips for good portfolio
  • awesome-portfolios - Awesome Creative Portfolio Websites
  • Anne Quito - (2018) Drawing is the best way to learn, even if you’re no Leonardo da Vinci
  • PlantUML - Drawing UML with PlantUML : PlantUML Language Reference Guide
  • Dwitter.net - is a challenge to see what awesomeness you can create when limited to only 140 characters of javascript and a canvas.
  • Pixel Joint - Highest Rated Pixel Art | Pixel Joint is all about the pixel art community. The site was started in September 2004
  • La boite verte - 🇫🇷 [FR] Les illustrations en pixel art de Octavi Navarro
  • Pixels Huh - Pixel Art paintings by Octavi Navarro
  • Matej ‘Retro’ Jan - (2017) #artistsontwitter by Retronator
  • Blake Reynolds - (2015) A Pixel Artist Renounces Pixel Art
  • Azgaar's Fantasy Map Generator - Web application generating interactive and customizable maps
  • Character Generator - Create a character sprite sheet for your game using 100% open art.
  • Turtletoy - Create your generative art online using a minimalistic Turtle graphics API.
  • NeoGaf - (2016) How where when Metal slug sprites made? | Interesting thread on NeoGAF
  • Smooth Sailing with Kubernetes - An online comic to learn about Kubernetes and how you can use it for continuous integration and delivery.
  • 7DRL Challenge 2019 - In 2005, the roguelike community established a yearly event, the 7DRL Challenge, in which developers are challenged to create a roguelike in seven days. This allows one to have the shared misery of knowing you are not the only one tracking down a bad pointer at the 167th hour. The annual event occurs during a week in early March.
  • LOWREZJAM 2019 - The goal of the jam is to create a game with a resolution of 64x64 pixels or less. You can use whatever programming language or tools that you wish.
  • CSS Zen Garden - is a World Wide Web development resource "built to demonstrate what can be accomplished visually through CSS-based design.".
  • DeepAI - Image Colorization API
  • Redbubble - Awesome design products designed by independent artists | clothing, stickers, art, masks, accessories, home & living, kids & babies, gifts, ...
  • Logo Lab - Test your logo | Put your logo to the test and find out where it succeeds and where improvements could be made.

Books / Reading 📚

Learn

  • Maggie Stiefvater - a story about piracy by a book writer
  • John Allspaw - (2017) Dialogue: The Art Of Thinking Together
  • Andrew Hatch - (2017) Why We Don’t Need a DevOps Team | Rename your DevOps Team
  • Austin Kleon - (2018) Reading with a pencil | Full ownership of a book only comes when you have made it a part of yourself, and the best way to make yourself a part of it — which comes to the same thing — is by writing in it.
  • Farnam Street - A Helpful Guide to Reading Better
  • Nate Hoffelder - (2015) How to Download Your Kindle Notes and Highlights and Export Them
  • Opentrackers.org - (2017) A guide to help people find ebooks & textbooks
  • NDTV Gadgets360 - (2015) The 6 Best Places to Legally Download Ebooks for Free
  • Quora - What is a good website for free books?
  • Jeff Atwood - (2007) Do Not Buy This Book
  • Farnam Street - (2017) How to Remember What You Read
  • Andy Matuschak - (2019) Why books don’t work

Picture some serious non-fiction tomes. The Selfish Gene; Thinking, Fast and Slow; Guns, Germs, and Steel; etc. Have you ever had a book like this—one you’d read—come up in conversation, only to discover that you’d absorbed what amounts to a few sentences?

Complete books

Summaries, notes and reviews

Tools

Book Suggestions

  • SC (SensCritique) - [FR] 🇫🇷 french social networking service meant for discovery, cataloging, sharing reviews and tastes in films, tv series, music, books, comics and video games
  • TasteKid - get recommendations for music but also tv shows, films, games, books...
  • Learn by Reading - Discover your next favorite learnable (Non-fiction) book from Amazon Book
  • Gnod - Discover new books based on what you like
  • ⭐️ Goodreads - a home for you books, to manage your collection and discover new books
  • ⭐️ LibraryThing - a home for your books, to manage your library and discover new books. | Recommendations are numerous and usually relevant to me for every book I tried
  • Whichbook - a tool for selecting what book to read next
  • What Should I Read Next? - another tool to discover new books based on what you like
  • AllReaders - book search engine, get details and recommendations about books you like
  • Readgeek - Let Readgeek get to know your book taste to get recommendations
  • Community Picks - recommended books for hacker subreddits
  • Book Suggestions Ninja - books suggestions based on book / author or genre
  • Reading Stash - Just a book recommender
  • Kooba - an interactive graph for finding new books
  • dev-books - top of most mentioned books on stackoverflow
  • Goodreads - Popular Reddit Top 200 Books
  • Amazon - Top 100 Free Amazon Best Sellers
  • Jeff Atwood - (2015) Recommended Reading for Developers
  • hackerkid/Mind-Expanding-Books - 📚 Books that will blow your mind. Bonus : Beta website
  • Ask HN - (2018) Which books describe modern devops?
  • Favobooks - famous people's favourite books : explore book recommendations of great thinkers, entrepreneurs, pioneers and visionaries.
  • The Book Seer - What should I read next ?

Business & Economics

News

Learn

  • Jean-Luc - (2013) [FR] 🇫🇷 Les confessions d’un mineur de bitcoin
  • SEO'Brien - Why Do Startups Work in Silicon Valley?
  • Capitalism & Competitiveness (2014) [IMG] [FR] 🇫🇷 Competitivity
  • Adam Pittenger - Love what you build. Build what you love.
  • Sacha Greif - (2014) The Spiderweb Strategy : Why it’s OK if some of your projects don’t make money
  • Andy Adams - (2014) How to talk yourself into charging more
  • Doug Tedder - (2017) The Seven Silent Killers of the IT Organization
  • Greg Kogan - (2017) Reject the First Ideas
  • Greg Kogan - (2017) Progression | Finding errors in your past decisions and ideas means you’re progressing
  • Maggie Stiefvater - a story about piracy by a book writer
  • Greg Rosalsky - (2017) The Economics of the Office: Why Do We Still Commute?
  • Kevin Pezzi MD - (2015) The irony of Silicon Valley
  • Dean Baker - (2017) The problem of doctors’ salaries
  • Daniel Miessler - (2017) The New Luxury of Having Good Information
  • Yevgeniy Brikman - (2017) The Truth About Startups
  • mezod/awesome-indie - Resources for independent developers to make money
  • Joël Spolsky - (2006) A Field Guide to Developers : what they’re looking for, what they like and dislike in a workplace, and what it’s going to take to be a top choice for top developers.
  • Joël Spolsky - (2007) How to demo software
  • David McRaney - (2010) Fanboyism and Brand Loyalty
  • Andrew Orlowski - (2017) Break up Google and Facebook if you ever want innovation again | Jonathan Taplin against the tech giants
  • Google Finance - brings together stories from the many of the best financial news sites + all the market and portfolio data
  • Data Gueule (DTG) - [Videos] [FR] 🇫🇷 #Datagueule, l'émission qui décode les mécanismes de notre société... avec des chiffres ! Datagueule is a french youtube program that decrypts how society functions and provide actual figures
  • Lee Rainie - (2017) 10 facts about jobs in the future
  • Bob Reselman - (2018) Why the promise of low-code software platforms is deceiving

Low-code/no-code platforms mean anyone can code, right? Wrong. This is a dangerous thought for enterprises.

  • Mike Fisher - (2018) Selecting a Cloud Provider
  • Jim Bird - (2015) Don’t Blame Bad Software on Developers – Blame it on their Managers
  • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2016) Why living below your means can help you find a better job
  • John Cutler - (2017) Faster. Faster. Faster.
  • Shan - (2015) Things I hated About Being a Renter for 15 years
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Great Products vs. Great Businesses
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Never Do That Again | about confusion & learning from failure
  • Sophie Bakalar - (2018) How to Beat Amazon
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) The Best Simple Business Models

The three best business models: Make boring things exciting. Make complicated things simple. Make intimidating things painless.

  • Morgan Housel - (2017) The Full Reset | understand the power of starting clean
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) How To Read Financial News
  • umair haque - (2017) The Dopamine Economy
  • John B. Sparks - Histomap: Visualizing the 4,000 Year History of Global Power
  • Paul Graham - (2014) Mean People Fail
  • Scott Santens - (2017) Why we should all have a basic income
  • David Rotman - (2017) The Relentless Pace of Automation
  • Erik Dietrich - (2017) Side Hustle Ideas for Software Developers
  • Gary Klein - (2007) Performing a Project Premortem
  • Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg - (2017) Are You Solving the Right Problems? via Jim Leonardo's article titled "Export to PDF: A Tale in Understanding the Business Need"
  • Ward Cunningham - (2014) Analyzing Xp With Options Pricing | in XP, you should consider the Option to abandon, option to switch, option to defer investment and take advantage of possible future opportunity
  • Joshua Kerievsky - (2009) Do What You Love in a Down Economy
  • David Brown - (2017) How to Stay Grounded and Maintain Your Vision at Your Company | There are four fundamental elements of running a business, and not only is vision the first, it's also the one that the others are built on. | As startup businesses start to scale, the vision can easily get lost.
  • Hicham Amine - (2017) How to Grow A Startup: The 5 Best Tips I’ve ever learned.
  • Eric Jorgenson - (2017) Why Growing Past 20 Employees is so Damn Hard (and what you can do about it)
  • Eric Jorgenson - (2015) Secrets to Perfecting Organizational Communication—Evergreen Business Weekly 3: Internal Communication | If the members of the team cannot communicate, isolation limits their potential.

Overcommunicate in all ways, all the time. There is no such thing as too much communication. When you think you’ve communicated something too much, you’re probably just beginning to get through.

  • Eric Jorgenson - (2015) How Not to Hire Like a Clownshow—Evergreen Business Weekly 2: Hiring
  • Nick Cassella - (2018) Ask Your Coworkers What They Make. You’ll Earn More.
  • Sam Harris - (2017) The Hard Thing About Hard Things — Summary of book
  • Triin Linamagi - (2015) The Most Common Reasons Startups Fail
  • Kevin J. Delaney - (2016) Something weird happens to companies when they hit 150 people
  • Isaac Park - (2017) Founder Problem: I’m The Reason My Startup Doesn’t Grow
  • Shoshanna Solomon - (2018) As startups grow, founders need to learn to let go

As your company grows you have to get used to the fact that you cannot be involved in all the aspects of the company. To delegate is hard Delegating, he said, is another tough thing to do. “The key is to hire people who are more intelligent than you, to find people who are super, super smart, ”

  • David NiuMark Roberge - (2017) How Morale Changes as a Startup Grows | how company's culture changes
  • Kristof Kovacs - The Death Star Design Pattern
  • Dunbar's number - is a suggested cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships—relationships in which an individual knows who each person is and how each person relates to every other person.
  • Hype Cycle - a branded graphical presentation developer by Gartner, for representing the maturity, adoption and social application of specific technologies
  • Simon Wardley - (2015) On Pioneers, Settlers, Town Planners and Theft.
  • Hugo Lassiège - (2013) [FR] Travailler autrement | sur les crises et court-termisme entre autres
  • Gabe Hicks - (2017) 6 Ways to Control Cloud Costs
  • Mike Ensor - (2018) Containers: The Software Development Life Cycle’s Last Mile
  • Beau Lyddon - (2018) Stop Wasting Your Beer Money | Why are engineers so bad at paying other engineers for their work?
  • Robert Greene, Joost Elffers - The 48 Laws of Power
  • Sam Altman - (2018) How to Avoid Distractions and Start the Right Company: Startup Tips from Sam Altman
  • Jesse Weaver - (2015) A Simple Framework for Designing Choices | No design is neutral
  • Rich Archbold - (2018) Run less software
  1. Choose standard technology 2. Outsource Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting 3. Create enduring competitive advantage
  • Reed Hastings - [Slides] (2009) Netflix culture. Bonus : new version here
  • Meredith Somers - (2018) The 20-year-old entrepreneur is a lie | Data from the Census Bureau and the IRS show the average age of successful business founders is 42.

WHY IT MATTERS Good ideas come at any age, but it takes experience to turn them into success stories. Steve Jobs was 21 when he helped found Apple, but he was a 43-year-old CEO when the company created the iMac.

Solve your own problem, everything else will follow However, most developers make zero money off open source. Zero. Show your solution to other people as soon as possible Package it and distribute it as soon as possible (note to self) Don’t be scared, ashamed, or discouraged to make it paid Don’t let anyone tell you how much you should charge for your work value your work and believe that despite the fact that haters are loud, you’re still gonna get a lot of customers who would gladly pay for what you made.

  • Daniel Miessler - (2019) Job Losses from Automation Are Being Actively Engineered and Funded
  • Seth Godin - (2009) Ignore sunk costs
  • When making a choice between two options, only consider what’s going to happen in the future, not which investments you’ve made in the past. The past investments are over, lost, gone forever. They are irrelevant to the future.

Tools

  • Nintendo eShop price comparator - Find the cheapest price for your favourite game, all prices are in Euro.
  • Save Coins - helps you save money when you make a purchase at Nintendo Switch eShop.
  • adiGuba - 🇫🇷 [FR] Les jeux pour Nintendo Switch au meilleur prix !
  • Deku Deals - tracks the prices of Nintendo Switch games on the eShop and at major retailers in order to find the best deals. Add items to your wishlist, and Deku Deals sends you an email as soon as they go on sale.
  • Keepa - This Amazon price tracker will enhance your Amazon shopping experience as they provide price history charts, price drop alerts, price watches, daily drops and browser addons.
  • PSprices - Game price notifications. Automatically monitor 8 platforms in 48 countries.
  • ⭐️ Xerius - 🇫🇷 [FR] [BE] Devenir indépendant : Simulez votre tarif journalier en tant qu'indépendant / Calculateur de Brut-Net / Freelance rate simulator
  • Logo Lab - Test your logo | Put your logo to the test and find out where it succeeds and where improvements could be made.
  • Companyweb - [BE] Know who you’re dealing with | Companyweb specialises in company information in Belgium. Its services allow you to understand the risks, the survival rates, the payment capacity, the profitability, the stability and other key factors of every Belgian company.
  • Finactum - [BE] A website with free financial information about Belgian companies filing obligation, which also offer low-cost high-quality, readable financial reports to.

Cryptocurrency

News

Learn

  • coinpride/CryptoList - Curated collection of blockchain & cryptocurrency resources.
  • Chia Network - blockchain based on proofs of space and time to make a cryptocurrency which is less wasteful, more decentralized, and more secure.
  • Bruce Hunt - (2018) The Art Of Hodling Crypto: Can’t Make this Sh*t Up

If you took 5 of the cryptocurrencies and if you invested $1,000 in each on Jan 1st 2017… you would have : $655,527 for $5,000 invested.

  • WalletGenerator - Paper Wallet Generator for BitCoins and other cryptocurrencies. Create, Print & Fold
  • Bruce Hunt - (2017) Due Diligence Checklist for Investing in Cryptocurrency
  • Bruce Hunt - (2017) How Cryptocurrency Market Behaves, It’s a Damn Cycle.
  • Bruce Hunt - (2018) How to Crush the Crypto Market, Quit Your Job, Move to Paradise and Do Whatever You Want the Rest of Your Life
  • Coin and Crypto - (2018) Bitcoin is outdated tech. These 3 alternatives should be on your radar.
  • Linda Xie - (2018) Tips for crypto newcomers
  • Bitcoin Regret Club - satirical site for people who want to calculate all the money they you could’ve made.
  • The HODLer manifesto - What is HODL?
  • Federico Gambarelli (fede93g) - (2018) The HODLer Manifesto: what does "being a Bitcoin HODLer" mean?
  • Best Bitcoin Exchange Reviews - Best Bitcoin Exchange Comparison
  • CryptoCompare - Compare all Bitcoin exchanges, reviews, live streaming bitcoin prices, fees, deposit methods
  • GamerZ - 🇫🇷 [FR] GamerZ discussion forum about Bitcoin / Cryptocurrencies
  • Anne Gaviola - (2018) Bitcoin's gender divide could be a bad sign, experts say
  • Lucca Runger-Field - (2018) Blockchain In: Politics
  • Nathaniel Whittemore - (2018) We Talk About Blockchain Governance, So Why Not Blockchain Politics?
  • Joseph Lubin - (2016) Is Blockchain Technology Going To Disrupt Our Political System: We Hope So
  • David Ernst - (2016) What is Liquid Democracy?
  • Danny Crichton - (2018) Liquid democracy uses blockchain to fix politics, and now you can vote for it

CLI Tools

See also Shell scripting

Cog is engineered to be more of a framework that addresses a number of concerns many teams have, such as security. With built-in access control and audit logging functionality, Cog allows teams to collaborate on sensitive tasks with higher confidence. Taking inspiration from the command-line interface, Cog has a “pipe” operator that allows users to run a command and use that output as the input for another command in a process.

Cog is engineered to be more of a framework that addresses a number of concerns many teams have, such as security. With built-in access control and audit logging functionality, Cog allows teams to collaborate on sensitive tasks with higher confidence. Taking inspiration from the command-line interface, Cog has a “pipe” operator that allows users to run a command and use that output as the input for another command in a process.

  • Gareth Anderson - (2006) GNU/Linux Command-Line Tools Summary
  • ⭐️ sferik/t - A command-line power tool for Twitter
  • jq Docs - online manual for jq (a lightweight and flexible command-line JSON processor)
  • clvv/fasd - Command-line productivity booster, offers quick access to files and directories, inspired by autojump, z and v.
  • chrisallenlane/cheat - cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line. You can obviously improve the existing ones with your own content. It's also inspiring for shell aliases creation
  • ⭐️ explainshell.com - write down a command-line to see the help text that matches each argument
  • koalephant/shell-script-library - Koalephant Shell Script Library | simplifies building portable command-line tools using shell scripts, and provides tools to assist with building self-contained scripts, and documentation.
  • Paul Heinlein - OpenSSL cookbook / command-line howto
  • OpenStack Docs - OpenStack command-line interface cheat sheet
  • command-not-found.com - Install any command on any operating system.
  • derailed/k9s - 🐶 Kubernetes CLI To Manage Your Clusters In Style!
  • Kotlin/kotlinx.cli - Pure Kotlin implementation of a generic CLI parser.
  • Clikt - Simple, powerful command line parser for Kotlin | Clikt (pronounced “clicked”) is a Kotlin library that makes writing command line interfaces simple and intuitive. It is the “Command Line Interface for Kotlin”. | better alternative to kotlinx.cli ?
  • b4b4r07/gomi - 🗑️ Replacement for UNIX rm command!
  • Sandro Cirulli - (2019) How to Validate a Jenkinsfile

TLDR

curl --user username:password -X POST -F "jenkinsfile=<Jenkinsfile" http://jenkins-url/pipeline-model-converter/validate
  • MorganGeek - (2020) Validating Jenkinsfile in Vim and/or using CLI / terminal
  • twpayne/chezmoi - Manage your dotfiles across multiple machines, securely. | I'm using it for a while, it's a powerful and fast tool for managing dotfiles, easy to use, transparent and secure, with support of Bitwarden, Vault, pass, LastPass, 1Password, gopass, Keepass, GnuPG, Keychain etc.
  • Horia Coman - (2020) Jupiter Dev Log 3 - Lint All The Things
  • ec2.shop - Hacker way to compare ec2 instances price
  • Lib.rs - Command line utilities | List of Rust applications/libraries/crates
  • unixorn/awesome-zsh-plugins - A collection of ZSH frameworks, plugins, tutorials & themes
  • Guido Socher - (2015) AWK one-liner collection
  • asdf-vm/asdf - Extendable version manager for multiple languages | Manage multiple runtime versions with a single CLI tool, extendable via plugins

Collaboration & Problem solving

News

  • TED - [Videos] Ideas worth spreading, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less)
  • Collaborative Fund - About information, collaboration and investments

Learn

  • What do I want to achieve?
  • What are my obstacles?
  • Who has solved this already?
  • Anthony Panozzo - (2016) How to Actually Publish More Things
  • Sam Knuth - A 3-step process for making more transparent decisions
  • Lauri Apple - (2017) documentation : a maturity model for READMEs | Your step-by-step guide to more effective documentation
  • Chastity Blackwell - 7 deadly sins of documentation
  • Muriel Lefevre - [FR] 🇫🇷 Stanislav Petrov, l'homme qui sauva le monde en ne faisant rien
  • Anthony Panozzo - (2015) If Something Is Hard, Do It More Often
  • John D. Cook - (2009) Do you really want to be indispensable?
  • Tobias Fors - (2014) [IMG] The project paradox: making the biggest decisions when knowledge is at it's absolute lowest.
  • Kevin Smith - (2014) [IMG] It costs nothing to encourage an artist
  • Alex Calderon - (2014) [IMG] Are You a Boss or a Leader ?
  • Wesley Moore - (2017) Pair Programming
  • Jacob Shriar - 13 Scary Statistics on Employee Engagement
  • Fred Hébert - Don't be a Jerk: Write Documentation
  • Andrew Bosworth - Say No
  • Shubhro Saha - (2014) Software engineers should write
  • Shubhro Saha - (2017) Two sentences for better meetings
  • J. B. Rainsberger - (2014) Change Your Life One Habit At A Time
  • Lin Taylor - (2017) How I hacked my imposter syndrome using personal tracking
  • Mike Cannon-Brookes - An amateur’s guide to turning impostor syndrome into an asset
  • Chris Parnin - (2014) Notes on Interruption for Programmers
  • ⭐️ Write the Docs - Documentation Guide : a best practice handbook for building, structuring, and writing software documentation, for creating more wonderful documentation in the world
  • Umer Mansoor - (2017) Fix Employee Weaknesses or Focus on Their Strengths?
  • Umer Mansoor - (2016) Effective Code Reviews
  • Brian Kelly - (2013) UX, Then Architecture, Then Tools
  • Tom Preston-Werner - (2010) Readme Driven Development
  • Oblique Strategies - How to break creative blocks by encouraging lateral thinking.
  • Jeff Wainwright - (2017) Code Review Etiquette
  • Doug Tedder - (2017) The Seven Silent Killers of the IT Organization
  • Doug Tedder - (2017) The CAB is Dead. Long Live the CAB.
  • Daniel Doubrovkine - (2015) Connecting People to Enable Magic
  • Greg Kogan - (2017) Reject the First Ideas
  • Kirsten Pickworth - (2017) How to Avoid the Best Practices Trap
  • Carl Hembrough - (2017) When programming was no longer fun | another story about impostor syndrome
  • Charles Duhigg - (2016) What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team
  • MetEdge - [IMG] Successful vs Unsuccessful People
  • Greg Rosalsky - (2017) The Economics of the Office: Why Do We Still Commute?
  • Robert Ecker - (2017) Give Up Perfection!
  • Jeff Goins - (2017) The Single Most Overlooked Secret To Influencing Other People
  • John Cutler - (2016) company culture is…
  • Philippe Bourgau - (2015) From Zero to Pair Programming Hero
  • Erlend Hamberg - (2010) Code Reading as a Team Activity
  • zalando/zalando-howto-open-source - How to Open Source at Zalando. Bonus : Zalando's README Template
  • Joël Spolsky - (2000) Designing for People Who Have Better Things To Do With Their Lives
  • Joël Spolsky - (2007) Evidence Based Scheduling
  • Joël Spolsky - (2001) Human Task Switches Considered Harmful
  • Joël Spolsky - (2000) Painless Bug Tracking
  • David McRaney - (2010) Fanboyism and Brand Loyalty
  • David McRaney - (2013) Survivorship Bias
  • Rachel Potvin & Josh Levenberg - Why Google stores billions of lines of code in a single repository
  • Michael Lynch - (2017) How to Do Code Reviews Like a Human (Part One). Bonus : Part Two
  • Michael Lynch - (2017) The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP
  • Maura Thomas - (2017) Your Team’s Time Management Problem Might Be a Focus Problem
  • Tanja Roth - (2017) 7 rules for avoiding documentation pitfalls
  • GROWS Method - What is GROWS?
  • Catherine Louis - (2017) 20 questions DevOps hiring managers should be prepared to answer
  • Dr. Travis Bradberry - (2015) How Successful People Overcome Toxic Bosses
  • Dominic Krimmer - (2015) 10 powerful tips on how to support a team-based learning culture
  • Dominic Krimmer - (2017) Why We Kicked Estimation Meetings (And Maybe You Should Too)
  • One on One Meeting Template - a template to support you while leading one on one meetings.
  • Sarah Cooper - How to Politely Tell Your Coworkers to Shut the F*ck up
  • Chris Ward - (2017) Distributing Operational Knowledge Across a Team
  • Amar Singh - (2017) You’re working in the wrong place. (if you’re working in an open office)
  • Changing minds - 5W1H - A simple set of question framings
  • Changing minds - Socratic Questioning
  • CrowdSync - (2018) 7 Tips for Creating a New Process
  • Carmen Bourlon - Document like a Journalist
  • Kuba Niechcial - (2018) Assume good intent
  • Kuba Niechcial - (2018) Remember the names - it's your job
  • Steve McConnell - (1998) Dealing With Problem Programmers
  • Steve McConnell - (1996) How to Defend an Unpopular Schedule
  • Steve McConnell - (1996) Classic Mistakes
  • ⭐️ Gregg Caines - (2014) In Defence of the Office
  • Gregg Caines - (2015) Reclaiming Value From Bugs and Outages: Thoughts on Post-Mortems
  • Mike Cottmeyer - (2008) One Team
  • Zach Holman - (2012) Unsucking Your Team's Development Environment
  • Markus Harrer - (2017) Extreme Reduction | how to fit the whole learning subject of one class into a half a dozen tweets. Bonus : see also bulimic learning and Cramming
  • Iwein Fuld - (2010) Practical Styles of Pair Programming
  • Dave Nicolette - (2018) In Favor of Pairing
  • Sami Honkonen - (2011) The Responsibility Process
  • Dan Milstein - [Slides] (2012) How To Run a 5 Whys (With Humans, Not Robots)
  • DATAGUEULE - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Video] (2018) La démocratie comme patron - #DATAGUEULE 79
  • Zach Holman - (2015) Opt-in Transparency | your employees need context
  • Fagner Martins Brack (fagnerbrack) - (2016) Pair Programming | A technique that if done correctly has the potential for delivering software faster with lower cost
  • Kate Matsudaira - (2016) Bad Software Architecture is a People Problem | When people don't work well together they make bad decisions.
  • Kode Vicious - (2010) Broken Builds | Frequent broken builds could be symptomatic of deeper problems within a development project.
  • Kate Matsudaira - (2016) Delegation as Art | Be someone who makes everyone else better.
  • GitHub - Great for new contributors | What open source projects can I contribute to?
  • Yan-David Erlich - [Slides] (2017) Six page cheat-sheet for the book Never Split the Difference, by Chris Voss
  • Jerome Kehrli - (2017) Periodic Table of Agile Principles and Practices
  • Farnam Street - Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (113 Models Explained) | How do you think the most rational people in the world operate their minds? How do they make better decisions?
  • Culture Codes - Employee Handbox Examples | A collection of company handbooks, employee manuals, and more from real companies.
  • folkswhocode/awesome-diversity - A curated list of amazingly awesome articles, websites and resources about diversity in technology.
  • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2017) Technical skills alone won’t make you productive
  • Greg Williams - (2017) Diagrams as Software Documentation – When a Picture Says it Best
  • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2016) Don’t get stuck: 6 ways to get unstuck and code faster
  • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2016) From 10x programmer to 0.1x programmer: creating more with less
  • Gregg Caines - (2015) We're in the Stone Age of Software Engineering Management
  • Marcus Blankenship - (2017) Why your programmers just want to code
  • John Cutler - (2018) Yes, But…
  • Juliet Lara - (2018) You’re doing Stories wrong!
  • Lieven Vaneeckhaute (denshade) - (2017) Solving complex problems using a problem-solution mind map
  • Lieven Vaneeckhaute (denshade) - (2016) Abbreviations are your (false) friend!
  • Jakub Holý - (2016) It Is OK to Require Your Team-mates to Have Particular Domain/Technical Knowledge
  • Farnam Street - (2017) The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals
  • Ashton Kemerling - (2014) Managing Is a Craft Too
  • Ashton Kemerling - (2012) The Myth of the Lone Hacker | without the effort of countless other engineers, part and full time, their projects would have never made it off the ground.
  • Michael Hoffman - (2013) How to be Stuck - Learning to learn to code on the internet
  • Julia Evans - (2018) Working remotely, 4 years in
  • Robert Ecker - (2015) Boosting the Quality of Team Decisions | pros and cons of voting, consensus and strong leadership
  • Arlo Belshee - (2012) Is Pair Programming for Me?
  • Christian Maioli Mackeprang - (2018) How terrible code gets written by perfectly sane people
  • Oded Zilinsky - (2018) How to use ChatOps to boost business engagement across teams | Go cross-silo with chatbots
  • James Wade - (2017) What's involved in a code review?
  • Mike Bursell - (2018) Tackling the most important issue in a DevOps transformation | Why culture is the most important issue in a DevOps transformation
  • ⭐️ Ian Miell - (2018) Five Things I Did to Change a Team’s Culture
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Solving Hard Problems With Simple Ideas
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Conflicting Skill Sets
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Never Do That Again | about confusion & learning from failure
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Skills vs. Behavior
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) How To Read Financial News
  • Nir Cohen - (2016) Trained Engineers - Overnight Managers (or, The Art Of Not Destroying Your Company)
  • Paul Graham - (2014) Mean People Fail
  • Chris Mague - (2017) Things you need to know about giving tech talks
  • Amy M Haddad - (2017) Effective Tips for Working Remotely
  • Nick Babich - (2018) 10 Tips to Develop Better Empathy Maps
  • Srinivas Rao - (2018) Professionals vs Amateurs

When we are amateurs our life was about drama, denial, and distraction — Steven Pressfield

  • The XY problem - (2014) is asking about your attempted solution rather than your actual problem. This leads to enormous amounts of wasted time and energy, both on the part of people asking for help, and on the part of those providing help.
  • Eric Steven Raymond, Rick Moen - (2001) How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
  • Josh Johnson - (2015) DevOps Is Bullshit: Why One Programmer Doesn’t Do It Anymore
  • Hacker News - (2018) Building an Engineering Culture from scratch?
  • Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg - (2017) Are You Solving the Right Problems? via Jim Leonardo's article titled "Export to PDF: A Tale in Understanding the Business Need"
  • Joshua Kerievsky - (2015) Evolutionary Design | agile's most valuable practice?
  • Tim Ottinger - (2017) Taking Breaks in a Disciplined Way | Take breaks otherwise pairing will drain your energy

we don't take breaks because we are tired, we take breaks so that we are never tired.

People will not work together to complete stories if they each have "their own work" to do.

  • Tim Ottinger - (2015) Individual Work Assignments: Neither Agile Nor Team
  • Teresa Amabile and Steven J. Kramer - (2011) The Power of Small Wins | making progress in meaningful work | Managers can help employees see how their work is contributing.
  • Tim Ottinger - (2014) Avoid Rework Through Behavior-Driven Development | eXamples and features specification should be written in a formal way that is easily automated / increasing the signal-to-noise ratio in your communication:
  • Eric Jorgenson - (2015) The Power of Network Effects: Why they make such Valuable Companies, and how to Harness them
  • Eric Jorgenson - (2015) How Not to Hire Like a Clownshow—Evergreen Business Weekly 2: Hiring
  • Kevin J. Delaney - (2016) Something weird happens to companies when they hit 150 people
  • Robin Dunbar - (2011) Friends to count on | The perfect number for a human social group is 150. The challenge is maintaining a real sense of community
  • Shoshanna Solomon - (2018) As startups grow, founders need to learn to let go

As your company grows you have to get used to the fact that you cannot be involved in all the aspects of the company. To delegate is hard Delegating, he said, is another tough thing to do. “The key is to hire people who are more intelligent than you, to find people who are super, super smart, ”

Our new approach felt more natural and we became more responsive to our customer's needs. We spent less time trying to predict how much work we could get done in a rigid time box, and instead allowed ourselves to work on items that ranged from a few hours to a few days.

  • Ben Northrop - (2018) The Reality of Reuse | we're hard-wired to want to make decisions quickly and we take too many shortcuts
  • Naresh Jain - (2011) Impact of Continuous Integration on Team Culture
  • ⭐️ Bridget Kromhout - (2018) Containers Will Not Fix Your Broken Culture (and Other Hard Truths) | Complex socio-technical systems are hard;
  • Dunbar's number - is a suggested cognitive limit to the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships—relationships in which an individual knows who each person is and how each person relates to every other person.
  • Simon Wardley - (2015) On Pioneers, Settlers, Town Planners and Theft.
  • Xiao Ma - (2015) Code • Life | We are already doing these things to our code, why not do them to ourselves?
  • Matthieu Lesne aka coreight - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2016) Les bonnes habitudes de développeurs à appliquer dans sa vie quotidienne
  • Jeff Atwood - (2004) We Make Shitty Software.. With Bugs! | Software is a process, it's never finished, it's always evolving.
  • Fred Hébert - (2018) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Unexpected | about clean architecture, and making things easier
  • Isaac Asimov - (1989) The Relativity of Wrong
  • Jo Meenen - The Art Of Non-Conformity Book Summary
  • Jason Palmer - (2018) You don’t need standup
  • Derek Sivers - (2016) I’m a very slow thinker
  • Derek Sivers - (2010) [Video] First Follower: Leadership Lessons from a Dancing Guy | a Lesson of leadership
  • Derek Sivers - [Video] Obvious to you. Amazing to others.
  • Chesterton's fence - the principle that reforms should not be made until the reasoning behind the existing state of affairs is understood.
  • Satyandra Vadavalli - (2012) Paralysis by Analysis
  • Steve Losh - (2013) Teach, Don't Tell | about documentation
  • Sacha Labourey, Nigel Willie - (2018) DevOps Technician Training: Think Requirements, Not Solutions
  • Dustin Barnes - (2017) Increasing Software Transparency with Lightweight Architectural Decision Records
  • Beau Lyddon - (2018) Stop Wasting Your Beer Money | Why are engineers so bad at paying other engineers for their work?
  • Libby Sander - (2018) Open offices make people talk less and email more
  • Jan Mewes - (2018) How to pick up a new technology in minimal time?
  • Alicia Liu - (2018) Go Slow to Go Fast — Part 1: You, Part 2: Team, Part 3: World
  • Tim Denning - (2018) Why You’re Not Happy With Your Career
  • Ronald Jeffries - (2018) Developers Should Abandon Agile
  • Alberto Brandolini - (2013) Introducing Event Storming | EventStorming is a workshop format for quickly exploring complex business domains.
  • Jeppe Cramon - (2015) [Slides] Event storming
  • Sean Kane - (2018) 6 creative ways to solve problems with Linux containers and Docker
  • Jesse Weaver - (2015) A Simple Framework for Designing Choices | No design is neutral
  • Lolly Daskal - (2017) Dumb Rules That Make Your Best People Want to Quit | TL;DR — Trust employees like the adults they are
  • Gordon Brander - Patterns : "This is my bag of tricks — loose notes, design patterns, rules-of-thumb, methods of enquiry, tools, cheatsheets, gimmicks, leverage points, descriptions of systems, key questions, risks, and unknowns."
  • Ted Dziuba - (2011) Who Needs Process?

Get rid of your prioritized list of tasks. Stop having your daily stand-ups. No more status report e-mails. Just stop doing that stuff, and get rid of anyone who can't cope. Nothing terrible will happen.

  • Ted Dziuba - (2011) Devops Is a Poorly Executed Scam

You need to change the culture the hard way, or replace people as necessary until the culture works.

  • Hugo Sharman-Firth - (2018) The dangers of best practices | Best is the enemy of better
  • Mat Lawrence - (2017) How to facilitate successful offsite meetings: it’s all about the team
  • Sarah Goff-Dupont - (2018) Running effective meetings: a guide for humans
  • Sarah Goff-Dupont - (2018) 6 types of meetings that are actually worthwhile and meetings you can do without
  • Sarah Goff-Dupont - (2018) Avoid these 5 mistakes for an amazing kick-off meeting
  • Bernie Ferguson - (2017) How to manage meetings like an expert facilitator
  • matiassingers/awesome-readme - A curated list of awesome READMEs
  • Akash Nimare - (2016) A Beginners Guide to writing a Kickass README ✍
  • Jo Meenen - Switch Book Summary | How to Change Things When Change Is Hard | good tips here
  • Rich Archbold - (2018) Run less software
  1. Choose standard technology 2. Outsource Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting 3. Create enduring competitive advantage
  1. After encountering the person, do people feel oppressed, humiliated or otherwise worse about themselves?
  2. Does the person target people who are less powerful than him/her?
  • Brendan D. Gregg - (2017) Brilliant Jerks in Engineering
  • The Life Coach School - [Podcast] Ep #212: Simple Solutions | About the importance of defining the problem and finding its root cause, + other tips
  • Catherine Louis - (2018) 8 tips for better agile retrospective meetings
  • Retromap - Inspiration & plans for (agile) retrospectives : Planning your next agile retrospective? Start with a random plan, change it to fit the team's situation, print it and share the URL. Or browse around for new ideas!
  • John Allspaw - (2017) Taking Human Performance Seriously

A proper treatment of the human element requires the human to be the focus

  • wikiHow - (2018) How to Make a QR Code to Share Your WiFi Password.
  • Vadim Kravcenko - (2018) Growing your interns | eventually you will become Senior Developers and will need to nurture your own interns.
  • Greg Kamradt - (2018) How awesome people have taught me to make things happen
  • Vadim Kravcenko - (2018) Dealing with complex projects

If you fail - you learn, if you succeed – even better. And never forget the importance of communication.

  • Daniel Lebrero - (2019) Architecture decisions: the belligerent contrarian and the rule of three
  • LisaDziuba/Awesome-Design-Tools - The best design tools for everything
  • Michelle Venetucci Harvey - (2017) A research roundup to show that your office layout is toxic (and some tips for making it better)
  • David R. MacIver - (2019) How to do hard things
  • Simon Wardley - (2015) An introduction to Wardley 'Value Chain' Mapping. Bonus : See also Wardley map
  • Bryan Cantrill - (2018) Assessing software engineering candidates
  • Raph Lee - (2019) Understand, Design, Build: A Framework for Problem-Solving
  • Guesstimate - free models and tools for modeling things that aren't certain. You can forecast your earnings from a new venture, predict the amount of time completing a big project will take, or experiment with scientific theories. People have used it to optimize video games, understand lottery payoffs, and estimate the costs of childcare.
  • Marie Prokopets - (2019) 11 Best Practices for Working Remotely
  • Julia Evans - (2019) Get your work recognized: write a brag document
  • Farnam Street - (2018) The Surprising Power of The Long Game
  • Farnam Street - (2018) The Decision Matrix: How to Prioritize What Matters
  • Remote Mob Programming - A summary of the essentials of successful Remote Mob Programming
  • Jason Fried - (2016) Status meetings are the scourge.
  • Joe Casabona - (2019) Eliminating Slack as a Distraction to Work Better
  • Gergely Orosz - (2019) Talk First, Code Later

the "talk first, code later" approach is an un-intuitive tool that speeds development up and leads to better communication between engineers and teams. Everyone would have saved so much time, if only we communicated first and wrote code only after.

  • Andy Johns - (2019) Why Standups are Useless and How to Run Great Product Team Meetings
  • World Clock Meeting Planner - Need to make a call to someone far away or arrange a web or video conference across different time zones? Find the best time across time zones with this Meeting Planner.
  • Mike Crittenden - (2021) “Don’t bring problems, bring solutions” is bull crap
  • Cantlin Ashrowan - (2020) Coherent and complex
  • Collaboration, it turns out, gets harder in proportion to two things: the level of coherence you demand from the output, and the complexity of the processes that create it.
  • Collaboration that creates incoherence is easy. You all just do whatever you want. Equally, collaboration on things that are not complex is easy. You can all see whether the log has been chopped or not, there is limited room for debate.
  • On the other hand, lets say that instead we first come up with a clear overarching plan for what we’re doing. This makes it much more likely the outcome will be coherent. But the price we pay is having to handle the complexity of the entire challenge all at once.
  • Async Manifesto - (2014) Manifesto for Async Software Development | Principles of Async Software Development
  • Brandolini's law - also known as the bullshit asymmetry principle, is an internet adage which emphasizes the difficulty of debunking bullshit: "The amount of energy needed to refute bullshit is an order of magnitude larger than to produce it."
  • Allen Holub - (2018) The improvement board

Improvement is something we should do all the time, not once every two weeks in a retrospective. When a problem emerges, don't wait. Fix it. Do everything you can to instill a culture of continuous improvement throughout the organization. An improvements board is one way to do that in the small.

  • The faster you react, the less you think. Not always, but often.
  • It’s fine to disagree, it’s fine to push back, it’s great to have strong opinions and beliefs, but give my ideas some time to set in before you’re sure you want to argue against them.
  • There’s also a difference between asking questions and pushing back. Pushing back means you already think you know. Asking questions means you want to know. Ask more questions.
  • So next time you hear something, or someone, talk about an idea, pitch an idea, or suggest an idea, give it five minutes. Think about it a little bit before pushing back, before saying it’s too hard or it’s too much work. Those things may be true, but there may be another truth in there too: It may be worth it.
  • Seth Godin - (2021) The easy way down
  • Mike Crittenden - (2021) Beware of exception debt
  • Mike Crittenden - (2021) Be a better coworker
  • Organization. Don't lose crap, ever. Passwords, dates, files, emails, notes, links, whatever.

  • Responsiveness. Be easy to reach and quick to respond (but protect your focused deep work time).

  • Reliability. If you said you'll do it, then freaking do it, no matter how tiny it is. People notice.

  • Warmth. Maybe you can't be funny or charming, but you can be warm.

  • Mike Crittenden - (2021) The art of booking a meeting just to force you to do a thing

Communication

  • Bohm Dialogue - (also known as Bohmian Dialogue or "Dialogue in the Spirit of David Bohm") is a freely flowing group conversation in which participants attempt to reach a common understanding, experiencing everyone's point of view fully, equally and nonjudgementally.[1] This can lead to new and deeper understanding. The purpose is to solve the communication crises that face society,[2] and indeed the whole of human nature and consciousness.
  • Eric Jorgenson - (2017) Why Growing Past 20 Employees is so Damn Hard (and what you can do about it)
  • Eric Jorgenson - (2015) Secrets to Perfecting Organizational Communication—Evergreen Business Weekly 3: Internal Communication | If the members of the team cannot communicate, isolation limits their potential.

Overcommunicate in all ways, all the time. There is no such thing as too much communication. When you think you’ve communicated something too much, you’re probably just beginning to get through.

  • Eser Gozcu - (2018) DevOps and Behind the Scenes | BEST EFFORT != BEST PRACTICE | DevOps starts with a real communication. Moving towards a common goal requires social engineering
  • Nonviolent Communication - an approach to nonviolent living based on the idea that all human beings have the capacity for compassion and only resort to violence or behavior that harms themselves and others when they do not recognize more effective strategies for meeting needs
  • Alex Naoumidis - (2018) Elon Musk reveals his productivity rules in a letter he sent to Tesla employees
  • Get of all large meetings, unless you’re certain they are providing value to the whole audience, in which case keep them very short.
  • Also get rid of frequent meetings
  • Walk out of a meeting or drop off a call as soon as it is obvious you aren’t adding value.
  • Don’t use acronyms or nonsense words for objects
  • Communication should travel via the shortest path necessary to get the job done
  • A major source of issues is poor communication between depts. The way to solve this is allow free flow of information between all levels
  • If following a “company rule” is obviously ridiculous in a particular situation, such that it would make for a great Dilbert cartoon, then the rule should change.

If you fail - you learn, if you succeed – even better. And never forget the importance of communication.

  • Curse of knowledge - a cognitive bias that occurs when someone assumes that the others have the same background to understand.
  • Yegor Bugayenko - (2018) Speaker Cheat Sheet
  • Chris Mague - (2017) Things you need to know about giving tech talks
  • Julia Evans - (2019) Get your work recognized: write a brag document
  • Joe Casabona - (2019) Eliminating Slack as a Distraction to Work Better
  • Gergely Orosz - (2019) Talk First, Code Later

the "talk first, code later" approach is an un-intuitive tool that speeds development up and leads to better communication between engineers and teams. Everyone would have saved so much time, if only we communicated first and wrote code only after.

Documentation

Learn

  • Greg Williams - (2017) Diagrams as Software Documentation – When a Picture Says it Best
  • Chastity Blackwell - 7 deadly sins of documentation
  • Fred Hébert - Don't be a Jerk: Write Documentation
  • ⭐️ Write the Docs - Documentation Guide : a best practice handbook for building, structuring, and writing software documentation, for creating more wonderful documentation in the world
  • Lauri Apple - (2017) documentation : a maturity model for READMEs | Your step-by-step guide to more effective documentation
  • Tanja Roth - (2017) 7 rules for avoiding documentation pitfalls
  • Carmen Bourlon - Document like a Journalist
  • Felix - (2019) The Trouble with Knowledge Transfers
  • Steve Losh - (2013) Teach, Don't Tell | about documentation
  • Tom Preston-Werner - (2010) Readme Driven Development
  • zalando/zalando-howto-open-source - How to Open Source at Zalando. Bonus : Zalando's README Template
  • matiassingers/awesome-readme - A curated list of awesome READMEs
  • Akash Nimare - (2016) A Beginners Guide to writing a Kickass README ✍
  • Chris Ward - (2017) Distributing Operational Knowledge Across a Team
  • James Somers - (2019) The three-page paper that shook philosophy : “Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?” : “the Gettier cases”
  • John D. Cook - (2009) Do you really want to be indispensable?
  • Shubhro Saha - (2014) Software engineers should write
  • Hubert Sablonnière - (2017) [Video] 🇫🇷 [FR] Documentation as Code (expliqué à mon père) | DevFest Nantes 2017 | about AsciiDoc, KISS, DRY, Quality, Collaboration
  • PlantUML - Drawing UML with PlantUML : PlantUML Language Reference Guide
  • Anni Bond - Adopting minimalism in your docs
  • The Cloud Posse Developer Hub - You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with the Cloud Posse technology stack as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. This is also useful as a source of inspiration for your own guides and documentation repositories.
  • Brad Appleton - Locality Of Reference Documentation (LoRD)
  • Code and documentation should be kept as close as feasible, but no closer!
  • Minimizing the amount of documentation that must be created and maintained in the first place is probably one of the most important aspects of applying LoRD (perhaps even a precursor)

Tips

  • Box-drawing character - because using some characters such as ╭ ╮ ╯╰> is useful especially for arrows : ╰>
  • Bazyli Brzóska - (2013) On organizing projects and files | TLDR : we shoudl use tags and we need more tools supporting them
  • Christopher Laine - (2019) Ubiquitous Language in your software domain | Defining your software domain’s language makes everything easier
  • Julia Evans - (2019) Get your work recognized: write a brag document
  • Mike Crittenden - (2020) The “You Get One Diagram” approach to architecture documents
  • Manish Goregaokar - (2016) Making Your Open Source Project Newcomer-friendly
  • Seth Godin - (2016) A manifesto for small teams doing important work
  • Julio Merino - (2021) Always be quitting

Tools

  • Daniel Lebrero - (2017) Documenting your architecture: Wireshark, PlantUML and a REPL to glue them all.
  • LisaDziuba/Awesome-Design-Tools - The best design tools for everything
  • Alex Efros - AsciiDoc cheatsheet
  • Dillinger - Online Markdown Editor
  • StackEdit - in-browser markdown editor
  • Adam Pritchard/markdown-here - Markdown Cheatsheet
  • CommonMark - syntax reference for CommonMark, a rationalized version of Markdown syntax
  • CommonMark - Try CommonMark / CommonMark Demo
  • ty-/spec-style-guide - some best practices for writing markdown based specifications to be printable by gitprint.com and pandoc
  • Daichi - (2017) Boost your productivity using Markdown.
  • Carla King - (2014) 6 Great Self-Publishing Tools for Small Press and Author Co-Ops
  • WikiDiff - display difference between two terms, using wikipedia definition. Useful when answering online tests
  • BubuAnabelas/awesome-markdown - A curated list of delightful Markdown stuff.
  • Markdeep - a free technology for writing plain text documents that will look good in any web browser, whether local or remote. It supports diagrams, calendars, equations, and other features as extensions of Markdown syntax.
  • tcort/markdown-link-check - checks that all of the hyperlinks in a markdown text to determine if they are alive or dead
  • kylelobo/The-Documentation-Compendium - 📢 Various README templates & tips on writing high-quality documentation that people want to read.
  • milo-minderbinder/AWS-PlantUML - PlantUML sprites, macros, and other includes for AWS components.
  • RicardoNiepel/C4-PlantUML - C4-PlantUML includes macros, stereotypes, and other goodies (like VSCode Snippets) for creating C4 diagrams with PlantUML.
  • toml-lang/toml - Tom's Obvious, Minimal Language | TOML aims to be a minimal configuration file format that's easy to read due to obvious semantics.
  • Cloudcraft - Visualize your cloud architecture like a pro | Create smart AWS diagrams
  • antonbabenko/modules.tf-lambda - Infrastructure as code generator - from visual diagrams created with Cloudcraft.co to Terraform

Onboarding

Creativity 💡

  • TED - [Videos] Ideas worth spreading, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less)
  • Innovating Now! - (2011) CK Theory : The Concept Knowledge Theory
  • Jason Fried - The Intimidating Zero
  • DIY Projects - Craft Ideas & How To’s for Home Decor with Videos
  • Hackaday - fresh hacks every day
  • Louis-Xavier Lavallée - [Slides] 10 Reasons Why Successful Leaders Are Keeping a Journal
  • NanoDano - "I know how to program, but I don't know what to program"
  • Nathan Kontny - How to be original / aka whom creative ideas come from ?
  • Marion PoetzNikolaus FrankeMartin Schreier - (2014) Sometimes the Best Ideas Come from Outside Your Industry
  • Dan Kim - It’s OK to be pragmatic (with a little help from the “crazy ones”)
  • /r/GoogleCardboard - Google Cardboard VR subreddit
  • Modd.io - a one minute game maker proof of concept, with ability to join others games online or fork their projects to create your own
  • ⭐️ Daniel Miessler - Stop Being Proud of Complexity
  • Marco de Saint-Hilaire - [FR] 🇫🇷 [eBook] L'art de payer ses dettes et de satisfaire ses créanciers sans débourser un sou
  • The Next Web - (2014) [IMG] It's not about being first to market, it's about being the best. / It's Never Too Late / Just do it better.
  • John D. Cook - (2009) Doing good work with bad tools
  • Kevin Smith - (2014) [IMG] It costs nothing to encourage an artist
  • Vala Afshar - (2014) [IMG] knowledge vs experience vs creativity
  • Roy Osing - Anti principles (Don't do this !) / 11 Ways To Lose Yourself In The Crowd
  • Julia Evans - (2017) Blogging principles
  • Steve Yegge - You Should Write Blogs
  • Adam Pittenger - Love what you build. Build what you love.
  • Lin Taylor - (2017) How I hacked my imposter syndrome using personal tracking
  • spammimic - encode your secret message into something innocent looking.
  • Lionel Dricot - [FR] 🇫🇷 Votre idée ne vaut rien
  • Brian Kelly - (2013) UX, Then Architecture, Then Tools
  • Oblique Strategies - How to break creative blocks by encouraging lateral thinking.
  • Greg Kogan - (2017) Reject the First Ideas
  • Katie McKenna - (2017) Be a Better Writer: 5 Lessons Learned From Yoga Teacher Training
  • Kirsten Pickworth - (2017) How to Avoid the Best Practices Trap
  • Cate McGehee - (2017) The Single Best Thing I’ve Ever Heard About Ideation and Brainstorming
  • Robert Ecker - (2017) Give Up Perfection!
  • Benjamin P. Hardy - (2017) This 10-Minute Routine Will Increase Your Clarity And Creativity
  • Kim Roach - (2015) 101 Ways to Promote Your Next Blog Post
  • Kevin Pezzi MD - (2015) The irony of Silicon Valley
  • Philippe Bourgau - (2017) 13 Tricks for Successful Side Projects
  • James Routley - (2017) Advice on starting a programming blog
  • mezod/awesome-indie - Resources for independent developers to make money
  • David McRaney - (2010) Confirmation Bias
  • Buy Me A Coffee - A free, fast and beautiful way to accept donations
  • Vala Afshar - (2014) [IMG] 33 ways to stay creative:
  • Scott Chacon - (2009) Do What You Want
  • Jon Bell - (2013) McDonald’s Theory. In french : Rémi Parmentier - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2013) La théorie du McDonald’s
  • Benoit Collet - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2013) 20 trucs super cool que vous pouvez faire avec votre boite à pizza
  • Maaike Brinkhof - (2016) Mapping Biases to Testing: Confirmation Bias
  • Greg Williams - (2017) Diagrams as Software Documentation – When a Picture Says it Best
  • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2016) Stagnating at your programming job? Don’t quit just yet!
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) Solving Hard Problems With Simple Ideas
  • ⭐️ Craig Shapiro - (2017) Passionate Goals
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) The Full Reset | understand the power of starting clean
  • Morgan Housel - (2018) Ideas That Changed My Life
  • Josh Archer - (2017) Motivation is dangerous | be disciplined
  • Nick Babich - (2018) 10 Tips to Develop Better Empathy Maps
  • Srinivas Rao - (2018) Professionals vs Amateurs

When we are amateurs our life was about drama, denial, and distraction — Steven Pressfield

  • Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg - (2017) Are You Solving the Right Problems? via Jim Leonardo's article titled "Export to PDF: A Tale in Understanding the Business Need"
  • TalAter/awesome-book-authoring - A collection of awesome resources for technical book authors
  • Quora - (2014) What is publishing a book with O'Reilly Media like?
  • Blake Gossard - (2018) The Importance of Getting Distracted | The pervasive message of “stay focused for success” is wrong

curiosity and broad inquiry are necessarily incompatible with focus on specific goals.

  • Simon Wardley - (2015) On Pioneers, Settlers, Town Planners and Theft.
  • Xiao Ma - (2015) Code • Life | We are already doing these things to our code, why not do them to ourselves?
  • Hugo Lassiège - (2017) [FR] Le 10ème homme
  • Derek Sivers - (2016) I’m a very slow thinker
  • Derek Sivers - [Video] Obvious to you. Amazing to others.
  • Sean Kane - (2018) 6 creative ways to solve problems with Linux containers and Docker
  • Austin Kleon - (2018) Reading with a pencil | Full ownership of a book only comes when you have made it a part of yourself, and the best way to make yourself a part of it — which comes to the same thing — is by writing in it.
  • Retromap - Inspiration & plans for (agile) retrospectives : Planning your next agile retrospective? Start with a random plan, change it to fit the team's situation, print it and share the URL. Or browse around for new ideas!
  • Anne Quito - (2018) Drawing is the best way to learn, even if you’re no Leonardo da Vinci
  • Drawing helps us think better
  • Drawing makes us better humans

Solve your own problem, everything else will follow However, most developers make zero money off open source. Zero. Show your solution to other people as soon as possible Package it and distribute it as soon as possible (note to self) Don’t be scared, ashamed, or discouraged to make it paid Don’t let anyone tell you how much you should charge for your work value your work and believe that despite the fact that haters are loud, you’re still gonna get a lot of customers who would gladly pay for what you made.

  • Logo Lab - Test your logo | Put your logo to the test and find out where it succeeds and where improvements could be made.
  • CodeElf - Search over Github, Bitbucket, Google Code, Codeplex, Sourceforge, Fedora Project, GitLab to find real-world usage variable names | A search tool helps dev to solve the naming things problem. Source code : unbug/codelf

CRM

Culture

  • TED - [Videos] Ideas worth spreading, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less)
  • SC (SensCritique) - [FR] 🇫🇷 french social networking service meant for discovery, cataloging, sharing reviews and tastes in films, tv series, music, books, comics and video games
  • Rotten Tomatoes - quality measurement for movies & tv, by creating a score based on top critics
  • Metacritic - similar to Rotten Tomatoes. Aggregates reviews and provides a metascore for movies, tv, games and music
  • IMDB (Internet Movie Database) - aka IMDb, the biggest online database of info related to films and tv
  • Learn by Reading - Discover your next favorite learnable (Non-fiction) book from Amazon Book
  • Gnod - Discover new books based on what you like
  • ⭐️ Goodreads - a home for you books, to manage your collection and discover new books
  • ⭐️ LibraryThing - a home for your books, to manage your library and discover new books. | Recommendations are numerous and usually relevant to me for every book I tried
  • Whichbook - a tool for selecting what book to read next
  • What Should I Read Next? - another tool to discover new books based on what you like
  • AllReaders - book search engine, get details and recommendations about books you like
  • Readgeek - Let Readgeek get to know your book taste to get recommendations
  • My 90's TV - Go back to the 1990's via this nostalgic TV simulator and relive the original ads, music videos, movie trailers, shows and more!
  • Community Picks - recommended books for hacker subreddits
  • A random quote - Short summaries of books / Great books summarized in 5 quotes or less
  • Cinesift - 'Cinesift' Sorts Ratings and Streaming Services to Help Users Pick Films. Bonus : Presentation of Cinesift by Trend Hunter
  • WikiSummaries - A listing of free book summaries in English by category and alphabetically.
  • Actionable Books - 1134 business book summaries with personality. Insights you can apply in five minutes.
  • ⭐️ UnplugTheTV - [Videos] Unplug the tv : What should you watch if not the television ?
  • Khan Academy - free online courses, lessons and practice
  • ⭐️ What is my movie ? - finds movies based on your own words, actors, directors, genres etc.
  • RadioKawa - [FR] 🇫🇷 lot of good podcasts in video games, music, arts, tv, cinema, culture, and misc.
  • Geekzone - [FR] 🇫🇷 a couple of tasty podcasts for geeks
  • Parkhi Rastogi - Recommend Movie by Plot (reveal movie title after reading the plot)
  • RichardLitt/awesome-fantasy - Fantasy literature worth reading
  • sindresorhus/awesome-scifi - Sci-Fi worth consuming
  • Duolingo - free tool for learning another language, Duolingo makes it fun, and helps keep you engaged for the long haul.
  • Open Culture - 1,300 Free Online Courses from Top Universities
  • Academic Earth - free access to world-class education; streaming of lectures from many of top universities
  • Project Gutenberg - over 54,000 free eBooks, especially older works for which copyright has expired.
  • Data Gueule (DTG) - [Videos] [FR] 🇫🇷 #Datagueule, l'émission qui décode les mécanismes de notre société... avec des chiffres ! Datagueule is a french youtube program that decrypts how society functions and provide actual figures
  • FOSDEM - video recordings from FOSDEM events (linux, containers, free software, open source, programming, ...)
  • Courseroot - Review the best online courses on the internet in one place
  • ⭐️ Internet Archive: Wayback Machine - The Internet archive, bringing back old/dead pages to live
  • Ramène Ta Science (alias RTS) - 🇫🇷 [FR] podcast de vulgarisation scientifique de Geekzone
  • Morgan Housel - (2017) How To Read Financial News
  • Chengeer Lee - (2017) Fuck Motivation!
  • Lindsay Kolowich - (2017) The 20 Best Websites for Wasting Time on the Internet in 2018 | NSFW
  • Sam Thielman - (2017) Why broke millennials love “Rick and Morty”
  • What the Hell Should I Watch on Netflix? - Your First World problems are over.
  • Linux Academy - Courses: Master your Linux and cloud stack. | Azure, OpenStack, DevOps, Big Data, Containers, Security, AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Linux, ... Examples : AWS Certification Training
  • ImagoTV - 🇫🇷 [FR] Netflix gratuit de la transition écologique !
  • daltonmenezes/netflix-list-exporter - 💫 An Extension to export your lists from Netflix to Clipboard area and share with your friends. | also useful if used to compare lists to know what to watch together
  • The Atlantic - Life Timeline : Explore your life in history. | Tell us your birthday, and we’ll show you how the world has changed during your lifetime.
  • Sur le champ - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Videos] La tactique et la stratégie militaires ont aussi une histoire. A travers l'analyse de différentes batailles, cette chaîne Youtube vous propose de découvrir ce qui a marqué cette discipline, non pour l'exercer mais pour la comprendre.
  • Rating Graph - is an online visualization tool which generates fancy graphs from user ratings (ranging between 1.0 and 10.0) submitted to TV show's Episodes and Movies.
  • Blog Histoire - 🇫🇷 [FR] L'Histoire en podcast
  • NeoGAF - (2019) Nice looking DOS games | Discussion thread
  • pirate/ArchiveBox - 🗃 The open source self-hosted web archive. Takes browser history/bookmarks/Pocket/Pinboard/etc., saves HTML, JS, PDFs, media, and more... See also : Website
  • David Gilbert - (2013) Why Japanese Web Design Is So… Different
  • oduwsdl/archivenow - A Tool To Push Web Resources Into Web Archives
  • Movix.ai - Discover your movie in a few clicks | Movix.ai is a movie recommendation service based on artificial intelligence and Deep Learning. Click movies and tags you like and the system will do the rest — in a few clicks, Movix adapts to your preferences and gives you movies worth watching.
  • Bouquineux - 🇫🇷 [FR] Livres numériques gratuits et libres de droits
  • Ebooks Libres et Gratuits - 🇫🇷 [FR] Ebooks gratuits | Livres électroniques gratuits | Free ebooks
  • Nos livres - 🇫🇷 [FR] Catalogue de livres électroniques du domaine public francophone
  • Instructables - How to make anything
  • The Free Software Foundation - (2020) Ethical Tech Giving Guide - Does the gift you're giving your loved ones put someone else in control?
  • Mozilla - (2020) Privacy not included* | Be Smart. Shop Safe. | How creepy is that smart speaker, that fitness tracker, those wireless headphones? We created this guide to help you shop for safe, secure connected products.

Data

  • /r/dataisbeautiful - a place for visualizations that effectively convey information
  • /r/Infographics - all the latest infographics
  • /r/funnycharts - funny charts
  • AcquiredBy - Definitive list of tech acquisitions
  • Jeroen Janssens - Data Science at the Command Line
  • Million Song Dataset - The Last.fm Dataset
  • Information is Beautiful - the world’s data, information and knowledge distilled into beautiful and useful graphs & diagrams.
  • visual complexity - A visual exploration on mapping complex networks | beautiful graphs in various topics
  • Worldometers - shows estimated current numbers based on statistics and projections from the most reputable official organizations, for economics, media, world population, etc.
  • Evan Sangaline - (2017) One Million robots.txt Files
  • HTTP Archive - provides a record of web stats. Bonus : Example 1
  • Hive Plots - Rational Network Visualization - Farewell to Hairballs | Linear Layout for Network Visualization - Visually Interpreting Network Structure and Content Made Possible
  • BioFabric - displays a network where nodes are depicted as horizontal lines, not as points! Take a look at the Super-Quick Demo to see how it works in under 60 seconds. Example : Simple BioFabric Rendered
  • maxogden/biofabric - a client side module for generating biofabric graphs in svg using d3
  • Mode Analytics - example of Hive plot
  • OpenCycleMap - 🚴 the OpenStreetMap Cycle Map
  • Digital Wallonia - [FR] [BE] Open Data pour la Wallonie
  • Data.gov.be - [FR] [BE] Belgian open data portal
  • OpenRefine/OpenRefine - OpenRefine is a free, open source power tool (by Google) for working with messy data and improving it. See also [https://openrefine.org/](Official site)
  • Max Roser and Mohamed Nagdy - (2018) Optimism & Pessimism | why people are optimistic or pessimistic about certain things and how this is influenced by human nature, the media, or social changes.
  • Google Dataset Search - Dataset Search enables users to find datasets stored across the Web through a simple keyword search.
  • The Atlantic - Life Timeline : Explore your life in history. | Tell us your birthday, and we’ll show you how the world has changed during your lifetime.
  • Information is Beautiful - World's Biggest Data Breaches & Hacks
  • InterPlanetary File System - The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol and peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system. IPFS uses content-addressing to uniquely identify each file in a global namespace connecting all computing devices. See also : Wikipedia and GitHub
  • Replication crisis - The replication crisis (or replicability crisis or reproducibility crisis) is, as of 2019, an ongoing methodological crisis in which it has been found that many scientific studies are difficult or impossible to replicate or reproduce. The replication crisis affects the social and life sciences most severely.
  • awesomedata/awesome-public-datasets - Awesome Public Datasets | A topic-centric list of HQ open datasets.

Digital marketing

  • Portent Blog - articles about analytics, copy writing, creativity, internet marketing, PPC, SEO, social media
  • Kirsten Pickworth - (2017) How to Avoid the Best Practices Trap
  • Neil Patel - (2015) The Psychology of Excitement: How to Better Engage Your Audience | marketing

Ecology 🌱

  • Cartooning for Peace - [IMGS] Cartoons about censorship, freedom of expression, human rights, environment, inequality, war, religion, migrations, etc
  • IRCEL - CELINE - Current Air Quality Measurements of Belgian Interregional Environment Agency (IRCEL - CELINE)
  • écoconso - [FR] [BE] Magasins de vrac et zéro déchet de Wallonie et Bruxelles
  • GreenIT.fr - 🇫🇷 [FR] est un lieu de réflexion sur ces deux enjeux du numérique durable / responsable (définition); éco-conception des équipements et des services numériques, économie d’énergie, réemploi et recyclage, etc. – mais aussi les usages et le rôle du numérique pour glisser vers une économie plus légère, circulaire (cradle to cradle), puis vers une économie positive.
  • Michaël Petit - 🇫🇷 [Slides] [FR] (2019) Les impacts des TIC (Technologies de l'information et de la communication) sur l'environnement | Analyse des impacts, et propositions d'actions et aides concrètes. via Almin conference (UNamur, Belgique)
  • Djan Gicquel - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2019) Réduire son empreinte carbone numérique
  • Bloquer la publicité et les pisteurs de façon efficace sur le web
  • Limiter l’usage des moteurs de recherches
  • Limiter et optimiser son usage du cloud
  • Utiliser des logiciels P2P pour envoyer des fichiers et communiquer
  • Diminuer son usage des réseaux sociaux
  • Optimiser la batterie de son smartphone
  • Limiter son usage du streaming
  • Optimiser son usage du courriel
  • Faire durer ses équipements
  • Utiliser des systèmes d’exploitations libres
  • Créer des sites web léger et sans briques GAFAM
  • L’utilisation de l’encre et le toner ont également un impact écologique. il est possible de faire des économies en changeant de polices.
  • Vous n’êtes pas forcé de prendre vos photos en 16 M de pixels. Vous pouvez réduire la résolution de vos photos.
  • Éteindre sa box quand on ne s’en sert pas.
  • Essayer de vous passer du wifi et passez au câble ethernet.
  • Ne pas laisser ses appareils en veille. Prenez l’habitude d’éteindre vraiment votre pc fixe ou portable, d’éteindre les écrans et les multiprises de vos appareils.
  • Utiliser les modes sombres des applications.

J’ai alors mesuré avec l’aide de pkpgcounter sur des versions PDF de mes documents la proportion de noir dans la surface totale si on les imprimait en 600 dpi [..] Cela donne les résultats suivants en pourcentage de noir sur la surface de la page

  • Free Serif (11,3 pt, 3 151 caractères) 6,182 890 %
  • Linux Libertine O (12 pt, 3 155 caractères ) 6,396 547 %
  • URW Bookman L (10,5 pt, 3 153 caractères) 6,796 432 %
  • Times New Roman (12 pt, 3 153 caractères) 6,970 791 %
  • URW Gothic L (10,6 pt, 3 153 caractères) 7,219 216 %
  • Verdana (10,3 pt, 3 149 caractères) 8,071 796 %
  • Georgia (11,3 pt, 3 149 caractères) 8,074 857 %
  • Arial (11,3 pt, 3 148 caractères) 8,835 107 %
  • Alex so yes - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2021) Comment coder un site écologique ? Devenir un développeur green avec l’éco-conception web

Tools

  • Ecometer - Analyse your website's ecodesign maturity
  • EcoIndex - 🇫🇷 [FR] L’objectif d’EcoIndex est d’aider le plus grand nombre à prendre conscience de l’impact environnemental de l’internet et de proposer des solutions concrètes pour réduire cet impact. EcoIndex vous propose donc une analyse automatique de premier niveau pour vous aider à identifier rapidement et gratuitement des sites web / services en ligne à ausculter en priorité.

Finding content 🔍

  • Reddit - Piracy Megathread on reddit
  • ⭐️ /r/piracy - piracy on reddit
  • 🔥 Library Genesis - ebooks and scientific articles. Bonus : Mirror #1, Mirror #2 with nice UI, Mirrors list
  • ⭐️ Internet Archive: Wayback Machine - The Internet archive, bringing back old/dead pages to live
  • 🔥 ZLibrary - The world's largest ebook library.
  • Soulseek - for hard to find music .
  • RuTracker - torrent for music
  • OpenSubtitles.org - large open subtitles database for tv shows and movies
  • TVsubtitles.net - large collection of subtitles for tv shows
  • Addic7ed.com - free subtitles for tv show and movies
  • arXiv.org - Cornell University library : e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics
  • InterfaceLIFT - High resolution photography wallpapers for every screen size
  • ⭐️ sindresorhus/awesome - Curated list of awesome lists
  • Calvin Cheng - AwesomeSearch : find awesome lists more quickly.
  • bayandin/awesome-awesomeness - A curated list of awesome awesomeness
  • FindLectures - Great collection of lectures to discover interesting topics that you might not think to look for. Bonus : related subreddit with new suggestions
  • ThePirateBay Proxy List
  • NextWarez - [FR] 🇫🇷 news and ranking about download sites and downloaded contents
  • Kooba - an interactive graph for finding new books
  • Urban Dictionary - online dictionary of slang words and phrases
  • The Load Guru - How To Get Started With XDCC
  • The Load Guru - How To Configure mIRC For Downloading
  • Cr4wlGa - A plain XDCC indexer
  • SunXDCC - a XDCC indexer
  • TorrentFreak - file sharing, privacy & copyright news
  • Opentrackers - private torrent trackers & file sharing
  • Torrent Franais - [FR] 🇫🇷 file sharing & torrent news
  • Top torrent sites according to TorrentFreak : YTS.AG, Limetorrents, Torrentz a meta search engine, TorrentProject, Torrent Downloads. Others : Sky torrents
  • MorganGeek - download sites compared using some searches
  • The Pirate Bay - yet one of the best place to find good torrents. Bonus : Pirate Bay Proxies sites + A Pirate bay proxy website
  • iDope - torrent indexer / tribute to kickass
  • Extreme Download - [FR] 🇫🇷 a good place to find direct download links for various content
  • Zone Telechargement - [FR] 🇫🇷 an alternative place to find direct download links
  • Torrent9 - [FR] 🇫🇷 Torrent9 because T411 starts to suck is out of business. See also their official Twitter account to keep up in case the URL would change again (which is likely to happen).
  • torrents.me - good torrent indexer (lot of content), but results quality may depend on your criteria
  • TorrentProject - torrent indexer with lot of content
  • TwoDDL - a place for direct download links, but not the best
  • DuckDuckGo - a search engine that emphasizes protecting searchers' privacy. Related : Suggested search engines by PrivacyTools
  • WikiLeaks - publishes full online archives of information that has been censored or suppressed, or is likely to be lost. Related : /r/WikiLeaks
  • dvdcompare.net - dvd & blu-ray informations & comparisons
  • VileR - world's biggest collection of classic text mode fonts, system fonts and BIOS fonts from DOS-era IBM PCs and compatibles
  • Movie-Censorship.com - News about movie censorship + comparisons of alternate versions (Movies, Comics, Series, Games and more)
  • caps-a-holic.com - DVD und Blu-ray Comparisons
  • BestTariff.be - Find the best offer for your mobile / internet / phone usage profile
  • Twoogle - Search tweets in realtime
  • Fast Andes - a search engine that shows you products highly scored by reddit comments and submissions.
  • IMSE - Internet Movie Search Engine
  • SoMeFilm - Movies / tv shows recommendations : what will you watch tonight ?
  • Book Suggestions Ninja - books suggestions based on book / author or genre
  • Reading Stash - Just a book recommender
  • Tunefind - Music from all popular tv shows
  • Tunefind - Music from all popular tv shows and movies
  • ⭐️ What is my movie ? - finds movies based on your own words, actors, directors, genres etc.
  • mps-youtube - Terminal based YouTube player and downloader
  • FileChef - Get direct download links for almost anything
  • Tor2web - Browse the Tor Onion Services
  • The Hidden Wiki - [TOR] a list of websites that have free ebooks.
  • Imperial Library - [TOR] online library with +100.000 books
  • Deep web sites links - [TOR] Deep Web Books Link | Dark Web Books Sites
  • chaconnewu/awesome-augmented - curated list of awesome lists
  • Metal Torrent Tracker - a good metal music tracker 🤘
  • RockBox - metal music torrent tracker 🤘
  • Daniel Miessler - google search tips
  • TopAchat - [FR] 🇫🇷 Config'O'Matic helps you to get the right components to assemble your dream computer, this is how I built mine in 2014
  • Slant - this community of enthusiasts provide recommendations on lot of things / useful to find best tools for the job
  • dupeGuru - is a tool to find duplicate files on your computer.
  • PubMed - +27 million content in biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books.
  • Repo you may like - Select some GitHub repository and see what recommendations comes up
  • jivoi/awesome-osint - curated list of awesome open source intelligence (OSINT) tools and resources.
  • GitHub - Topics on GitHub
  • GitLogs - definitive list of top resources of GitHub
  • Fox eBook - ebooks site
  • Maggie Stiefvater - a story about piracy by a book writer
  • Khan Academy - free online courses, lessons and practice
  • Awesome Repos - the top of awesome repositories
  • Devhints - collection of Rico's cheatsheets about programming, DevOps, etc.
  • UncommonGoods - Find cool and unusual gifts for any occasion
  • Socratease - A Joyful, Engaging Way to Learn New Things : black holes, quantum mechanics, bitcoins, ...
  • Smashwords - ebooks from independent authors and publishers
  • The Mastodon Project - Mastodon instances list. Bonus : helper to choose instance
  • Mastodon - take a break from twitter and switch to one of mastodon instances.
  • mastoview - A tool to preview what a Mastodon instance is saying, useful if you don't know which one is the best fit for you
  • Moviemania - super big textless high-resolution movie wallpapers database
  • Parkhi Rastogi - Recommend Movie by Plot (reveal movie title after reading the plot)
  • ⭐️ khinsider - good place to find video game music
  • bestofyoutube - [Videos] The best of youtube
  • Koreus - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Videos] best funny videos from internet
  • Wolfram Alpha - ultra-nerdy search engine with advanced features
  • Project Gutenberg - over 54,000 free eBooks, especially older works for which copyright has expired.
  • Paul Myers - Facebook Secrets
  • Courseroot - Review the best online courses on the internet in one place
  • GSMArena.com - mobile phone reviews, news, specifications and more...
  • Les Numériques - 🇫🇷 [FR] Test, actu, comparatif high-tech/électroménager
  • IKnowWhatYouDownload - Detailed statistic for torrent downloads and distributions for your or specific IP address
  • Atlassian Docs - Search for code in Bitbucket Server
  • Opentrackers.org - (2017) A guide to help people find ebooks & textbooks
  • Reddit - Free Ebooks
  • Broadcastify - Listen Live to Police, Fire, EMS, Aviation, and Rail Audio Feeds
  • Hacker News - listen to airports, police, radio, live bitcoin transactions, and more
  • What the Hell Should I Watch on Netflix? - Your First World problems are over.
  • You are listening to - Los Angeles
  • You are listening to - Nasa
  • Reddit - youarelistening.to on reddit
  • Hurricane Electric BGP Toolkit - This website is an Internet analysis site for the whole Internet. useful tool to collect ip, addresses, etc
  • BGPView - allows you to debug and investigate information about IP addresses, ASN, IXs, BGP, ISPs, Prefixes and Domain names.
  • COMODO Certificate Search
  • Shodan - Explore the Internet | Discover the Internet using search queries shared by other users. Cams, Webcams, Default passwords...
  • Censys - Find and analyze every reachable server and device on the Internet.
  • Robtex - is used for various kinds of research of IP numbers, Domain names, etc. Examples : Reverse DNS Lookup, Whois, AS macros.
  • RIPE Database - Webupdates / database query
  • GitHub Help - searching code / tips & tricks
  • GhostProject - Find leaked passwords. Search by full email address or username
  • qit - Search for Tech podcasts by topic
  • DSL-Store - T-Shirt online store. Your best t-shirt should be like your bed. It just feels like you are home when you are in it.
  • Putlocker - The easiest way to watch your favorite movies online!
  • Open Culture - 1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, Documentaries, etc.
  • ZippyShare - Search and Download Free MP3, Music, Books, Epubs, APK and Video
  • Yggtorrent - 1st French torrent tracker
  • 50GamesLike - video game recommendation engine with more than 40 000 video games : select a game you love and discover 50 recommendations.
  • Internet Archive - eBooks and Texts : The Internet Archive offers over 15,000,000 freely downloadable books and texts. There is also a collection of 550,000 modern eBooks that may be borrowed by anyone with a free archive.org account.
  • TorrentSeeker - is a powerful torrent search combining results from dozens of torrent sites
  • Abbreviations.com - The Web's largest and most authoritative acronyms and abbreviations resource
  • Ah shhgit! - Find GitHub secrets in real time | Shhgit finds secrets and sensitive files across GitHub code and Gists committed in near real time by listening to the GitHub Events API. Bonus : Source code
  • GitHut - A small place to discover more about the usage of programming languages in GitHub.
  • Yacy - is a free search engine that anyone can use to build a search portal for their intranet or to help search the public internet.
  • Loklak Search - Distributed Open Source Search for Twitter and Social Media with Peer to Peer Technology
  • SteamPeek - Find up to 60 similar games for almost any game | Trending and similar indie gems, search by games, tags and categories easily and more
  • ProbQA - A quiz-based interactive recommendation engine to find the best video game to play next.
  • whatoplay - The idea for whatoplay first came as an answer to the question, “How do we pick which games to play?”. You can get recommendations by genre / platform, or explore recommendations starting from specific game. Examples :
  • RAWG - Discover your next favorite game | The largest video game database and video game discovery service powered by you!. RAWG is building its database as an infotainment and discovery tool where every user can build its own library of video games and find out about new titles. | RAWG is officially the largest video game database in the world
  • Movix.ai - Discover your movie in a few clicks | Movix.ai is a movie recommendation service based on artificial intelligence and Deep Learning. Click movies and tags you like and the system will do the rest — in a few clicks, Movix adapts to your preferences and gives you movies worth watching.
  • Internet Relay Chat - Search chat rooms (IRC channels) within the Internet Relay Chat and get informed about their users and topics!
  • Read Comics Online - Website to read DC and Marvel Comics Online for FREE.
  • Bouquineux - 🇫🇷 [FR] Livres numériques gratuits et libres de droits
  • Ebooks Libres et Gratuits - 🇫🇷 [FR] Ebooks gratuits | Livres électroniques gratuits | Free ebooks
  • Nos livres - 🇫🇷 [FR] Catalogue de livres électroniques du domaine public francophone
  • Mobilism - Your Source for Apps & Books | Login available via BugMeNot
  • Redbubble - Awesome design products designed by independent artists | clothing, stickers, art, masks, accessories, home & living, kids & babies, gifts, ...
  • 📚 Freely available programming books - List of Free Learning Resources In Many Languages. Source code : EbookFoundation/free-programming-books
  • hackerkid/Mind-Expanding-Books - 📚 Books that will blow your mind. Bonus : Beta website

App discovery

  • Y Combinator - Hacker news Show : where people share their work. Related : ⭐️ Newest Show HN
  • ⭐️ Product Hunt - discover new products (apps, websites, services, ...)
  • ⭐️ AlternativeTo - crowdsourced software recommendations, find alternatives to existing softwares
  • Similarsites - easily find similar websites
  • Superbly Space - inventory of valuable quality softwares, services, websites, usually matching the ones I look for
  • Product Hunt - a list of top 500 makers on Product Hunt
  • AppRecs - app search engine
  • StumbleUpon - discover the best of the web, one click at a time. This service learns what you like and brings you more like it
  • Random Hunt - Like StumbleUpon, but for Product Hunt. Meaning : best of products, one random product at a time
  • The Useless Web - Take you to another random useless website
  • ⭐️ Discuvver - Take you to one random useful website
  • AlternativeTo - Open Source Self-Hosted apps on AlternativeTo
  • Stack Exchange - Software Recommendations Stack Exchange
  • Slant - this community of enthusiasts provide recommendations on lot of things / useful to find best tools for the job
  • FreshRSS - A free, self-hostable aggregator… probably the best! (in their opinion, and mine also :) ). I tested many free self hosted RSS readers, and by far this is the one I recommend the most for its flexibility and numerous options
  • jivoi/awesome-osint - curated list of awesome open source intelligence (OSINT) tools and resources.
  • DARK MODE LIST - A List of Apps That Support Dark Mode and many other...
  • johnjago/awesome-ad-free - A curated list of ad-free alternatives to popular services on the Internet.
  • aviaryan/awesome-no-login-web-apps - Web Apps that work without login
  • Chris Barber/ToolsOfTheTrade - Tools of The Trade, from Hacker News.
  • SourceForge - offers a huge choice of excellent, FREE software in virtually every field of computing
  • Siftery - Trending products | explore softwares others people are using at work
  • Libraries.io - discovers millions open source libraries accros +36 package managers
  • AnyAPI - Documentation and Test Consoles for Over 500 Public APIs
  • GitHub - Discover repositories : Recommendations are based on your stars and people you follow
  • switching.social - ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to popular sites and apps
  • LisaDziuba/Awesome-Design-Tools - The best design tools for everything
  • StaticGen - A List of Static Site Generators for JAMstack Sites
  • ⭐️ ThoughtWorks - Technology radar : trends, insights into tools, frameworks, languages, techniques & platforms shaping the future
  • Sven Taylor - (2019) The complete list of alternatives to all Google products | Parallel universe for the super security conscious
  • Good Reports - There are alternatives to the toxic Big Tech monopolies, and it's important to make the right choices: both to have a better experience online, and to support the teams making superior tools. Good Reports was started in October 2020 to raise awareness about better online tools.
  • switching.software - Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to well-known software

Event discovery

  • Meetup - meet groups of people near you who share your interests

Free online tools 🆓

  • ⭐️ BuiltWith - Find out what technology a website is built with
  • Wappalyzer - Identify technology on websites. It detects content management systems, ecommerce platforms, web frameworks, server software, analytics tools and many more.
  • Netcraft - What's that site running? Find out the infrastructure and technologies used by any site, based on results from internet data mining
  • PageSpeed Insights - Analyze a website performance
  • Socialtalents - Loadme - cloud-based load / stress testing service for you website or API
  • Dillinger - Online Markdown Editor
  • ⭐️ Air Mail - temporary email service
  • nBox - fake email service, create as many fake emails you wish for protecting your privacy
  • Dead Link Checker - Online Dead Link Checking Tool
  • Broken Link Checker - Online Dead Link Checking Tool
  • StackEdit - in-browser markdown editor
  • XKPasswd - secure memorable password generator inspired by XKCD
  • WhatsMyIP - password generator & other text related tools (hash lookup, regex tester)
  • ⭐️ YouTube to MP3 converter
  • ⭐️ Internet Archive: Wayback Machine - The Internet archive, bringing back old/dead pages to live
  • Cached View - Google + Wayback machine Cached Pages of any website
  • ChangeDetection - Know automatically when any web page changes
  • WhatsMyIP - Port scanners & other networking tools
  • IFTTT - use existing services together to automate tasks and make your life easier
  • Jeffrey Friedl - Jeffrey's Image Metadata Viewer (Exif viewer)
  • Exif Viewer - Another image metadata viewer
  • Whois - Whois to get domain name info + identity
  • Just Delete Me - a directory of direct links to delete your account from web services
  • Just Delete Me - Fake identity generator
  • Why No Padlock - find out why your web page is treated as insecure
  • Chandan Kumar - 9 free useful online SSL/TLS Certificate Tools
  • Chandan Kumar - Verify your SSL, TLS & Ciphers implementation.
  • Chandan Kumar - Test your website for SQL injection attack
  • Rebex - SSL Check : checks the configuration of given server accessible over internet
  • Rex Swain - HTTP Viewer : See exactly what an HTTP request returns to your browser
  • IntoDNS - checks the health and configuration and provides DNS report and mail servers report.
  • Down for everyone or just me - Check if your website is down or up
  • Qualys SSL Labs - SSL Server test : deep analysis of any SSL web server configuration
  • Panopticlick - Test : Is your browser safe against tracking?
  • Am I unique - Test : are you unique ? (what your fingerprint reveals about you)
  • Ookla - Speedtest : Test your internet connection speed
  • TestMy - Internet speed test
  • VirusTotal - free online scanner for virus, malware and URL, to avoid downloading crap on your machine
  • Jotti - online virus scanner
  • Ethical Hacking Tools - Find subdomains / free online subdomain enumeration tool
  • COMODO CA - Certificate search online
  • DNSdumpster - tool for dns recon & research, find & lookup dns records | can discover hosts related to a domain. Finding visible hosts from the attackers perspective is an important part of the security assessment process.
  • Ethical Hacking Tools - online penetration testing tools
  • Open Port Check Tool - Port forwarding tester - open port finder
  • Unshorten.It - Unshorten that URL!
  • BestTariff.be - Find the best offer for your mobile / internet / phone usage profile
  • Cactus2000 - [FR] 🇫🇷 Convertisseur de dureté de l'eau
  • Cactus2000 - Converter for hardness of water
  • YAML Lint - The YAML Validator
  • ⭐️ Two Factor Auth (2FA) - List of websites and whether or not they support 2FA.
  • Random.org - true random number service, but not only : are also proposed some functions for numbers, lists, text, strings, maps and web tools...
  • Andy Ray - Online Bash Prompt Builder for Git / Hg / SVN
  • Sepastop - [FR] 🇫🇷 resiliate your affiliation to all kinds of products and services
  • Tor2web - Browse the Tor Onion Services
  • Fuelly - Track, Share, and Compare your Vehicle / Understanding your fuel consumption and vehicle's actual costs
  • Daniel Miessler - 10 Ways to Test Your Website Performance
  • Tabletop Audio - Original, ambiances and music for your role playing games and stories
  • Free Online Picture Resizer - Easily crop, resize and edit your images online for free
  • SecurityHeaders - Scan your site to analyze the HTTP response headers
  • PDF Merge - merge PDF files online
  • Observatory by Mozilla - Scan your site against mozilla security checklist
  • unv.is - Just put unv.is/ in front of http:// when sharing clickbait articles, unv.is will capture the content of an article or blog post without passing on your visit as a pageview.
  • spammimic - encode your secret message into something innocent looking.
  • REDbot - checks HTTP resources to see how they'll behave, pointing out common problems and suggesting improvements.
  • Open Source Psychometrics Project - a collection of interactive personality tests with detailed results
  • SWISH - free online SWI-Prolog web IDE
  • BonPatron - [FR] 🇫🇷 online spelling and grammar checker for french texts / correcteur d'orthographe et de grammaire en ligne pour les textes français
  • Nu Html Checker - free online tool experimenting better HTML checking. its behavior remains subject to change
  • W3C - CSS Validation Service
  • ⭐️ W3C - Link Checker : Check links and anchors in Web pages or full Web sites
  • Listly - Fully-automated Web Scraping. HTML to Excel in seconds : Paste URL, Get Excel.
  • Convertio - Advanced online tool to convert EPUB files to PDF
  • Free Summarizer - Summarize any text Copy and paste your loooong text (even a copy of a book)
  • mastoview - A tool to preview what a Mastodon instance is saying, useful if you don't know which one is the best fit for you
  • aviaryan/awesome-no-login-web-apps - Web Apps that work without login
  • What Car? - New and Used Car Reviews, Car Deals
  • Duolingo - free tool for learning another language, Duolingo makes it fun, and helps keep you engaged for the long haul.
  • Mailinator - lets you create unique, disposable inboxes which delete themselves after a few days.
  • ⭐️ BugMeNot - no time to create an account ? try a domain or url and get shared logins
  • Find your Facebook ID - find the Facebook personal numeric ID for fb:admins, social plugins, and more. Provide the profile URL of a page or your profile and get the Facebook (context) id. This id can then be used to find similar pages
  • Ecoscore - find and compare the ecoscores of new and old vehicles
  • ODA - The online disassembler
  • Hybrid Analysis - free automated malware analysis service
  • Pl/Sql tidy - Online PL/SQL formatter
  • AboutMyX - Subnet mask calculator
  • WalletGenerator - Paper Wallet Generator for BitCoins and other cryptocurrencies. Create, Print & Fold
  • Julia Verification Toolset - Research / Investigation tools
  • Henk van Ess - Facebook Graph Tools
  • EPUB Converter - Free EPUB to MOBI Converter. Alternative : Convert Files
  • Savvy Time - ET to CET Converter | Convert hours and time in different locations
  • Somacon - Count Duplicates in a List Online Tool
  • User Agent String.Com - User Agent String explained : Copy/paste any user agent string in this field and click 'Analyze'
  • Free Online EPUB Converter - The easiest way to send EPUBs to your Kindle!
  • repl.it - Online REPL, Compiler & IDE : Boot up a programming environment for your favorite language | including JavaScript, Python, Ruby, Java, Node.js, Go, Scheme, C, C#, C++, Lua and many more.
  • IKnowWhatYouDownload - Detailed statistic for torrent downloads and distributions for your or specific IP address
  • RegExr - is an online tool to learn, build, & test Regular Expressions (RegEx / RegExp).
  • Hurricane Electric BGP Toolkit - This website is an Internet analysis site for the whole Internet. useful tool to collect ip, addresses, etc
  • BGPView - allows you to debug and investigate information about IP addresses, ASN, IXs, BGP, ISPs, Prefixes and Domain names.
  • Robtex - is used for various kinds of research of IP numbers, Domain names, etc. Examples : Reverse DNS Lookup, Whois, AS macros.
  • Toolpic - Free Photoshop Online Alternative
  • Katacoda - Learn new technologies right in your browser | Interactive Learning and Training Platform for Software Engineers
  • CIDR/Netmask Lookup Tool - get information about a CIDR range including the IP addresses and host addresses contained in it.
  • How Secure Is My Password? - How long it would take a computer to crack your password?
  • Webbkoll - How privacy-friendly is your site? An online tool that checks how a website is doing with regards to privacy.
  • AnyAPI - Documentation and Test Consoles for Over 500 Public APIs
  • chubin/cheat.sh - Cheat.sh - the only cheat sheet you need | allow to browse cheatsheets from internet using curl
  • What Does My Site Cost? - Find out how much it costs for someone to use your site on mobile networks around the world.
  • JSONLint - JSON validator
  • The Password Meter - assess the strength of password strings.
  • Passweird - Passwords too Gross to Steal
  • Gnoosic - Based on your choices, Gnod predicts you might like the music of
  • De-google-ify Internet - List of alternative services to de-google-ify Internet and many other such services.
  • ⭐️ regex101 - Free Online PCRE-based regular expression tester and debugger with real time explanation, error detection and highlighting for PHP, PCRE, Python, Golang and JavaScript
  • Rextester - run code online
  • JSON to YAML - Convert JSON to YAML online
  • globtester - a little utility for testing minimatch. Can also be used as ANT Style Pattern Matcher
  • Spotify Library Exporter - a tool to download your Spotify library as a CSV to be used elsewhere. Can also be useful to migrate from Spotify to Apple Music, backup your library to use elsewhere, keep a record offline. It doesn't matter! 🎉
  • PlaylistConverter - Convert your Playlist from multiple Music Services and File Format. Works for Spotify too
  • EPUB to MOBI Converter - Convert your epub files to mobi online & free
  • DigiCert SSL Certificate Checker - If you are having a problem with your SSL certificate installation, this diagnostic tool will help you locate the problem and verify your SSL Certificate installation.
  • D&D Beyond - Character Builder for Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Fifth Edition (5e)
  • ripienaar/free-for-dev - list of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings that have free tiers of interest to devops and infradev. Bonus : Website
  • Amazon Web Services Simple Monthly Calculator - estimate your monthly AWS bill more efficiently. Using this tool, you can add, modify and remove services from your 'bill' and it will recalculate your estimated monthly charges automatically. The calculator also shows common customer samples and their usage, such as Disaster Recovery and Backup or Web Application.
  • TimestampConvert.com - Convert dates to or from timestamps online
  • Hourly rate calculator - A calculator for freelancers to use as a guide to costs, billable hours and desired profit. Takes 10-15 min to complete.
  • Google Dataset Search - Dataset Search enables users to find datasets stored across the Web through a simple keyword search.
  • Url Checker - Multi URL checker, can work from an input list.
  • CICR Tool - IP Range To CIDR / CIDR to IP Range
  • Meta Tags - is a tool to debug and generate meta tag code for any website. With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more!
  • ⭐️ gitignore.io - Generate useful .gitignore files for your project. See also Source Code
  • ⭐️ Xerius - 🇫🇷 [FR] [BE] Devenir indépendant : Simulez votre tarif journalier en tant qu'indépendant / Calculateur de Brut-Net / Freelance rate simulator
  • Downdetector - offers a realtime overview of status information and outages for all kinds of services. | online monitoring of your favorite services
  • Sven Taylor - (2019) The complete list of alternatives to all Google products | Parallel universe for the super security conscious
  • Maxime Blondel - (2018) 🇫🇷 [FR] (2018) 100 outils pour lancer sa startup sans développeur ni graphiste (et presque sans argent)
  • Guesstimate - free models and tools for modeling things that aren't certain. You can forecast your earnings from a new venture, predict the amount of time completing a big project will take, or experiment with scientific theories. People have used it to optimize video games, understand lottery payoffs, and estimate the costs of childcare.
  • Theory Maps - Theory mapping is a technique for visually outlining scientific theory. It allows researchers to concretely display interrelations between concepts, which provides for rapid communication and easy evaluation of ideas. Theory mapping was developed to emphasize that good science requires both reliable methods and rigorous theory. The technique is described in the following forthcoming article at Perspectives on Psychological Science.
  • TLDR This! - Automatically summarize any article, text, document, webpage or essay in a click. | also available as browser extension for Chrome and FireFox
  • ⭐️ DistroTest - The first online operating system tester | Take a look at the existing linux distributions, test them live online and thus without any installation
  • transfer.sh - Easy file sharing from the command line
  • Azgaar's Fantasy Map Generator - Web application generating interactive and customizable maps
  • Radar Virtuel - 🇫🇷 [FR] Le site Radar Virtuel permet de voir le trafic aérien en temps réel avec des petits avions sur une carte Google, ça marche très bien en Europe, autour des aéroports aux États-Unis et pas du tout dans le reste du monde, c’est dommage.
  • Character Generator - Create a character sprite sheet for your game using 100% open art.
  • Turtletoy - Create your generative art online using a minimalistic Turtle graphics API.
  • myNoise - Background Noises & Interactive Soundscapes
  • A Soft Murmur - Ambient sounds to wash away distraction.
  • Noisli - Improve focus and boost your productivity | Mix different sounds and create your perfect environment.
  • Ah shhgit! - Find GitHub secrets in real time | Shhgit finds secrets and sensitive files across GitHub code and Gists committed in near real time by listening to the GitHub Events API. Bonus : Source code
  • Loklak Search - Distributed Open Source Search for Twitter and Social Media with Peer to Peer Technology
  • Ecometer - Analyse your website's ecodesign maturity
  • EcoIndex - 🇫🇷 [FR] L’objectif d’EcoIndex est d’aider le plus grand nombre à prendre conscience de l’impact environnemental de l’internet et de proposer des solutions concrètes pour réduire cet impact. EcoIndex vous propose donc une analyse automatique de premier niveau pour vous aider à identifier rapidement et gratuitement des sites web / services en ligne à ausculter en priorité.
  • WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool - WAVE can identify many accessibility and Web Content Accessibility Guideline (WCAG) errors, but also facilitates human evaluation of web content. Bonus WAVE Browser Extensions
  • Contrast Ratio - Easily calculate color contrast ratios. Passing WCAG was never this easy!
  • Nibbler - is a free tool for testing websites. Enter the address of any website and Nibbler will give you a report scoring the website out of 10 for key areas, including accessibility, SEO, social media and technology.
  • Readable - Free readability test tool | Quick and easy way to test the readability of your work (text).
  • World Clock Meeting Planner - Need to make a call to someone far away or arrange a web or video conference across different time zones? Find the best time across time zones with this Meeting Planner.
  • Cloudcraft - Visualize your cloud architecture like a pro | Create smart AWS diagrams
  • GTmetrix - Website Speed and Performance Optimization
  • Romanr.info - Online BitTorrent Magnet Link Generator | Hash to Magnet link generator / converter
  • hashtomagnet.xyz - Hash to Magnet generator + Get Seed/Leech informations
  • DeepAI - Image Colorization API
  • Sedja - Easy, pleasant and productive PDF editor
  • Buienradar.be - [BE] Current rainfall radar for Belgium, Europe, satellite images, weather reports and forecasts.
  • htaccess tester - Test your htaccess rewrite rules
  • Grammar Checker - Enter the text that you want to check for grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes
  • Scribens - checks the grammar of your texts and finds spelling mistakes.
  • Tone Analyzer - This service uses linguistic analysis to detect joy, fear, sadness, anger, analytical, confident and tentative tones found in text.

Bookmarklets

  • mourner/bullshit.js - A bookmarklet for translating marketing speak into human-readable text. 💩 See also : Home Page
  • tota11y - an accessibility visualization toolkit testing accessibility (a11y) of your site + showing what is wrong in your document. Also available as a bookmarklet on the same page. See also GitHub repository
  • Akbar - A bookmarklet that simulates various types user experiences. It is an education tool that will hopefully educate people about web accessibility. See also GitHub repository
  • Revenge.css - is a CSS bookmarklet that reports bad html using pseudo content. If the page you use it with has malformed links, deprecated attributes,
    s inside inline elements, inaccessible buttons, badly nested sections or other errors, you'll see some ugly, pink errors written in nobody's favourite font: Comic Sans. See also GitHub repository
  • debugCSS - (X)HTML debugging tool built with CSS | debugCSS is meant to be loaded on an existing page to highlight potentially broken, malformed or legacy (X)HTML. Not all "errors" are created equally, so they are color coded to highlight severity. Green is "probably not a big problem", yellow is "worth looking at" and red is "you really should fix this." See also GitHub repository
  • HTML_CodeSniffer - Accessibility Auditor Bookmarklet | Check that your HTML code conforms to your coding standard
  • KopywritingKourse - Event Name Generator
  • Gaming 🎮

    News

    • Game Jams on itch.io - itch.io is a place for hosting and participating in game jams online. Anyone can instantly create and host a jam. 60,525 games have been created for jams hosted on itch.io.
    • Retronator Magazine - Pixel Art, Gaming & Saturated Colors
    • Retro Gamer - Magazine about Classic Video Game Info - Spectrum, Commodore, Atari, Amiga, Handhelds, Arcade Games
    • Gaming Hell - The old game site with guts! Where Zoanthropes Go to Die
    • Metacritic - similar to Rotten Tomatoes. Aggregates reviews and provides a metascore for movies, tv, games and music
    • WorthPlaying - the leading independent (no corporate overlords here!) video game news and reviews site. | WorthPlaying.com was launched on November 15th 2000, after hard work and a lot of research.

    Misc

    • BoardGameGeek - most complete board game database that holds tons of reviews, images and videos
    • IsThereAnyDeal.com - keep track of the best deals for video games you'd like to play
    • leereilly/games - Games on GitHub - A list of open source games & add-ons, maps, etc.
    • Soldat - Soldat is a unique 2D (side-view) multiplayer action game | 🦆 It's still one of my favorite multiplayer games for 10+ years (nostalgia), mainly because it's free, its gameplay is simple, the engine can be modded easily and the game uses 2d rendering. Bonus the source code is available publicly : Soldat/soldat
    • Illuminion - Classic text adventures masterpieces, to play with DOS or the Frotz-Z machine
    • Hacknet - a hacking game simulator (not free), potentially boring (move to hackmud)
    • h a c k m u d - hackmud, a hacking game simulator (not free) with programming challenges
    • PortForward - Port Forwarding Ports List
    • GamingOnLinux - Linux & SteamOS gaming community
    • Open Source Game Clones - inventory of open-source remakes of great old games
    • Mazing - Generate printable mazes of any size for playing. Can be useful someday
    • UnDropDansLaMare - (Video) [FR] 🇫🇷 Le Paradoxe du Joueur [2 minutes pour convaincre] short analysis of insatisfaction with modern video games / why video games were best before
    • Tom's Hardware - Top-Rated Graphics Cards for Gaming / best GPU for the money
    • Can You RUN It? - System Requirements Lab analyzes your computer and tell you which games you can / can't run
    • NotebookCheck - list of GPUs of Laptop Graphic Cards sorted by approximate performance in games
    • CheezBurger - How the Gaming Landscape Has Changed (2004 vs 2013)
    • UnDropDansLaMare - [Video] ... Ce Héros Mis Au Placard [2 minutes pour convaincre] // Death of the polygon
    • Korben - (2014) [FR] 🇫🇷 Console jaunie ? Voici comment la traiter pour lui redonner sa couleur d’origine
    • Pencil and Paper games - Because I enjoy good games that don't depend on any modern technology
    • Kelton Sears - (2016) How Two Brothers From Silverdale Made The World’s Most Complex Video Game | about Dwarf Fortress
    • Coinop - Coinop.org maintains a comprehensive database of coin-operated arcade games.
    • Terminus - [FR] 🇫🇷 funny in browser role playing game to learn the basic of linux command line. NSFW. Bonus : Source + Original version in english with Sources
    • Jeux libres - 🇫🇷 [FR] un catalogue de jeux vidéos libres principalement sous GNU/Linux
    • Abandonware France - 🇫🇷 [FR] l'histoire des vieux jeux video et retrogaming
    • DHTML Lemmings - a remake of Lemmings all written in JavaScript, to play in your browser
    • MathPickle - Board Games and Pencil & Paper Games | #1 job for parents: establish a culture of board gaming in the home. Example paper game : * A little bit of Aggression - one of the few essential games for the elementary school classroom.
    • Cade Metz - (2016) In Two Moves, AlphaGo and Lee Sedol Redefined the Future | speaking of go board game
    • Joon Ian Wong & Nikhil Sonnad - (2016) Google’s AI won the game Go by defying millennia of basic human instinct
    • Radim Řehůřek - (2016) Go, Games, Strategy and Life: The Big Picture | on Go, insights vs victories, also about creativity
    • 50GamesLike - video game recommendation engine with more than 40 000 video games : select a game you love and discover 50 recommendations.
    • CARRION - is a reverse horror game in which you assume the role of an amorphous creature of unknown origins, stalking and consuming those that imprisoned you.
    • 7DRL Challenge 2019 - In 2005, the roguelike community established a yearly event, the 7DRL Challenge, in which developers are challenged to create a roguelike in seven days. This allows one to have the shared misery of knowing you are not the only one tracking down a bad pointer at the 167th hour. The annual event occurs during a week in early March.
    • NeoGAF Forum - Gaming Discussion Forum
    • NeoGAF - (2019) Nice looking DOS games | Discussion thread
    • neogeofun - Play Retro SNK NeoGeo games online in your browser | neogeofun is a website let you play your favorite snk neogeo games in your web browser.
    • neogeofun - Play Metal Slug in your browser
    • Good Video Game Interface Screenshots - The best collection of the most beautiful, exceptional and inspiring video game interfaces and screenshots.
    • HowLongToBeat.com - How long does it take to beat your favorite games?
    • Nintendo eShop price comparator - Find the cheapest price for your favourite game, all prices are in Euro.
    • Save Coins - helps you save money when you make a purchase at Nintendo Switch eShop.
    • adiGuba - 🇫🇷 [FR] Les jeux pour Nintendo Switch au meilleur prix !
    • Deku Deals - tracks the prices of Nintendo Switch games on the eShop and at major retailers in order to find the best deals. Add items to your wishlist, and Deku Deals sends you an email as soon as they go on sale.
    • Keepa - This Amazon price tracker will enhance your Amazon shopping experience as they provide price history charts, price drop alerts, price watches, daily drops and browser addons. Good for watching games price drops.
    • SteamPeek - Find up to 60 similar games for almost any game | Trending and similar indie gems, search by games, tags and categories easily and more
    • ProbQA - A quiz-based interactive recommendation engine to find the best video game to play next.
    • Before I Play - tells people about things they should know before they start playing a video game. Some tips contain spoilers !
    • whatoplay - The idea for whatoplay first came as an answer to the question, “How do we pick which games to play?”. You can get recommendations by genre / platform, or explore recommendations starting from specific game. Examples :
    • RAWG - Discover your next favorite game | The largest video game database and video game discovery service powered by you!. RAWG is building its database as an infotainment and discovery tool where every user can build its own library of video games and find out about new titles. | RAWG is officially the largest video game database in the world
    • PSprices - Game price notifications. Automatically monitor 8 platforms in 48 countries.
    • u/TrimMyHedges - (2017) Collecting vs playing - the problem of spending more time browsing forums, looking for good deals, good games and collecting them etc than actually playing. aka the thrill of the hunt. 🎮
    • Viking Board Game - Play Hnefatafl in your browser. Hnefatafl is a Viking game of strategy for two players. Each player has an army of warriors and tries to out-think his or her opponent.

    Board games

    • BoardGameGeek - most complete board game database that holds tons of reviews, images and videos
    • Tric Trac - 🇫🇷 [FR] le site de référence sur les jeux de société. Actualités, sorties de jeux, avis et notes, forums de discussions, évènements ludiques, etc.
    • MathPickle - Board Games and Pencil & Paper Games | #1 job for parents: establish a culture of board gaming in the home. Example paper game : * A little bit of Aggression - one of the few essential games for the elementary school classroom.
    • Cade Metz - (2016) In Two Moves, AlphaGo and Lee Sedol Redefined the Future | speaking of go board game
    • hkirat/awesome-chess - curated list of assets availible on the Internet related to chess
    • Boardgame Recommendations - a board game recommendation engine built by larrydag
    • Board Game Finder - Discover your next board game in a few clicks.
    • Board Games For Me - Find board game recommendations you'll love
    • Board Game Recommendation Engine - Select 1 to 3 game titles you've enjoyed to get started!

    Role-playing 🐉

    • GoToQuiz - Classical Alignment Test
    • Tabletop Audio - Original, ambiances and music for your role playing games and stories
    • NESblog / Speed Game - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Video] Le Jeu de Rôle Papier, analyse des spécificités de cette famille de jeu
    • D&D Beyond - Character Builder for Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Fifth Edition (5e)
    • Dungeons & Dragons Dice Roller - Online dice roller for D&D
    • Dungeons & Dragons - [PDF] (2018) D&D Basic Rules, Version 1.0
    • 7DRL Challenge 2019 - In 2005, the roguelike community established a yearly event, the 7DRL Challenge, in which developers are challenged to create a roguelike in seven days. This allows one to have the shared misery of knowing you are not the only one tracking down a bad pointer at the 167th hour. The annual event occurs during a week in early March.
    • Azgaar's Fantasy Map Generator - Web application generating interactive and customizable maps

    Health and Work-Life Balance

    News

    • Itamar Turner-Trauring - Get a better job ; articles about health & work life balance, programmer productivity, problem solving, etc.
    • Simple Programmer - Robert Whitcomb's Blog about soft skills + health & work-life balance for programmers
    • The Knowledge Project - [Podcast] Podcast by Shane Parrish to uncover frameworks YOU can use to learn more in less time, make better decisions, and live a happier and more meaningful life.

    Learn

    • Matt Might - (2013) Tips for work-life balance
    • Robert Whitcomb - (2016) Stop Improving Yourself
    • Adam Smiley Poswolsky - The 10 truths about finding meaningful work
    • Tom Goodwin - We don’t need to teach our kids to code, we need to teach them how to dream
    • alphagov/govdesign - [PDF] It's ok to ... (poster)
    • Kristin Wong - The Biggest Wastes of Time We Regret When We Get Older
    • Dr. Travis Bradberry - Why You Should Spend Your Money on Experiences, Not Things
    • Bob Sutton - Why Your Job is Becoming Impossible to Do: The Tragedy of Well-Intentioned Organizational Overload
    • Jen Horton - The Inevitable Link between Positivity and Perspective
    • Mike Bushong - Don't Ask Before You Take Vacation
    • Karen Wickre - Working From Home Is Usually a Disaster — Unless You Try This
    • ⭐️ Gregg Caines - (2014) In Defence of the Office
    • Jason Fried - Being tired isn’t a badge of honor
    • David Mytton - How we do HumanOps at Server Density
    • Andrew Wulf - Why I Don't Do Unpaid Overtime and Neither Should You
    • /r/lostgeneration - Lost generation : discussions & posts about what this generation is supposed to do
    • /r/BasicIncome - community space for discussion and advocacy of Basic Income schemes
    • /r/antiwork - discussion and advocacy of a world without work
    • PartTimer - a job board for skilled work under 40 HRS/week
    • ⭐️ Glassdoor - A site that lets employees post anonymous salaries and reviews of their company.
    • BetaList Jobs - shape the future by joining one of the fastest growing technology startups
    • WorkWithUs - hand-curated selection of best jobs
    • Who is Hiring? - jobs search engine per location and some other criteria
    • Gabriel Lewis - List of tools to hack your job search
    • College Match Up - Best Jobs for Your Personality Type
    • Daniel Miessler - My Thoughts on the Minimum Wage
    • Daniel Miessler - A Hiring Primer
    • Daniel Miessler - The Tiger Hiring Algorithm
    • Daniel Miessler - The GT Rating System
    • Daniel Miessler - The Peter Principle / Anything that works will be used in progressively more challenging applications until it fails.
    • Daniel Miessler - Measuring the Quality of a Culture
    • Mubashar Iqbal - Will robots take my job ? Make the test ;-)
    • Sanna - [IMG] What if physical illness was treated the same way mental illness is...?
    • Gil - (2014) [FR] 🇫🇷 Billet d'humeur d'une "desperate diplômée" / De la difficulté de trouver un emploi même avec un bon diplôme
    • Tom Lloyd - A good advice about the CV for Design students
    • American Psychological Association - (2014) [PDF] Why women leave engineering
    • Richard Clayton - 10 Things I learned Working Remotely
    • Le Pharmachien - [FR] 🇫🇷 La VRAIE différence entre les médicaments génériques et originaux / real difference between brand names and generic drugs
    • Le Pharmachien - [FR] 🇫🇷 Caféine : toxique et délicieuse / Coffee : good and bad parts ☕️
    • Le Pharmachien - [FR] 🇫🇷 8 façons de t’intoxiquer à un barbecue ( intoxication alimentaire ) / 8 ways to cause food poisoning with the barbecue
    • John Sonmez - (2014) The 4 Levels of Freedom For Software Developers
    • Shaun Boyd - (2007) 10 Reasons It Doesn’t Pay To Be “The Computer Guy”
    • Steve Pavlina - (2005) Don’t Die With Your Music Still In You
    • Harvard Biz Review - (2014) What employees value at work
    • Jacob Shriar - 13 Scary Statistics on Employee Engagement
    • J. B. Rainsberger - Productivity for the Depressed
    • Drew Falkman - Sometimes Great Employees Leave and It’s OK
    • Jacki Keys - (2014) It's Broken, Don't Fix It / on being "the happiest & healthiest version of yourself"
    • Chess Media Group - (2014) [IMG] 7 Principles of The Future Employee
    • Maria Konnikova - (2014) The Open-Office Trap
    • Lawrence Kesteloot - (2006) Perception of Time
    • Meghan Hebel - Why You Don’t Deserve That Dream Developer Job
    • Greg Rosalsky - (2017) The Economics of the Office: Why Do We Still Commute?
    • Ezekiel Buchheit - (2017) No, I have no side code projects to show you
    • Agnès Crepet - (2017) Don't say that you don't have enough time
    • Kris Gage - (2017) The Moment When You’ll Finally Change | Getting fed up is incredibly motivating
    • Darius Foroux - (2017) Declutter Your Life. Declutter Your Mind.
    • Thibaut Schepman - (2015) [FR] 🇫🇷 Rester assis tue plus que le tabac ? J’ai essayé d’écrire cet article debout / sitting down is dangerous for your health
    • Cyprien - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Video] Technophobe / what if you could not use technology anymore
    • ⭐️ Pierluigi Vernetto - (2015) End of my 3.2 years contract on a OSB integration project.... lesson learned. | some good lessons learned for developers / project management
    • John Cutler - (2016) company culture is…
    • Dean Baker - (2017) The problem of doctors’ salaries
    • Yevgeniy Brikman - (2017) The Truth About Startups
    • Joël Spolsky - (2006) A Field Guide to Developers : what they’re looking for, what they like and dislike in a workplace, and what it’s going to take to be a top choice for top developers.
    • David McRaney - (2010) Coffee stimulation or addiction ? ☕️
    • Le grand Oral - (2017) [FR] 🇫🇷 [Video] Le Grand Oral de Luc de Brabandere. A propos du ras le bol des travailleurs, de la place de l'homme dans une société de plus en plus connectée, l'intelligence artificielle vs l'emploi, et le bien être au travail. Bonus : Podcast
    • Patrick God - (2017) Why You Should Start With Your Dream Job
    • IRCEL - CELINE - Current Air Quality Measurements of Belgian Interregional Environment Agency (IRCEL - CELINE)
    • Bruxelles Environnement - [FR] 🇫🇷 Qualité de l'air. Bonus : Dutch version Luchtkwaliteit
    • Amar Singh - (2017) You’re working in the wrong place. (if you’re working in an open office)
    • Dave Mosher - (2018) How to Stay Alert Without Caffeine - Try These Science-Based Tricks Next Time You're Tired

    my 2 cents: drop the production database, you will soon be fully awaken

    we don't take breaks because we are tired, we take breaks so that we are never tired.

    • Ward Cunningham - (2014) Analyzing Xp With Options Pricing | in XP, you should consider the Option to abandon, option to switch, option to defer investment and take advantage of possible future opportunity
    • Nick Cassella - (2018) Ask Your Coworkers What They Make. You’ll Earn More.
    • Lewis Menelaws - (2018) How to Fix Burnout as a Developer

    A lot of people (especially entrepreneurs) are so obsessed with how fast they will become successful that they will sacrifice their mental health in order to constantly push themselves.

    • Nonviolent Communication - an approach to nonviolent living based on the idea that all human beings have the capacity for compassion and only resort to violence or behavior that harms themselves and others when they do not recognize more effective strategies for meeting needs
    • Jacquelyn Smith - (2012) How To Ignore Distractions In The Workplace
    • Tuck Sleep - (2017) Memory and Sleep | How Does Sleep Affect Your Short and Long Term Memory
    • Healthcare compassion - The Biology of Joy | some people are genetically predisposed to be happy by virtue of their busy prefrontal cortexes, and research in infants confirms it.
    • Hugo Lassiège - (2013) [FR] Travailler autrement | sur les crises et court-termisme entre autres
    • Brandur Leach - Caffeine | An experiment of Brandur in seriously throttling back its caffeine intake for the first time in years.
    • Jordane Moody Zangueneh - [FR] 🇫🇷 Trouver sa vocation : 13 conseils à suivre pour se secouer
    • Jobat - (2013) [FR] 🇫🇷 20 méthodes pour trouver sa vocation
    • Natasha Stanley - No Clear Career Ideas? The 3 Mistakes You’re Making (And 3 Things To Do Instead)
    • Blaz Kos - Business Model You – Book Summary – Reinvent your career
    • Gretchen Rubin - 9 Things You Can Do to Be Happy in the Next 30 Minutes
    • Libby Sander - (2018) Open offices make people talk less and email more
    • Carl Phillips - (2018) Frugality and the Simpler Life
    • Hampus Jakobsson - (2018) How to get things done and not die
    • Alicia Liu - (2018) Go Slow to Go Fast — Part 1: You, Part 2: Team, Part 3: World
    • Tim Denning - (2018) Why You’re Not Happy With Your Career
    • Avdi Grimm - (2014) The Passion Gospel | No product or company deserves your passion. You can choose to throw your passion into anything you want, but no project inherently deserves it.
    • Caroline Beaton - (2016) The Psychology Of Professional Purpose: How To Follow Your Calling

    A calling is feeling that the work “has to be done.” It connects us to something greater than ourselves. Duckworth explains, “The long days and evenings of toil … the sacrifice, all this is worth it because [our] efforts pay dividends to other people.”

    Look for jobs that excite you, for jobs you think you can do with just a little ramp-up time. And then apply for those jobs, knowing that most of them will ignore you—but it only takes one yes to get an exciting new job, and an exciting new opportunity to learn new skills.

    • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2018) There’s always more work to do—but you still don’t need to work long hours

    Whenever you feel yourself with too much work to do, go back and apply these principles: underpromise, limit your own time, prioritize ruthlessly. With practice you’ll learn how to deliver the results that really matter—without working long hours.

    don’t stress too much about getting stuff done, it’s fine if you do things at your own pace

    • Chris Dottie - (2018) 4 things your recruiter needs to know about you
    • Tim Wu - (2018) The Tyranny of Convenience | the problem with over conformity
    • Michelle Venetucci Harvey - (2017) A research roundup to show that your office layout is toxic (and some tips for making it better)
    • James Conca - (2012) How Deadly Is Your Kilowatt? We Rank The Killer Energy Sources | It seems that Coal is way more harmful than Nuclear.
    • Mike Donghia - (2010) Enjoying Life in the Slow Lane

    here are some easy steps to escape the rat race and enjoy a slower, simpler, happier life:

    • Choose 3 things to accomplish each day.
    • Learn to say “no.” Stop taking on more responsibility.
    • Be unproductive.
    • Only check your email twice a day.
    • Embrace quality over quantity.
    • Find a Hobby.
    • Spend time with people you love.
    • Alan Franzoni - (2018) Productivity, the office, and the open floor plan
    • Marie Prokopets - (2019) 11 Best Practices for Working Remotely
    • Joe Casabona - (2019) Eliminating Slack as a Distraction to Work Better
    • Google Search - what are the worst foods to eat ?
    • Tina Su - (2015) Life on Purpose: 15 Questions to Discover Your Personal Mission
    • Jory MacKay - (2020) How to deal with burnout: Signs, symptoms, and strategies for getting you back on track after burning out
    • Jory MacKay - (2020) How to avoid WFH burnout: 5 ways to leave work at work (even if you never leave the house)
    • Mike Crittenden - (2020) The key to happiness is to stop getting upset all the dang time
    • Wikiloc - 🇫🇷 [FR] Itinéraires en Belgique | Itinéraires et randonnées du monde | Trails in belgium and in the world
    • Tanmay Vora - (2012) A Gentle Friday Reminder: Go Slow
    • You are moving too fast. Overwhelmed with everything, good or bad, happening around.
    • Life is too short (really) to zoom past it.
    • People who survive (and grow) are the ones who stay in the moment, concentrate and strive to deliver their best.
    • Quality never comes from rushing through things.
    • Just because you can do so many things doesn’t mean you should attempt all of them.
    • Rushing too fast through these is a risk, it is a killer. You never savor the moment, be in the present and enjoy the process. You end up ‘doing’ so much that there is no time to ‘ruminate’
    • Tielle Webb - (2013) How to Be Less Negative in the Workplace
    • Take responsibility for your own happiness at work.
    • Find something to be thankful for every time you complain or feel annoyed : Make a list of five things that you appreciate about your job every day.
    • Change things that upset you about your workplace if it is in your power to do so.
    • Try something new. People often feel discontent at work when they are bored or unchallenged.
    • Avoid others with negative attitudes.
    1. Write a list of the benefits and positive aspects of your job
    2. List the parts of your job that take away from your satisfaction.
    3. Identify the factors on your list of job negatives that you can change.
    4. Create an action plan for changing the negative aspects of your job.
    5. Educate yourself through training sessions or additional degrees to open up more opportunities at work.
    6. Set your own goals at the office to give yourself something to work toward.
    7. Participate actively in workplace decisions and communication when possible.
    8. Set boundaries for work by only performing work duties at the office.
    9. Remind yourself that you're fortunate to have a job in a tough economy. Refer to your list of positives about the job if you begin feeling negatively toward your work.
    • Nancy Lovering - (2013) How to Be More Productive at Work if You're a Perfectionist
    1. Measure progress instead of perfection. While quality is of utmost importance and should not be disregarded in favor of expedited task completion, finding a balance between getting it right and getting it done will allow you to be more productive.
    2. Recognize how perfectionism can actually reduce the quality of your work when it leads to procrastination. A common pitfall of perfectionists, procrastination leaves you with inadequate project completion time to get the results you are truly capable of.
    3. Stop comparing yourself to other employees. The urge to be competitive can enhance perfectionist tendencies.
    4. Consider what the company requires from you, rather than what you want to see from yourself. Task completion is critical to business workflow, and what your inner perfectionist sees as substandard work may actually be within the acceptable range to meet business needs.
    1. Write down factors that drain your motivation. Create a plan to deal with each of the motivation roadblocks.
    2. Identify your long-term career goals. Determine how your current job responsibilities will help you achieve those goals. Keep your future goals in mind to help you get through tasks you may not want to complete in your current position.
    3. Start your day with a positive thought. Set one positive goal for the day to motivate you toward success.
    4. Stop yourself when you begin with negative thoughts about your job. Reword the thoughts to turn them positive such as looking for alternative solutions rather than calling the current idea a failure.
    5. Dress professionally as a motivational force. Buy new work clothes as an extra incentive to work hard in the office.
    6. Reduce your stress levels to better deal with work tasks. Learn to breathe deeply and visualize success to keep stress levels in check.
    7. Take care of your physical needs through regular exercise, a healthy diet and sufficient sleep. When you feel better physically, you are better able to tackle work duties and stay motivated.
    8. Focus on your workplace successes. Look back at the professional moments that make you proud to motivate yourself to aim for further successful moments.
    • The notion of accountability—and its lesser cousin, responsibility—often pop up in the context of business, as if both of those ideas are good things. A culture of accountability, we’re told, is essential to running a business. I don’t buy any of it. A culture of accountability is actively destructive, and responsibility isn’t exactly positive, either.
    • Also, the notion elevates the individual over the team. To me, effective teams are collaborative, and that applies recursively. The notion of “individual accountability” spits in the face of collaborative teamwork.
    • Accountability is all about external force. You are accountable to your boss, who will punish you if you don’t succeed. You are accountable to your team, which will somehow punish you if you “screw up.” Responsibility is not much better. It’s implies self shaming: You are responsible for X. You took on that responsibility voluntarily! You should be ashamed that you didn’t do it!
    • Both terms imply a culture of violence, to borrow a notion from Bob Marshall. Violence is not conducive to agility.
    • A healthy relationship is about collaboration and sharing, not power. The words “accountable” and “responsible” simply won’t come up in the context of dishes (or anything else) in a healthy relationship. The drivers are love and respect, not obligation.
    • At work, would you rather do a good job because you were responsible for something and held accountable when you fail, or because the work was gratifying and made you feel good?
    • Steve Scott - (2020) How to Stop Being Cynical: 11 Proven Strategies
    1. Admit to yourself that you are cynical.
    2. Embrace positivity.
    3. Practice gratitude.
    4. Breathe : Cynical people often hold their breaths without evening noticing this automatic defensive response. Practice breathing techniques, such as yoga, to oxygenate you and relax your thoughts.
    5. Be mindful.
    6. Be playful, even for just five minutes every day : Allow yourself to play, be curious, have fun, and lose track of time for those five minutes. This may involve enjoying art or listening to some of your favorite songs. Or, it could mean participating in sports or spending time with some of your favorite people.
    7. Limit your news consumption.
    8. Reveal your true self.
    9. Evaluate the company you keep : The people you spend time with influence your outlook. Examine the groups you follow on social media and the co-workers and other people you hang out with. Do they tend to be negative or positive?
    10. Spend more time with positive people : According to Jim Rohn, we are the average of the five people with whom we spend the most time. Choose to be surrounded by people who exude optimism and positivity while maintaining a realistic outlook.
    11. Look at people’s best qualities.
    • Cynicism is part of a defensive posture we take to protect ourselves. It's typically triggered when we feel hurt by or angry at something, and instead of dealing with those emotions directly, we allow them to fester and skew our outlook.
    • Another cause of cynicism is pretty simple: our brains are hard-wired to pay more attention to negative experiences. The more negativity we see in the world, the more likely we are to share that disposition with others. Over time, that tends to make us more cynical.
    • Once you acknowledge your problem, you can start faking a more positive attitude until it sticks. For example, Redditor LionLeo's shares his "fake it till you make it" success.
    • It just kind of came from more of a "go with the flow" attitude that I adopted overall and it's really made me a happier person. I used to deal with depression and anxiety and that's mostly gone away just because I adopted a positive attitude about things. Just try to be a little more enthusiastic about others (genuine or fake, just try it) and be interested in what they have to say.
    • Something I always keep in mind to keep me in check is a quote from Bill Nye, "Everyone you will ever meet knows something you don't." When I think about it that way, people become more interesting to me.
    • For me, it's less about the flowery idea of concentrating on the positive and more about not focusing on the negative. If I have something constructive to say, I'll say it. If it's pessimistic vitriol, I try to keep it to myself.
    • Cynical assholes tend to surround themselves with other cynical assholes. It makes those long nights at the bar complaining about pop culture a lot more enjoyable. At some point, it's worth considering what impact these social relationships have on you.
    • Breed Your Curiosity : I've noticed that the less time I focus on my snarky, cynical responses, the more likely I'll have an actually useful idea. I also tend to pay more attention to the world around me and stop to appreciate the creativity of others.
    • Cynicism Isn't All Bad : The more we look at things critically with an emotional detachment, the more likely we'll be cynical about it. That's not always a bad thing, though. As Psychology Today points out, it's positive in small doses.
    • Though cynicism may not be healthy in the long run, it can serve as an emotional coat of armor that blunts life's everyday indignities.
    • Casting a cynical eye on situations you can't control reduces your emotional attachment to a particular outcome, says Yapko, and actually lowers your vulnerability to depression.
    • Cynics' propensity to spot setups and snow jobs before the rest of us also makes them socially valuable. Infamous cynic Maureen Dowd, for instance, did a Pulitzer-winning job of highlighting tragic flaws in the Clinton administration. "Cynics deserve more respect than they get," Bayan says. "You need naysayers who will shout down ideas that are extreme or just plain foolish."
    • Sarah Todd - (2020) The secret to dealing with cynics at work
    • one way to break the cycle of cynicism and disrespect may be to help people feel more empowered.
    • the boss should also ask more about his professional goals. Perhaps he could suggest a conference the company could pay for him to attend, or a new project that he could head up
    • If you recognize some cynical tendencies within yourself, you might also keep an eye out for ways to empower yourself within your job. After all, the lesson is clear: Cynicism just doesn’t pay.

    Remote work

    Finding a remote job

    Tools

    Misc

    Hobbies

    • Mike Crittenden - (2020) The key to happiness is to stop getting upset all the dang time

    Beers 🍻

    • RateBeer - find ratings & information about beers 🍻
    • Untappd - drink socially, and rate your beers 🍻
    • Ceci n'est pas un blog - Le « beer pairing » 🍺
    • Brussels for Beer Geeks - [BE] A map with bars ,shops, restos of interest for beer geeks visiting Brussels. Bars will usually have a varied selection of good Belgian and/or foreign beers. Restos will have a focus on food and beer. Via Belgianbeergeek.be

    Board games

    Chess

    • hkirat/awesome-chess - curated list of assets availible on the Internet related to chess
    • Next Chess Move - Calculate the best next Chess move
    • Viking Board Gamee - Play Hnefatafl in your browser. Hnefatafl is a Viking game of strategy for two players. Each player has an army of warriors and tries to out-think his or her opponent.

    Coffee ☕️

    • Daniel Miessler - A Coffee Primer ☕️
    • Le Pharmachien - [FR] 🇫🇷 Caféine : toxique et délicieuse / Coffee : good and bad parts ☕️
    • David McRaney - (2010) Coffee stimulation or addiction ? ☕️
    • Dave Mosher - (2018) How to Stay Alert Without Caffeine - Try These Science-Based Tricks Next Time You're Tired ☕️
    • Brandur Leach - Caffeine | An experiment of Brandur in seriously throttling back its caffeine intake for the first time in years.
    • The Coffee Compass - Brew a coffee. Taste it. Adapt and repeat until you find the coffee you prefer.

    History

    • Sur le champ - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Videos] La tactique et la stratégie militaires ont aussi une histoire. A travers l'analyse de différentes batailles, cette chaîne Youtube vous propose de découvrir ce qui a marqué cette discipline, non pour l'exercer mais pour la comprendre.

    Toys collections

    • Yo Joe! - the internet's premiere archive site about G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero | probably the oldest website I remember to visit in my young age

    Post Apocalyptic fictions

    Balades et nature

    • Marches Adeps - 🇫🇷 [FR] Tous les dimanches et jours fériés, des marches Adeps sont organisées en Wallonie et à Bruxelles. Des parcours de 5, 10, 20 et parfois 15km pour tous les types de randonneurs.
    • balnam.be - 🇫🇷 [FR] Les chemins et sentiers publics de la Province de Namur.
    • RouteYou - 🇫🇷 [FR] itinéraires à pied ou en vélo à Bruxelles
    • Wikiloc - 🇫🇷 [FR] Itinéraires en Belgique | Itinéraires et randonnées du monde | Trails in belgium and in the world

    Humor

    • There, I Fixed It - white trash repairs. Aka how not to repair things
    • /r/DiWHY - when DIY goes wrong
    • /r/redneckengineering - white trash repairs, and other workarounds that make you laugh
    • /r/techsupportmacgyver - Macgyvered solutions to problems
    • /r/totallynotrobots - a place where robots humans share their thoughts
    • /r/funnycharts - funny charts
    • Cyanide & Happiness - controversial, dark humorous & sometimes surrealistic comic strips
    • Joan Cornellà - unsettling, surreal humor and black humorous comic strips
    • David Firth - [Youtube] Salad Fingers is a psychological horror, dark humorous animation movie ranked among the top 10 culture phenomenon for 2005
    • Le Gorafi - [FR] 🇫🇷 news satire
    • Encyclopedia Dramatica - a satirical wiki, parodying encyclopedia topics and current events, especially those related or relevant to contemporary Internet culture
    • /r/WhereIsMyFlyingCar - a lot of predictions made about the future that have or have not come to pass.
    • Kimmo Lemetti - Gone with the blastwave is a post apocalyptic black humorous web comic
    • Honest Trailers - [Video] funny trailers of popular movies
    • The Useless Web - Take you to another random useless website
    • @Malaise TV - [FR] 🇫🇷 Twitter account showing awkwardness in TV shows
    • Mattia Quarta - How to read a scientific paper.... brilliant
    • Philippe Shiu - [IMG] math students tip
    • Topissimo - [FR] 🇫🇷 TOP 40 des vérités du quotidien illustrées avec humour !
    • Mashable - (2014) [IMG] Young entrepreneurs these days
    • Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - (2010) [IMG] Why are there so few women in engineering / science ?
    • Capitalism & Competitiveness (2014) [IMG] [FR] 🇫🇷
    • LastWeekTonight - (2014) [Video] Stephen Hawking Interview about artificial intelligence, with John Oliver (HBO)
    • Cyprien - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Video] Technophobe / what if you could not use technology anymore
    • Message à caractère informatif - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Videos] funny surreal dubbing of old corporate short movies Bonus : Top 12 best episodes
    • Koreus - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Videos] best funny videos from internet
    • The Onion - America's Finest News Source | A farcical newspaper featuring world, national and community news.
    • The Daily Mash British satire site offering funny stories on news, politics and sport, an agony aunt column and polls.
    • what if? - Serious scientific answers to absurd hypothetical questions
    • The Best Page in the Universe - personal satirical humor website created by George Ouzounian, better known as Maddox
    • webcomic name - kind of absurd repetitive web comic strip, among my favorites | "oh no"
    • Regular Ordinary Swedish Meal Time (ROSMT) - [Videos] YouTube Series of WTF cooking how-to's/tutorials. it's good for you | Swedish men cooking regular food with extreme Swedish violence like vikings.
    • The Cooper Review - Funny corporate humor and satire
    • Sarah Cooper - Boomers vs. Millennials @ Work
    • Sarah Cooper - Why They Call it Middle Management
    • Sarah Cooper - 9 Tricks to Appear Smart in Brainstorming Meetings
    • Sarah Cooper - How to Say No Without Ever Saying No
    • Sarah Cooper - Here are the 10 Most Deeply Meaningful Team Building Exercises
    • Sarah Cooper - How to Outshine Everyone on LinkedIn
    • Bitcoin Regret Club - satirical site for people who want to calculate all the money they you could’ve made with Bitcoin
    • Richard Gale - [Video] (2009) The Horribly Slow Murderer with the Extremely Inefficient Weapon
    • DSL-Store - T-Shirt online store. Your best t-shirt should be like your bed. It just feels like you are home when you are in it.
    • Manifesto for Half-Arsed Agile Software Development - "We have heard about new ways of developing software by paying consultants and reading Gartner reports...."
    • Cult of the Party Parrot - Party or die
    • Michael Küsters - (2019) The Scream Guide - A comprehensive Guide to Scream: When Scrum would require too much change! (Parodic guide to Scrum)

    Images / Wallpapers

    • NASA - Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive
    • InterfaceLIFT - High resolution photography wallpapers for every screen size
    • Jeffrey Friedl - Jeffrey's Image Metadata Viewer (Exif viewer)
    • Exif Viewer - Another image metadata viewer
    • François Dourlen - 'feel good' mash-up pictures, combining pop-culture characters and actual locations
    • WLPPR - vibrant wallpapers from places of our planet
    • Psiu Puxa - wallpapers from all over the universe
    • Free Online Picture Resizer - Easily crop, resize and edit your images online for free
    • Dale Myers - (2014) Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About PNGs
    • Moviemania - super big textless high-resolution movie wallpapers database
    • SpaceX - Official SpaceX Photos on Flickr
    • Will Gallego - (2017) Reducing Image File Size at Etsy
    • DeepAI - Image Colorization API

    Linux / Unix 🐧

    News

    • /r/linux - discussions & news about linux on reddit
    • ⭐️ nixCraft - linux tips, hacks, tutorials and ideas
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Blog - latest information on Red Hat's IT infrastructure products, offerings, and solutions
    • Opensource.com - stories about creating, adopting, and sharing open source solutions
    • The Linux Foundation - The Linux Foundation Youtube Channel
    • Senthil Kumar aka SK - (2017) How To Securely And Permanently Delete Your Data In Linux
    • Alltop - Top Linux News aggregated
    • Tux Machines - a community-driven public service/news site which has been around for over a decade and primarily focuses on GNU/Linux

    Learn

    rm -rf /var/lib/rpm/__db*
    rpm --rebuilddb
    
    • Miguel Rentes - (2015) moreutils: the utilities package every UNIX/Linux/Mac OS developer should know | nice utilities
    • Bryan Kennedy - (2013) My First 5 Minutes On A Server; Or, Essential Security for Linux Servers
    • Ben Wilson - (2011) Basic Linux Privilege Escalation
    • [Senthil Kumar aka SK](https://www.ostechnix.com/ -one-liner-linux-commands-part-1/) - (2018) Some Random One-liner Linux Commands [Part 1]. Bonus : Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
    • Bash-Oneliner - A collection of handy Bash One-Liners and terminal tricks for data processing and Linux system maintenance. Bonus : GitHub repository
    • crontab guru - The quick and simple online editor for testing cron schedule expressions
    • Pēteris Ņikiforovs - (2017) htop explained | Explanation of everything you can see in htop/top on Linux
    • b4b4r07/gomi - 🗑️ Replacement for UNIX rm command!
    • Jeffrey Paul - (2019) Stupid Unix Tricks

    Emacs

    Linux for fun

    Raspberry Pi

    • Ard Ray - Persistent IPtables on Raspberry Pi (Raspbian)
    • Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange - What should be done to secure Raspberry Pi?
    • Stefan Pröll - (2016) A Reasonable Secure, Self-Hosted Password Database with Versioning and Remote Access

    Tuning

    Vim

    Mac

    • Ask Different - Install 2 different OS X versions on the same machine/hdd
    • Jordan Merrick - 40 Terminal Tips and Tricks You Never Thought You Needed
    • Markus Wein - macOS Terminal cheat sheet
    • Hanxue Lee - (2016) Installing Jenkins on OS X using Homebrew
    • StackShare - popular JavaScript UI libraries on StackShare
    • MacAdmins on Slack - Place where many of OS X Admins belong
    • OS X Daily - (2011) Command line : Extract .pkg Files Without Installing Them
    • OS X Daily - (2013) Mount * OS X Daily - Mount & Unmount Drives from the Command Line in Mac OS X Unmount Drives from the Command Line in Mac OS X
    • Apple Support - Mac keyboard shortcuts
    • Randall Wood/jenkins-slave-osx - Example of Jenkins slave setup script for Mac OSX
    • herrbischoff/awesome-osx-command-line - Use your OS X terminal shell to do awesome things.
    • Apple - Downloads for Apple Developers / useful to find old tools / OS versions
    • Vinod Yalburgi - How to Install OS X Yosemite on New Partition and Dual-Boot with Mavericks
    • Christian Zibreg - (2015) How to start up your Mac from a bootable CD/DVD, USB thumb drive or external storage device
    • Daniel Miessler - 8 Powerful Features of Safari That Few People Know About
    • Daniel Miessler - The First 10 Things I Do on a New Mac
    • Enrico Maria Crisostomo - (2014) OS X: Creating Packages from the Command Line - Tutorial and a Makefile - Part I
    • Lucas Hall - 8 open source tools for managing macOS
    • Maksym Grebenets - (2015) Jenkins Remote Node on Mac OS X
    • Praval Singh - (2015) Your Mac is probably eating your Internet bandwidth (and you don’t know about it!). Bonus : other links on the subject : 1 2 3 4
    • Wesley Moore - Finding an Alternative to Mac OS X
    • Kevin Burke - Make your Go Binaries Homebrew Installable
    • Rich Trouton - (2014) Managing the Authorization Database in OS X Mavericks | and probably for later versions too
    • Yubico Support - macOS Logon Tool Configuration Guide : Enable Yubico 2FA at macOs login screen and for screensaver
    • OSXDaily - (2017) How to Use Touch ID to Authenticate sudo on Mac OS
    • Homebrew Formulae - is an online package browser for Homebrew – the macOS package manager.
    • Miguel Rentes - (2015) moreutils: the utilities package every UNIX/Linux/Mac OS developer should know | nice utilities
    • mas-cli/mas - 📦 Mac App Store command line interface
    • sghiassy - How to disable Device Enrollment Notification on Mac / Comment se débarrasser de la notification pour "Inscription du Périphérique" sur Mac
    • MorganGeek - My cheatsheet for MacOS
    • kentcdodds - Shared dotfiles for MacOS

    Code signing

    Manga

    • anime-planet - one of the most complete manga and anime database for finding recommended content, or cataloging and reviewing your collection

    Math

    how might we help more kids experience what math lovers experience?

    Movies

    • SC (SensCritique) - [FR] 🇫🇷 french social networking service meant for discovery, cataloging, sharing reviews and tastes in films, tv series, music, books, comics and video games
    • Rotten Tomatoes - quality measurement for movies & tv, by creating a score based on top critics
    • Metacritic - similar to Rotten Tomatoes. Aggregates reviews and provides a metascore for movies, tv, games and music
    • IMDB (Internet Movie Database) - aka IMDb, the biggest online database of info related to films and tv
    • TasteKid - get recommendations for music but also tv shows, films, games, books...
    • Tunefind - Music from all popular tv shows
    • Tunefind - Music from all popular tv shows and movies
    • My 90's TV - Go back to the 1990's via this nostalgic TV simulator and relive the original ads, music videos, movie trailers, shows and more!
    • MorganGeek - [FR] 🇫🇷 FileBot : le couteau suisse du renommage de films et séries
    • moviecode - Source Code in TV and Films / Images of the computer code appearing in TV and films and what they really are.
    • /r/itsaunixsystem - every satirical, embarrassing, incorrect usage of Technology in Movies, TV Shows, and Video Games!
    • Clara Darko - [Video] Movie montage of dystopian / utopias societies
    • OpenSubtitles.org - large open subtitles database for tv shows and movies
    • TVsubtitles.net - large collection of subtitles for tv shows
    • Addic7ed.com - free subtitles for tv show and movies
    • Movie-Censorship.com - News about movie censorship + comparisons of alternate versions (Movies, Comics, Series, Games and more)
    • caps-a-holic.com - DVD und Blu-ray Comparisons
    • IMSE - Internet Movie Search Engine
    • SoMeFilm - Movies / tv shows recommendations : what will you watch tonight ?
    • ⭐️ What is my movie ? - finds movies based on your own words, actors, directors, genres etc.
    • David Firth - [Youtube] Salad Fingers is a psychological horror, dark humorous animation movie ranked among the top 10 culture phenomenon for 2005
    • Honest Trailers - [Video] funny trailers of popular movies
    • Cinesift - 'Cinesift' Sorts Ratings and Streaming Services to Help Users Pick Films. Bonus : Presentation of Cinesift by Trend Hunter
    • Moviemania - super big textless high-resolution movie wallpapers database
    • Parkhi Rastogi - Recommend Movie by Plot (reveal movie title after reading the plot)
    • Short of the Week - Watch the best short films online
    • MorganGeek - Random Horror Show : some random short horror movies in loop. Inspired by the BIFFF and Short of the Week / Short Horror Movies
    • Vimeo - The high-quality home for video hosting and watching in HD with no ads, used by a vast number of indie filmmakers. The place to find refreshing, art-house movies to stream on demand.
    • TED - [Videos] Ideas worth spreading, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less)
    • Zach Alexander - (2016) 10 Tech Movies to Get You Coding Again
    • Putlocker - The easiest way to watch your favorite movies online!
    • ImagoTV - 🇫🇷 [FR] Netflix gratuit de la transition écologique !
    • daltonmenezes/netflix-list-exporter - 💫 An Extension to export your lists from Netflix to Clipboard area and share with your friends. | also useful if used to compare lists to know what to watch together
    • DoesTheDogDie.com - Crowdsourced emotional spoilers for movies, tv, books and more.
    • Rating Graph - is an online visualization tool which generates fancy graphs from user ratings (ranging between 1.0 and 10.0) submitted to TV show's Episodes and Movies.
    • Spoiler.io - Random Movies and TV Shows Spoilers.
    • Movix.ai - Discover your movie in a few clicks | Movix.ai is a movie recommendation service based on artificial intelligence and Deep Learning. Click movies and tags you like and the system will do the rest — in a few clicks, Movix adapts to your preferences and gives you movies worth watching.

    Music 🎶

    • Rate Your Music - one of the most complete music database for cataloging, tagging and reviewing your music collection
    • TasteKid - get recommendations for music but also tv shows, films, games, books...
    • 16Personalities - Music Preferences by Personality Type
    • jamb0ss/awesome-ambient-noises - A curated list of awesome ambient noises for listening while programming
    • DΛTΛSSETTE - music for programming
    • MorganGeek - work / programming playlists selection
    • Tellement Nomade - [FR] 🇫🇷 forum for reviews, advices from audiophiles and discussions about music material (headphones, music players...)
    • Tunefind - Music from all popular tv shows
    • Tunefind - Music from all popular tv shows and movies
    • Ranker - Some of the Best Songs Based on Game of Thrones
    • My 90's TV - Go back to the 1990's via this nostalgic TV simulator and relive the original ads, music videos, movie trailers, shows and more!
    • ProgrammableWeb - Music related APIs
    • MusicIP - MusicIP analyses and fingerprints your music library
    • Metal Torrent Tracker - a good metal music tracker 🤘
    • RockBox - metal music torrent tracker 🤘
    • Tabletop Audio - Original, ambiances and music for your role playing games and stories
    • foobar2000 - List of all plugins for foobar2000
    • foobar2000 - There exist a mobile version of foobar2000
    • Tunefind - Walking Dead tv show soundtracks online
    • LDDM (Les Démons du MIDI) - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Podcast] every month, 2 hours of music from video games Bonus : LDDM sur RadioKawa
    • ⭐️ khinsider - good place to find video game music
    • Banjo Guy Ollie - [Videos] videos of Olivier Longuet (aka Ollie LongZ / BanjoGuyOllie), a youtuber making awesome video game music covers. Bonus : his other youtube channel [FR] 🇫🇷 Grand Theft Z'Audio if you like funny surreal dubbing of games cinematic, mainly inspired by [Message à caractère informatif (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozJmcB-mVgw)
    • ⭐️ YouTube to MP3 converter
    • Metalcast - 🤘 Ultimate metal show
    • Steve Losh - 🤘 (2009) Why People Don’t Like Metal
    • Steve Losh - (2010) Keep Calm and Carry On | listen to music, damn it!
    • Gnoosic - Based on your choices, Gnod predicts you might like the music of
    • Graspop Metal Meeting - Archives of Graspop Line up through time 🤘
    • Spotify Library Exporter - a tool to download your Spotify library as a CSV to be used elsewhere. Can also be useful to migrate from Spotify to Apple Music, backup your library to use elsewhere, keep a record offline. It doesn't matter! 🎉
    • PlaylistConverter - Convert your Playlist from multiple Music Services and File Format. Works for Spotify too
    • Map of Metal - 🤘 An interactive map of Metal history and the influential bands that helped shaped the genres we know today.
    • midomi - Use your voice or your mic to identify music
    • myNoise - Background Noises & Interactive Soundscapes
    • A Soft Murmur - Ambient sounds to wash away distraction.
    • Noisli - Improve focus and boost your productivity | Mix different sounds and create your perfect environment.
    • musicForProgramming - Music possessing these qualities can often provide just the right amount of interest to occupy the parts of your brain that would otherwise be left free to wander and lead to distraction during your work.
    • Marc Allard - (2016) 🇫🇷 [FR] Nous sommes ce que nous écoutons

    Tools

    • joshuathompson/baton - CLI to manage Spotify playback | You are using Spotify and would love to use it via terminal / CLI tools ? try baton ;-)
    • Obscurify Music - If you're on spotify, Obscurify let you learn more about your music taste and compare it to others' with Obscurify.

    Networking

    • Homenet Howto - Interesting guide to how computer networks work
    • Naresh Kumar - (2013) 10 Basic Linux Networking and Monitoring Commands You Should Know
    • Naresh Kumar - (2013) Linux Server Monitoring and Networking Commands for Linux Server Administrators - Part 2
    • Silver Moon - 10 examples of Linux ss command to monitor network connections
    • Silver Moon - 18 commands to monitor network bandwidth on Linux server
    • Daniel Miessler - Security: How To Monitor Your Network Connections
    • ⭐️ Kickball/awesome-selfhosted - list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally
    • /r/netsec - network security on reddit
    • Google - [Video] How Google Protects Its Corporate Security Perimeter without Firewalls / Very interesting insight into Google's BeyondCorp Zero Trust Network.
    • MoonPoint - Using PuTTY to set up a SOCKS Proxy Connection
    • MoonPoint - Configuring IE 10 to use an SSH SOCKS Proxy Server
    • Thomas Graf - DockerCon 2017 - Cilium - Network and Application Security with BPF and XDP
    • Sreenivas Makam - Docker Networking - Common Issues and Troubleshooting Techniques
    • VirtualBox issues tracker - Network adapters not working after host returns from sleep Win 7 host Linux Mint 17.2 guest
    • WhatsMyIP - Port scanners & other networking tools
    • Vivek Gite - (2018) Top 32 Nmap Command Examples For Sys/Network Admins
    • LZone - Linux networking cheatsheet
    • AboutMyX - Subnet mask calculator
    • Vivek Gite - (2015) Linux setup default gateway with route command
    • Vivek Gite - (2013) Linux route Add Command Examples
    • Vivek Gite - (2009) Configure Linux As Bastion Host
    • Hurricane Electric BGP Toolkit - This website is an Internet analysis site for the whole Internet. useful tool to collect ip, addresses, etc
    • BGPView - allows you to debug and investigate information about IP addresses, ASN, IXs, BGP, ISPs, Prefixes and Domain names.
    • Robtex - is used for various kinds of research of IP numbers, Domain names, etc. Examples : Reverse DNS Lookup, Whois, AS macros.
    • RIPE Database - Webupdates / database query
    • CIDR/Netmask Lookup Tool - get information about a CIDR range including the IP addresses and host addresses contained in it.
    • Vivek Gite - (2018) Linux Show / Display Available Network Interfaces
    • CICR Tool - Calculator for IP Range To CIDR / CIDR to IP Range
    • Sal Ferrarello - (2016) Chrome Clear Redirect Cache
    • The Goose-bearing bash shell - (2016) How to get your IP address from the command line. TLDR; type curl ident.me to know your public ip
    • Joyent Support - (2016) Watching active IP connections - Linux
      • Incoming connections : watch -d -n1 lsof -i
    • Super User and Server Fault
      • Trace all connections on specific port to /var/log/messages (syslog) using iptables : sudo iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 443 --syn -j LOG --log-prefix "HTTPS SYN: "
      • Trace all connections on specific port to /var/log/messages (syslog) using iptables : sudo iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --match multiport --dports 443,636,389,8095,80 --syn -j LOG --log-prefix "HTTPS SYN: "
      • Removing iptables rule : sudo iptables -D INPUT -p <etc rest of your above rule>
    • AbuseIPDB - help make Web safer by providing a central repository for webmasters, system administrators, and other interested parties to report and identify IP addresses that have been associated with malicious activity online
    • InterPlanetary File System - The InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) is a protocol and peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing data in a distributed file system. IPFS uses content-addressing to uniquely identify each file in a global namespace connecting all computing devices. See also : Wikipedia and GitHub

    Tips

    • AWS Docs - determine your instance's IPv4 addresses using instance metadata :
      1. Connect to your instance.
      2. Use the following command to get its private IP address: curl http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/local-ipv4
      3. Use the following command to get its public IP address: curl http://169.254.169.254/latest/meta-data/public-ipv4
    • MorganGeek - My Network cheatsheet
    • MorganGeek - My AWS cheatsheet

    News ❗️

    • 🔥 🦄 Lobsters - Lobsters is a technology-focused community centered around link aggregation and discussion
    • 🔥 HCKR News - unofficial alternative hacker news interface, fixing some Hacker News UI Issues
    • ⭐️ Y Combinator - Hacker News : social news aggregator focusing on computer science and entrepreneurship. Related : Additional news lists
    • Y Combinator - Hacker news Show : where people share their work. Related : ⭐️ Newest Show HN
    • ⭐️ DEVURLS - a developer news aggregator.
    • ⭐️ Product Hunt - discover new products (apps, websites, services, ...)
    • TechCrunch - latest technology news and information on startups
    • ⭐️ Le Gorafi - [FR] 🇫🇷 news satire
    • Summaread - Millions of articles summarized daily
    • Popurls - Mother of news aggregators - aggregate news from most popular internet front pages
    • Alltop - News aggregator, similar to Popurls. Aggregates news by topic also
    • Twoogle - Search tweets in realtime
    • AcquiredBy - Definitive list of tech acquisitions
    • Trendsmap - shows you the latest trends from Twitter, for anywhere in the world.
    • Daniel Miessler - a very interesting blog about InfoSec, technology and humans
    • Le blog d'un odieux connard - [FR] 🇫🇷 caustic news / news satire
    • the morning paper - an interesting/influential/important paper from the world of CS every weekday morning, as selected by Adrian Colyer
    • OSNews - explore the future of computing and about technology, OS, hardware, development, and other cool news
    • Electronic Frontier Foundation - EFF is working to protect our fundamental rights regardless of technology, to educate the press, policymakers and the general public about civil liberties issues related to technology, and to act as a defender of those liberties.
    • Jeffrey Ventrella - Nature -> Brain -> Technology | Things and Stuff
    • Les Numériques - 🇫🇷 [FR] Test, actu, comparatif high-tech/électroménager
    • Lindsay Kolowich - (2017) The 20 Best Websites for Wasting Time on the Internet in 2018 | NSFW
    • reddit - most controversial links
    • 🔥 sebsauvage - 🇫🇷 [FR] Liens en vrac de sebsauvage
    • Korben - 🇫🇷 [FR] Upgrade your mind
    • Matthieu Lesne aka coreight - 🇫🇷 [FR] Le blog d'infos et astuces web; high tech
    • Post Apocalyptic Media - All the latest end-of-the-world trends
    • TECHURLS - a technology news aggregator.
    • SCIURLS - a science news aggregator.
    • donnemartin/haxor-news - Browse Hacker News like a haxor: A Hacker News command line interface (CLI).
    • michael-lazar/rtv - Browse Reddit from your terminal
    • DesGeeksetdeslettres - 🇫🇷 [FR] fournit des outils et des connaissances pour protéger votre vie privée contre la surveillance massive mondiale. Ce blog anime depuis 2009 une communauté florissante d'individus soucieux de la protection de la vie privée et s'informe au jour le jour des nouvelles avancées en matière de protection de vos données en ligne.
    • Timeless Hacker News - refresh for 30 random good posts

    Operations / IT OPS

    See also Monitoring

    News

    Learn

    Please, developers, don’t get smug. I’m starting with you because you’re a core part of the problem here. Go back and re-read the definitions of DevOps … I’ll wait … You have to notice one salient point. Nowhere does it say, “Developers rule the world”, or “Developers have ‘SA’ privileges”, or “We get to ignore the Operations side of IT and do anything we want”. No, instead, it talks about cooperation.

    DevOps does not equal ‘Developers managing Production’

    • Jennifer Riggins - (2018) 6 Lessons from Bitnami’s Transition to Container-Based Ops
    • Chris Ward - (2017) Distributing Operational Knowledge Across a Team
    • Matt Watson - (2017) What Is Site Reliability Engineering and Why You Should Embrace It
    • Matt Watson - (2017) What is Web Operations? How Does it Relate to DevOps and SRE?
    • Matt Watson - (2014) Supporting Production Applications the DevOps Way
    • Coda Hale - (2017) Risky Business Requires Active Operators | about the risks of automation in order to successfully and safely wield its power.
    • Dan McKinley - (2017) You Can’t Have a Rollback Button | The internet is a big truck. It’s really hard to drive it backwards.
    • ⭐️ Paul Hammond - (2010) [Slides] Always ship trunk | Managing change in complex websites
    • Mike Fisher - (2018) Selecting a Cloud Provider
    • Gregg Caines - (2015) Reclaiming Value From Bugs and Outages: Thoughts on Post-Mortems
    • ⭐️ Mike Loukides - (2017) The evolution of DevOps
    • Mandi Walls - (2017) Configuration Management is Old and Boring
    • Manisha Sahasrabudhe - (2017) 7 things to consider while moving to a microservices architecture
    • Nathen Harvey - (2017) Compliance as Code
    • OpsStack - [Slides] (2017) Monitoring the SRE Golden Signals | Actually Getting the Metrics from Common Services
    • Oded Zilinsky - (2018) How to use ChatOps to boost business engagement across teams | Go cross-silo with chatbots
    • Ericka Chickowski - (2017) Epic IT Ops fails: The 5 worst blunders of 2017
    • Travis Greene - (2018) 7 arguments against NoOps | just say no
    • Esther Schindler - (2016) 3 Ways Devs Can Help Ops: An Operations Perspective
    • Esther Schindler - (2016) 3 Way Ops Can Help Devs: A Developer Perspective
    • Michael Cote - (2018) The many-faced god of operational excellence, DevOps and now 'site reliability engineering'
    • Jamie Andrews - (2017) Inspec gives insight
    • Alice Goldfuss - (2016) No More On-Call Martyrs
    • ⭐️ Rob Kinyon - (2016) What does Operations do?
    • Anna Kennedy - (2017) Building a secure bastion host, or, 50 ways to kill your server. Bonus : Slides
    • Patrick Cable - (2017) This Christmas, build your own PKI
    • Robert Treat - (2017) sysadmins - the evolution of a role amidst revolutionary hype.
    • cscareerthrowaway567 - (2017) Accidentally destroyed production database on first day of a job, and was told to leave, on top of this i was told by the CTO that they need to get legal involved, how screwed am i?
    • Chelsey Lang - (2017) 4 Ways to Approach Incident Management and Improve Mean Time to Resolution
    • Jim Leonardo - (2017) Is it DevOps? What is DevOps and what is not DevOps
    • Jim Leonardo - (2017) Is it DevOps? What is DevOps and what is not DevOps
    • Dmitriy Samovskiy - (2016) The Rise of New Operations
    • Dmitriy Samovskiy - (2011) Complex Systems: Generalists and Specialists | on diagnosing problems
    • trimstray/test-your-sysadmin-skills - A collection of *nix Sysadmin Test Questions and Answers for Interview/Exam (2018 Edition).
    • Gabe Hicks - (2017) 6 Ways to Control Cloud Costs
    • Nexthink - Periodic Table of IT Ops Tools
    • Antonio Cangiano - (2018) Building Better Software With Info-Ops: An Interview With Daniel B. Markham
    • Sean Kane - (2018) 6 creative ways to solve problems with Linux containers and Docker
    • ⭐️ Vivek Gite - (2017) 40 Linux Server Hardening Security Tips
    • chubin/cheat.sh - Cheat.sh - the only cheat sheet you need | allow to browse cheatsheets from internet using curl
    • open-guides/og-aws - 📙 Amazon Web Services — a practical guide
    • Jonathan Lozada De La Matta (Red Hat) - (2018) A sysadmin's guide to Ansible: How to simplify tasks
    • Théo Chamley - (2018) 7 best practices for operating containers
    • Vivek Gite - (2018) Top 20 OpenSSH Server Best Security Practices
    • Krishelle Hardson-Hurley - (2017) So you want to be an SRE?
    • Eiichi Kitagawa - Windows Cheatsheet for Linux Engineers
    • jdumars/agileops - The Agile Operations methodology
    • Fred Hébert - (2019) Operator Experience (OpEx), Observability, and making observable systems
    • Ubuntu Community Help Wiki - Internet and Networking >> SSH >> SSH/OpenSSH/Keys
    • Amazon Web Services Simple Monthly Calculator - estimate your monthly AWS bill more efficiently. Using this tool, you can add, modify and remove services from your 'bill' and it will recalculate your estimated monthly charges automatically. The calculator also shows common customer samples and their usage, such as Disaster Recovery and Backup or Web Application.
    • ops.tips - articles, tutorials and guides about cloud-native technologies: AWS, Golang, Containers, Linux, Infrastructure as a Service and DevOps. Shortcuts : All gists and All articles
    • O11ycast - Exploring the observability side of software development.
    • Jan Schaumann - (2020) (A few) Ops Lessons We All Learn The Hard Way
    • A Cloud Guru - (2020) [Audio] Operations: Past, Present, and Glorious Future Webinar, with Charity Majors aka mipsytipsy | This session covers the many guises of Ops work, picking the right companies, unexpected ways to apply that expertise, and how to make proactive career decisions that get you where you want to be.
    • Charity Majors - (2020) The Future of Ops Careers. See also : Christine Yen on the same blog.

    Apache

    Atlassian

    News

    Learn

    • Atlassian Docs - Java Option http.nonProxyHosts does not work | useful info for Jira, Confluence & BitBucket
    • Atlassian Docs - Product guides & APIs for Confluence, Bitbucket, Stride / Hipchat, Jira, Bamboo...
    • Katrina Morales - (2017) 5 real-life examples of beautiful technical documentation | user friendly docs on confluence
    • Karl Tate - (2018) Confluence Best Practice: 10 Quick Tips for Maintaining Your Confluence Environment

    Infrastructure

    See also AWS and Terraform

    • HashiCorp - Resource Library | Learn how to provision, secure , connect , and run any infrastructure for any application
    • Dan Tehranian - (2014) Building a Better Dashboard for Virtual Infrastructure
    • Marvin Pinto - (2015) A Framework for Deployment of Immutable Infrastructure
    • Pedro Artino - (2016) Test Driven Infrastructure with Goss
    • Eran Chetzroni - (2017) Tips for reducing the cost of your infrastructure
    • Denny Cherry - (2017) Another Cloud Outage (#awsdown this time) Another Group of Companies Show They Don’t Have DR
    • Subbu Allamaraju - (2016) Don’t Build Private Clouds
    • The OpenStack Marketplace - Private Clouds + Public Clouds
    • Michal Charemza - (2017) Non atomic deployments | Cron-free deferred delete of obsolete static resources | The best infrastructure is the one that doesn't exist
    • Jonathan Block - (2018) Scaling Jenkins | good tips for AWS, infrastructure design...
    • Wolfram Hempel - (2018) An introduction to medieval cities and cloud security
    • Rodion Chachura - (2018) System testing: Localstack + Terraform
    • Carlos Nunez - (2017) Top 3 Terraform Testing Strategies for Ultra-Reliable Infrastructure-as-Code
    • Rosemary Wang - (2019) Test-Driven Development for Infrastructure
    • Nic Jackson - (2018) HashiCorp Terraform: Modules as Building Blocks for Infrastructure
    • k1LoW/awspec - RSpec tests for your AWS resources.
    • Jeff Geerling - (2017) dockrun oneshot — quick local environments for testing infrastructure
    • localstack/localstack - 💻 A fully functional local AWS cloud stack. Develop and test your cloud & Serverless apps offline
    • ⭐️ Terraform Best Practices - [Book] free book with most of best-practices and recommendations for Terraform users. Bonus Source code examples
    • Terragrunt - Terragrunt is a thin wrapper that provides extra tools for keeping your configurations DRY, working with multiple Terraform modules, and managing remote state. | DRY and maintainable Terraform code.
    • antonbabenko/modules.tf-lambda - Infrastructure as code generator - from visual diagrams created with Cloudcraft.co to Terraform
    • Yevgeniy Brikman - (2018) 5 Lessons Learned From Writing Over 300,000 Lines of Infrastructure Code
    • Gruntwork Docs - How to configure a production-grade AWS account structure using Gruntwork AWS Landing Zone | Guide for configuring a production-grade AWS account structure, including how to manage multiple environments, users, permissions, and audit logging. We’ll also discuss how to implement a Landing Zone solution that lets you quickly spin up new AWS accounts that all implement a security baseline that enforces your company’s policies.
    • Rosemary Wang - (2019) [Slides] Test-Driven Development (TDD) for Infrastructure
    • Fernanda Martins - (2020) [Slides] The hitchhiker's guide to terraform your infrastructure

    Jira

    News

    • Atlassian Jira - Jira Server and Data Center: current work and future plans dashboard.

    Learn

    • Atlassian Docs - Java Option http.nonProxyHosts does not work | useful info for Jira, Confluence & BitBucket
    • Dan Radigan - (2013) 8 steps to Jira field greatness
    • Dan Radigan - (2013) Building an awesome Jira workflow: concepts and examples
    • tehranian/docker-atlassian-jira - Docker build for Atlassian Jira
    • John Andersen - REST Based ServiceNow / Jira Integration (PoC)
    • Maksym Grebenets - (2015) JIRA ID in Git Commit Messages
    • Atlassian Docs - Product guides & APIs for Confluence, Bitbucket, Stride / Hipchat, Jira, Bamboo...
    • Adam Boczek - (2016) JIRA Workflows from the Trenches | The Problem with the Standard Configuration + Some useful Practices and Rules
    • Idalko - (2018) A guide to Jira workflow best practices (with examples)
    • Idalko - (2018) The worst (common) advice for Jira that is killing your productivity
    • Vjaceslavs Kreidikovs - (2018) JIRA workflow configuration tips, explanation & examples
    • Kim Wall - (2017) The human side to scaling Jira software: governance, change control, and more
    • Atlassian Docs - Project screens, schemes and fields
    • Atlassian Community - (2018) What would be your advice to first-time Jira Software admins? | good tips & tricks in answers
    • Atlassian Docs - Configuring a custom field : Adding a new context | Adding a new context allows you to configure a custom field differently for different combinations of issue types and projects.
    • Atlassian Docs - Latest Jira documentation for REST API Bonus : Jira REST API examples
    • jira-python Docs - Jira-python lib usage examples
    • Atlassian Docs - Enable Dark Feature in Jira
    • lusarz/jira-node-cli - JIRA command line interface written in NodeJS
    • keepcosmos/terjira - Terjira is a very interactive and easy to use CLI tool for Jira, more complete than jira-node-cli

    Logging

    How does a project get to be one year late? … One day at a time.

    Monitoring

    See also Operations / IT OPS

    • Rafael Eyng - Monitoring Your Application Status With Cabot
    • John Allspaw - (2007) The term “monitoring” needs clarification.
    • John Allspaw - (2013) Owning Attention (Considerations for Alert Design)
    • Server Density - 80 Linux Monitoring Tools
    • Andrew Wulf - Monitor Or Fail
    • Splunk Docs - Splunk Web : HipChat example for custom alert actions
    • Splunkbase - Splunk App : HipChat Room Notification Alert
    • Fortify8Fifty Labs - Configuring Splunk to Send HipChat Notifications
    • BitMeter OS - a cross platform stupid simple and efficient bandwidth monitoring tool running locally with a web interface. Downloads, FAQs, Docs
    • monitoring-fr - [FR] 🇫🇷 Inventory of most recommended open source monitoring solutions
    • MorganGeek - (2017) monitoring solutions compared
    • MorganGeek - (2017) monitoring tools summarized
    • Julia Evans - (2017) Linux tracing systems * Julia Evans - (2017) Linux tracing systems * Julia Evans - Linux tracing systems & how they fit together how they fit together how they fit together
    • Naresh Kumar - (2013) 10 Basic Linux Networking and Monitoring Commands You Should Know
    • Naresh Kumar - (2013) Linux Server Monitoring and Networking Commands for Linux Server Administrators - Part 2
    • Steven Vaughan-Nichols - 16 Linux server monitoring commands you really need to know
    • Justyna Ilczuk - (2015) Bash monitoring tips - watch * Justyna Ilczuk - (2015) Bash monitoring tips - watch * Justyna Ilczuk - Bash monitoring tips - watch & tee tee tee
    • Sysdig - troubleshooting and visibility tool for linux, windows and mac osx with native support for containers technologies
    • Stack Exchange - How to test provisioning and configuration in Ansible setup?
    • Pedro Artino - (2016) Test Driven Infrastructure with Goss
    • Silver Moon - 10 examples of Linux ss command to monitor network connections
    • Silver Moon - 18 commands to monitor network bandwidth on Linux server
    • Daniel Miessler - Security: How To Monitor Your Network Connections
    • Alex Zhitnitsky - (2014) 15 Tools Java Developers Should Use After a Major Release
    • Ben Putano - (2018) Proven Steps to Achieving Deployment Nirvana
    • Ben Putano - (2017) The Top 21 Cloud Monitoring Tools for 2018
    • Matt Watson - (2017) 6 Reasons Cloud Monitoring Is Different Than Server Monitoring
    • Matt Watson - (2017) 15 Metrics for DevOps Success
    • Caitie McCaffrey - (2016) The Verification of a Distributed System | A practitioner's guide to increasing confidence in system correctness
    • OpsStack - [Slides] (2017) Monitoring the SRE Golden Signals | Actually Getting the Metrics from Common Services
    • Charity Majors aka mipsytipsy - (2017) Best Practices for Observability
    • Brendan D. Gregg - [IMG] Linux performance observability tools
    • Alex Dzyoba - (2018) Instrumenting a Go service for Prometheus
    • Daniel Lebrero - (2016) The boy who cried wolf, an IT tale | on the importance of a correct log level

    How does a project get to be one year late? … One day at a time.

    Nginx

    ServiceNow

    Parenting

    • MathPickle - Board Games and Pencil & Paper Games | #1 job for parents: establish a culture of board gaming in the home. Example paper game : * A little bit of Aggression - one of the few essential games for the elementary school classroom.
    • Daniel Miessler - Is It Wrong to Have Children?
    • David Walsh - (2016) Being a Dev Dad
    • Amala Espace Naissance - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] Pleine conscience/Mindfulness
    • Les couilles sur la table - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] (2020) #66 Papa mode d’emploi
    • Les couilles sur la table - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] (2020) #67 Les pères au travail
    • Histoires de Darons - 🇫🇷 [FR] La parole est aux darons ! Tous les premiers et troisièmes lundis de chaque mois, Fabrice FLORENT invite un daron, connu ou anonyme, à raconter son Histoire autour de la paternité.

    Philosophy 💭

    • The Minds Journal - Synchronicity Happens For A Reason — There Are No Accidents And No Coincidences
    • Real News - some Socrates quotes worth the reading
    • Daniel Miessler - Is It Wrong to Have Children?
    • Muriel Lefevre - [FR] 🇫🇷 Stanislav Petrov, l'homme qui sauva le monde en ne faisant rien
    • Farnam Street - (2014) Mistakes — It’s not the Failures that Define us so Much as How We Respond to Them
    • Shan - (2015) Things I hated About Being a Renter for 15 years
    • Zen Sayings - Zen masters say "Don't seek the truth - just drop your opinions" | Zen quotes
    • Morgan Housel - (2017) Skills vs. Behavior
    • ⭐️ Craig Shapiro - (2017) Passionate Goals
    • Morgan Housel - (2018) Ideas That Changed My Life
    • Josh Archer - (2017) Motivation is dangerous | be disciplined
    • Chengeer Lee - (2017) Fuck Motivation!
    • Paul Graham - (2014) Mean People Fail
    • The Knowledge Project - [Podcast] (2017) Ed Latimore on the Secret to a Happy Life
    • Lou Bichard - (2018) Overcoming Programmer Career Obstacles With A Stoic Mindset
    • Hugo Lassiège - (2017) [FR] Le 10ème homme
    • John Cleese - [Video] on Stupidity
    • BrainyQuote - Patience Quotes
    • Béatrice Sutter - [FR] 🇫🇷 (2018) Internet nous rend-il cons ?
    • James Somers - (2019) The three-page paper that shook philosophy : “Is Justified True Belief Knowledge?” : “the Gettier cases”
    • Mark Kingwell - (2019) Why Being Bored Is Good
    • Worse is better - It is the subjective idea that quality does not necessarily increase with functionality—that there is a point where less functionality ("worse") is a preferable option ("better") in terms of practicality and usability. Software that is limited, but simple to use, may be more appealing to the user and market than the reverse.

    Photography

    • Exposure-Mat - build yourself a free light meter that fits in your wallet.
    • Joe L. Wroten - What’s In A Photo?
    • Toolpic - Free Photoshop Online Alternative
    • The Golden Hour Calculator - Sunrise and Sunset information for photographers | a.k.a. what's the best time to take a good picture depending on your location. That's a tip I've learned while preparing my visit to the Neon Museum in Las Vegas
    • La boite verte - 🇫🇷 [FR] Site de découverte sur la photographie, la science, les arts et tout ce qui est insolite.
    • DeepAI - Image Colorization API
    • Marc Chaillou - [FR] 🇫🇷 (2017) Pourquoi il faut éviter de prendre des photos avec son smartphone et privilégier un reflex lorsque l'on veut faire de la qualité.

    Podcasts 📻

    • Player FM - Programming podcasts
    • Player FM - Software Development Podcasts
    • Les Cast Codeurs - [FR] 🇫🇷 podcast for Java programmers
    • LDDM (Les Démons du MIDI) - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Podcast] every month, 2 hours of music from video games Bonus : LDDM sur RadioKawa
    • RadioKawa - [FR] 🇫🇷 lot of good podcasts in video games, music, arts, tv, cinema, culture, and misc.
    • Geekzone - [FR] 🇫🇷 a couple of tasty podcasts for geeks
    • Distorsion Podcast - [FR] 🇫🇷 Urban legends from our digital world | Des histoires étranges de l'ère numérique
    • guipdutra/awesome-geek-podcasts - curated list of likeable podcasts
    • Stack Overflow Blog - listen in on what’s new with the world’s largest developer community.
    • RTBF - La Première - [FR] 🇫🇷 Podcasts de la Première
    • You Are Not So Smart - explore the ways you and everyone else tends to develop an undeserved confidence in human perception, motivation, and behavior. you’ll rediscover a humility and reconnect with the stumbling, fumbling community of man trying to make sense of things the best we can.
    • Le grand Oral - (2017) [FR] 🇫🇷 Le Grand Oral de Luc de Brabandere. A propos du ras le bol des travailleurs, de la place de l'homme dans une société de plus en plus connectée, l'intelligence artificielle vs l'emploi, et le bien être au travail. Bonus : Video
    • Le Bureau des Mystères - [FR] 🇫🇷 creepypasta et légendes urbaines préférées... les mystères de Disneyland
    • Command Line Heroes - podcast about the people who transform technology from the command line up. Presented by Red Hat.
    • ⭐️ Coding Blocks - podcast and website for learning how to become a better software developer, covers a wide variety of programming best practices | the rhythm is sometimes slow
    • Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) - A community podcast, discussing Agile, DevOps & Continuous Delivery
    • Users Known - Podcast on Product Design / UX | What Is Wrong with UX?
    • Software Engineering Radio - The Podcast for Professional Software Developers
    • Software Engineering Radio - (2018) SE-Radio Episode 317: Travis Kimmel on Measuring Software Engineering Productivity
    • Functional Geekery - A podcast on Functional Programming, covering topics across multiple languages
    • ⭐️ Functional Geekery - Functional Geekery Episode 114 – Fred Hébert with introduction to Erlang, productionization as a phase of software, property testing, “Everything is Terrible”, and much more.
    • The Changelog - Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of open source.
    • Ramène Ta Science (alias RTS) - 🇫🇷 [FR] podcast de vulgarisation scientifique de Geekzone
    • The Knowledge Project - Podcast by Shane Parrish to uncover frameworks YOU can use to learn more in less time, make better decisions, and live a happier and more meaningful life.
    • Armon Dadgar - [Podcast] (2017) SE-Radio Episode 311: Armon Dadgar on Secrets Management
    • John Sonmez - (2016) Episode #71: Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual
    • Dacher Keltner - (2018) [Podcast] Survival of the Kindest: Dacher Keltner Reveals the New Rules of Power | how to feel good with simple tricks + learn about high jen behaviors + empathy and positive influences
    • Metalcast - 🤘 Ultimate metal show
    • John Sonmez - (2015) SE Radio Episode 245: John Sonmez on Marketing Yourself and Managing Your Career
    • Security Now! - weekly audio security column & podcast by Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte
    • qit - Search for Tech podcasts by topic
    • The Life Coach School - podcasts by Brooke Castillo
    • Change ma vie - [FR] 🇫🇷 le podcast qui vous donne des outils pour votre esprit. par Clotilde Dusoulier
    • The Life Coach School - [Podcast] Ep #212: Simple Solutions | About the importance of defining the problem and finding its root cause, + other tips
    • Coding Blocks - (2018) [Podcast] Deliberate Practice for Programmers
    • Le Comptoir Sécu - 🇫🇷 [FR] Parlons cybersécurité...autour d'un verre!
    • Podflix - It's Kinda Like Netflix for Podcasts!
    • Blog Histoire - 🇫🇷 [FR] L'Histoire en podcast
    • O11ycast - Exploring the observability side of software development.
    • A Cloud Guru - (2020) [Audio] Operations: Past, Present, and Glorious Future Webinar, with Charity Majors aka mipsytipsy | This session covers the many guises of Ops work, picking the right companies, unexpected ways to apply that expertise, and how to make proactive career decisions that get you where you want to be.
    • Grand bien vous fasse ! - (2021) 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] L'hypersensibilité
    • Amala Espace Naissance - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] Pleine conscience/Mindfulness
    • Les couilles sur la table - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] (2020) #66 Papa mode d’emploi
    • Les couilles sur la table - 🇫🇷 [FR] [Audio] (2020) #67 Les pères au travail
    • Histoires de Darons - 🇫🇷 [FR] La parole est aux darons ! Tous les premiers et troisièmes lundis de chaque mois, Fabrice FLORENT invite un daron, connu ou anonyme, à raconter son Histoire autour de la paternité.

    Prepping

    Privacy

    News

    • /r/encryption - everything about encryption on reddit
    • /r/privacy - everything about privacy on reddit
    • /r/pwned - data breaches, site defacements, rm's, hack logs
    • 🔥 sebsauvage - 🇫🇷 [FR] Liens en vrac de sebsauvage
    • DuckDuckGo - Fix Tracking : how to stop getting tracked on desktop and mobile
    • PrivacyAngel - Better protect your privacy online | Know which data you share for each popular online services.
    • DesGeeksetdeslettres - 🇫🇷 [FR] fournit des outils et des connaissances pour protéger votre vie privée contre la surveillance massive mondiale. Ce blog anime depuis 2009 une communauté florissante d'individus soucieux de la protection de la vie privée et s'informe au jour le jour des nouvelles avancées en matière de protection de vos données en ligne.

    Learn

    • Mo Bitar - Privacy is Power
    • Walker Harrison - The Search for Self: How to obtain and analyze your history of Google searches
    • Fried - introduction guide to online privacy. a bit outdated on some advices
    • Golden Frog - I Am Anonymous When I Use a VPN – 10 Myths Debunked
    • Google - Google' guide : How to keep your stuff secure and private
    • Security in a Box - Digital security tools and tactics with step by step instructions
    • Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols - How to secure Windows 10: The paranoid's guide
    • u/C-Ron - [GUIDE] How to disable data logging in W10.
    • cafai - Tor best practices | Privacy in Digital Era
    • Le Monde.fr - [FR] 🇫🇷 (2013) NSA : un juge américain estime la collecte de données contraire à la Constitution
    • Electronic Frontier Foundation - EFF is working to protect our fundamental rights regardless of technology, to educate the press, policymakers and the general public about civil liberties issues related to technology, and to act as a defender of those liberties.
    • The Battle for Net Neutrality - The Internet is under attack. But we can still win.
    • Georg Szalai - (2015) Google Chairman Eric Schmidt: "The Internet Will Disappear"
    • Gabriel Weinberg - (2018) Why should I use DuckDuckGo instead of Google?
    • Ciro S. Costa - (2018) Creating a simple extension to block websites
    • Carl Chenet - (2017) The Slack Threat | why you may need alternatives to slack
    • JC Brand - (2018) Slack's bait and switch | We all know the real reason Slack has closed off their gateways. Their business model dictates that they should. They're a typical walled garden, information silo or Siren Server
    • Bozhidar Bozhanov - (2017) GDPR – A Practical Guide For Developers
    • Surveillance Self-Defense - (2017) Creating Strong Passwords
    • Sven Slootweg - (2015) Don't use VPN services.

    Because a VPN in this sense is just a glorified proxy. The VPN provider can see all your traffic, and do with it what they want - including logging.

    There is no simple solution to the problem of privacy, because privacy itself is a solution to societal challenges that are in constant flux. If the apparatus of total surveillance that we have described here were deliberate, centralized, and explicit, a Big Brother machine toggling between cameras, it would demand revolt, and we could conceive of a life outside the totalitarian microscope.

    • The Free Software Foundation - (2020) Ethical Tech Giving Guide - Does the gift you're giving your loved ones put someone else in control?
    • Mozilla - (2020) Privacy not included* | Be Smart. Shop Safe. | How creepy is that smart speaker, that fitness tracker, those wireless headphones? We created this guide to help you shop for safe, secure connected products.

    Privacy tools

    • ⭐️ Privacy tools - knowledge, tools & tips to protect your privacy against global mass surveillance. Related : /r/privacytoolsIO/
    • PRISM Break - which alternative softwares help you opting out of global data surveillance programs like PRISM, XKeyscore and Tempora.
    • have i been pwned - Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach
    • have i been pwned - Check if your password may have been compromised in a data breach
    • ⭐️ /r/selfhosted/ - alternatives to popular online services that can be self hosted
    • ⭐️ Kickball/awesome-selfhosted - list of Free Software network services and web applications which can be hosted locally
    • Selfhosted on Slack - community for everything about self-hosted web apps and related technologies
    • Just Delete Me - a directory of direct links to delete your account from web services
    • Just Delete Me - Fake identity generator
    • Tails - Tails is a live system that aims to preserve your privacy and anonymity
    • ProtonMail - an friendly secure email service with built-in e2e encryption and state of the art security features. Based in Switzerland
    • Ernesto Van der Sar - Which VPN Services Keep You Anonymous in 2017?
    • KeeWeb - Free cross-platform password manager compatible with KeePass. can be self hosted
    • Panopticlick - Test : Is your browser safe against tracking?
    • Am I unique - Test : are you unique ? (what your fingerprint reveals about you)
    • ⭐️ Air Mail - temporary email service
    • nBox - fake email service, create as many fake emails you wish for protecting your privacy
    • DuckDuckGo - a search engine that emphasizes protecting searchers' privacy. Related : Suggested search engines by PrivacyTools
    • That One Privacy Guy - That One Privacy Site : a resource for those who value their privacy, with amazing comparisons of existing VPN / Emails services
    • Security in a Box - Digital security tools and tactics with step by step instructions
    • Reset The Net - Privacy Pack : applications for your phone and computer
    • Martin Brinkmann - (2015) The ultimate Online Privacy Test Resource List
    • unv.is - Just put unv.is/ in front of http:// when sharing clickbait articles, unv.is will capture the content of an article or blog post without passing on your visit as a pageview.
    • spammimic - encode your secret message into something innocent looking.
    • johnjago/awesome-ad-free - A curated list of ad-free alternatives to popular services on the Internet.
    • aviaryan/awesome-no-login-web-apps - Web Apps that work without login
    • Terms of Service; Didn't Read - I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. They fix it
    • Mailinator - lets you create unique, disposable inboxes which delete themselves after a few days.
    • ⭐️ BugMeNot - no time to create an account ? try a domain or url and get shared logins
    • Christian Stewart - (2017) Favorite Browser Extensions for Privacy
    • IKnowWhatYouDownload - Detailed statistic for torrent downloads and distributions for your or specific IP address
    • Shodan - Explore the Internet | Discover the Internet using search queries shared by other users. Cams, Webcams, Default passwords...
    • GhostProject - Find leaked passwords. Search by full email address or username
    • Account Killer - Super simple instructions to delete just about any online account or profile, on popular websites / app. Bonus : SiteCheck bookmarklet - it quickly checks if you can easily delete your account, in one click.
    • Webbkoll - How privacy-friendly is your site? An online tool that checks how a website is doing with regards to privacy.
    • De-google-ify Internet - List of alternative services to de-google-ify Internet and many other such services.
    • switching.social - ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to popular sites and apps
    • Sven Taylor - (2019) The complete list of alternatives to all Google products | Parallel universe for the super security conscious
    • Dan Pollock - how to make the internet not suck (as much) | a hosts file to prevent your computer from connecting to selected internet hosts. This is an easy and effective way to protect you from many types of spyware, reduces bandwidth use, blocks certain pop-up traps, prevents user tracking by way of "web bugs" embedded in spam, provides partial protection to IE from certain web-based exploits and blocks most advertising you would otherwise be subjected to on the internet.
    • Yacy - is a free search engine that anyone can use to build a search portal for their intranet or to help search the public internet.
    • aviaryan/awesome-no-login-web-apps - Web Apps that work without login
    • pirate/ArchiveBox - 🗃 The open source self-hosted web archive. Takes browser history/bookmarks/Pocket/Pinboard/etc., saves HTML, JS, PDFs, media, and more... See also : Website
    • oduwsdl/archivenow - A Tool To Push Web Resources Into Web Archives
    • redecentralize/alternative-internet - A collection of interesting networks and technology aiming at re-decentralizing the Internet.
    • ArchiveBox/ArchiveBox - 🗃 The open source self-hosted web archive. ArchiveBox is a powerful self-hosted internet archiving solution written in Python 3. You feed it URLs of pages you want to archive, and it saves them to disk in a variety of formats depending on the configuration and the content it detects.
    • Good Reports - There are alternatives to the toxic Big Tech monopolies, and it's important to make the right choices: both to have a better experience online, and to support the teams making superior tools. Good Reports was started in October 2020 to raise awareness about better online tools.
    • switching.software - Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to well-known software

    Procrastinating 🐖 🐕

    Productivity ⏩

    News

    • Hacker News - last month Tricks
    • Hacker News - last month Tips
    • Hacker News - last month Productivity news
    • The Knowledge Project - [Podcast] Podcast by Shane Parrish to uncover frameworks YOU can use to learn more in less time, make better decisions, and live a happier and more meaningful life.
    • Farnam Street - Articles about productivity

    Learn

    • Urban Dictionary - online dictionary of slang words and phrases
    • Wait But Why - popular long form blog posts by two guys, about everything
    • Standuply - big list of Slack communities
    • ⭐️ Self Improvement on SlideShare - Self Improvement presentations
    • Marc Chernoff - (2013) 7 Shortcuts You Will Regret Taking in Life
    • Daniel Miessler - (2010) How To Decide Who To Friend on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter
    • Daniel Miessler - Lot of concepts summarized by Daniel Miessler
    • Lecture Hunt - find and share best learning material online (How to's, courses, ...)
    • Thoughtbot's playbook - a guide explaining how Thoughtbot build products and run their company
    • WikiSummaries - A listing of free book summaries in English by category and alphabetically.
    • Actionable Books - 1134 business book summaries with personality. Insights you can apply in five minutes.
    • J. B. Rainsberger - Productivity for the Depressed
    • Socratease - A Joyful, Engaging Way to Learn New Things : black holes, quantum mechanics, bitcoins, ...
    • Joël Spolsky - (2000) Designing for People Who Have Better Things To Do With Their Lives
    • David McRaney - (2010) Procrastination
    • David McRaney - (2013) Survivorship Bias
    • Michael Lynch - (2017) The Perils of Outsourcing Your MVP
    • Maura Thomas - (2017) Your Team’s Time Management Problem Might Be a Focus Problem
    • Amar Singh - (2017) You’re working in the wrong place. (if you’re working in an open office)
    • Logan Mayville - (2018) How Being Busy Kills Productivity
    • Jory MacKay - (2018) Productivity in 2017: What we learned from analyzing 225 million hours of work time
    • Nikola Tore - (2017) How employee wellness affects productivity: four fundamental pillars
    • Nikola Tore - (2017) Job-hopping makes millennials better hires
    • ⭐️ Gregg Caines - (2014) In Defence of the Office
    • Sami Honkonen - (2011) The Responsibility Process
    • Matt Cutts - (2015) Matt Cutts: 10 Lessons Learned From The Early Days Of Google
    • Farnam Street - (2017) The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals
    • Morgan Housel - (2017) Solving Hard Problems With Simple Ideas
    • Morgan Housel - (2017) The Full Reset | understand the power of starting clean
    • Kunal Shandilya - (2017) What Happens When You Stop Trying?
    • Mehdi Cherti - (2017) Improving my productivity using Pomodoro: takeaways after 2 years of practice
    • Vincent Bevins - (2017) Productivity is dangerous | You know who else was productive?
    • Posture Desk - (2017) How many hours a day do you think we sit? Don't feel like sitting? We have a desk for that view
    • Natalie Mendes - (2017) How do emotions affect productivity? [New research]
    • Scott Santens - (2017) Why we should all have a basic income
    • Srinivas Rao - (2018) Professionals vs Amateurs

    When we are amateurs our life was about drama, denial, and distraction — Steven Pressfield

    • The XY problem - (2014) is asking about your attempted solution rather than your actual problem. This leads to enormous amounts of wasted time and energy, both on the part of people asking for help, and on the part of those providing help.
    • Matthew Yglesias - (2014) The case against time zones: They're impractical & outdated
    • Mark Johnson - (2018) How I Launched Six Side Projects in 2017
    • Gary Klein - (2007) Performing a Project Premortem
    • Dr. Travis Bradberry - (2014) Multitasking Damages Your Brain And Career, New Studies Suggest
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) The Dark Side of Goal-Setting | when we goals are too many, too specific or too short-terms
    • Matt Stauffer - (2016) Why I wrote my book with O'Reilly
    • Quora - (2014) What is publishing a book with O'Reilly Media like?
    • Blake Gossard - (2018) The Importance of Getting Distracted | The pervasive message of “stay focused for success” is wrong

    curiosity and broad inquiry are necessarily incompatible with focus on specific goals.

    • John Mashni - (2018) If You Don’t Eliminate This Habit, You Will Never Grow | I had to stop doing this to finally start being consistent.
    • Isaac Park - (2017) Founder Problem: I’m The Reason My Startup Doesn’t Grow
    • Joshua Kerievsky - (2017) The Day We Stopped Sprinting

    Our new approach felt more natural and we became more responsive to our customer's needs. We spent less time trying to predict how much work we could get done in a rigid time box, and instead allowed ourselves to work on items that ranged from a few hours to a few days.

    1. Work Less, Sleep More
    2. Work Less, Meditate More
    3. Work Less, Nap More
    4. Work Less, Exercise More
    5. Work Less, Take More Breaks
    • Farnam Street - (2015) Learning How to Think: The Skill No One Taught You

    Multitasking, in short, is not only not thinking, it impairs your ability to think. Thinking means concentrating on one thing long enough to develop an idea about it. Developing your own ideas. In short, thinking for yourself. You simply cannot do that in bursts of 20 seconds at a time, constantly interrupted by Facebook messages or Twitter tweets, or fiddling with your iPod, or watching something on YouTube. It’s only by concentrating, sticking to the question, being patient, letting all the parts of my mind come into play, that I arrive at an original idea.

    A proper treatment of the human element requires the human to be the focus

    • Ian Miell - (2018) Why Are Enterprises So Slow?
    • Patrick Louis - (2019) Time On The Internet
    • Abbreviations.com - The Web's largest and most authoritative acronyms and abbreviations resource
    • Alan Franzoni - (2018) Productivity, the office, and the open floor plan
    • James Somers - (2015) Speed matters: Why working quickly is more important than it seems
    • the only way to learn to do something fast is by doing it lots of times.
    • because you blog slowly, you’re liable to continue blogging slowly—simply because the only way to learn to do something fast is by doing it lots of times.
    • Loris Cro - (2019) I Want Simple, Not Just Easy

    You've surely read plenty about how simple is good, but what's wrong with easy?

    • trimstray/the-book-of-secret-knowledge - A collection of inspiring lists, manuals, cheatsheets, blogs, hacks, one-liners, cli/web tools and more.
    • Jason Fried - (2016) Status meetings are the scourge.
    • Fadeke Adegbuyi - (2019) Deep Work: The Complete Guide (including a step-by-step checklist)
    • Andy Johns - (2019) Why Standups are Useless and How to Run Great Product Team Meetings
    • Seth Godin - (2019) Busy is not the point

    We’re supposed to give you a pass because you were full on, all day. Frantically moving from one thing to the other, never pausing to catch your breath, and now you’re exhausted. Points for successful prioritization. Points for efficiency and productivity. Points for doing work that matters. No points for busy.

    Productivity tips

    • What do I want to achieve?
    • What are my obstacles?
    • Who has solved this already?
    • Anthony Panozzo - (2016) How to Actually Publish More Things
    • Kévin Rocher - (2013) [FR] 🇫🇷 Comment tirer le meilleur parti de votre journée // Productivité, Habitudes & Motivation
    • MorganGeek - (2014) [FR] 🇫🇷 La sélection naturelle de contenus
    • Mike Davidson - [IMG] Wisdom : A prototype is worth a thousand meetings
    • Jeff Atwood - (2014) Because Reading is Fundamental / spend less time talking and more time reading
    • Mike Veerman - Simple is the opposite of easy
    • Luis Mizutani - Slicing your development work as a multi-layer cake
    • Shubhro Saha - (2017) Two sentences for better meetings
    • Scott Hanselman - (2012) [Video] Scaling Yourself / productivity for professionals
    • Ken Krogue - A Checklist For Great Presentations
    • d2s/knowledge - curated list of resources about productivity
    • Daniel Doubrovkine - (2015) Connecting People to Enable Magic
    • MetEdge - [IMG] Successful vs Unsuccessful People
    • Robert Ecker - (2017) Give Up Perfection!
    • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2017) Staying focused: it’s not just your environment
    • Agnès Crepet - (2017) Don't say that you don't have enough time
    • Nathan Kontny - (2017) How Do You Focus? Especially when you have a lot to do
    • Benjamin P. Hardy - (2017) This 10-Minute Routine Will Increase Your Clarity And Creativity
    • Jeff Goins - (2017) I’m not busy, I’m just focused
    • Kim Roach - (2015) 101 Ways to Promote Your Next Blog Post
    • Erlend Hamberg - (2012) GTD in 15 minutes – A Easy, Pragmatic Guide to Getting Things Done
    • Sean Quinn - (2010) Use a Weekly Review List to Stay a Step Ahead This Semester
    • Peter G. Klein - (2010) How to Read an Academic Article
    • Timo Van Neerden - (2015) [FR] 🇫🇷 Comment partager facilement un mot de passe Wi-Fi?
    • Tom M. Sittler - (2017) Fighting the evil influence of Facebook (but keeping the good bits): a manifesto and how-to guide
    • Kuba Niechcial - (2018) Assume good intent
    • Nate Hoffelder - (2015) How to Download Your Kindle Notes and Highlights and Export Them
    • Markus Harrer - (2017) Extreme Reduction | how to fit the whole learning subject of one class into a half a dozen tweets. Bonus : see also bulimic learning and Cramming
    • Laura Klein - (2016) Good Enough | You don't know what "perfect" means.
    • Kate Matsudaira - (2016) Delegation as Art | Be someone who makes everyone else better.
    • Yan-David Erlich - [Slides] (2017) Six page cheat-sheet for the book Never Split the Difference, by Chris Voss
    • Daniel Markovitz - (2012) To-Do Lists Don’t Work
    • Greg Williams - (2017) Diagrams as Software Documentation – When a Picture Says it Best
    • John Cutler - (2017) Work Smaller (Even If It Makes No Sense)
    • Busten Benson - (2014) 10 Principles to Live an Antifragile Life
    • Daniel Walsh - (2018) Ten Overlooked Metrics
    • John Cutler - (2017) Faster. Faster. Faster.
    • Amy Blais - (2017) 27 things enterprises can learn from startups to increase productivity
    • ⭐️ Craig Shapiro - (2017) Passionate Goals
    • Morgan Housel - (2017) The Best Simple Business Models

    The three best business models: Make boring things exciting. Make complicated things simple. Make intimidating things painless.

    • Morgan Housel - (2018) Ideas That Changed My Life
    • Josh Archer - (2017) Motivation is dangerous | be disciplined
    • Chengeer Lee - (2017) Fuck Motivation!
    • Ask HN - Ask HN: Time Management Tricks and Tips
    • Chris Mague - (2017) Things you need to know about giving tech talks
    • Amy M Haddad - (2017) Effective Tips for Working Remotely
    • Zdravko Cvijetic - (2018) Two Principles That Will Help You Form Any Habit
    • Dinnie Muslihat - (2018) How the simple checklist can improve your productivity | A tool to help you accomplish more things in your day
    • Eric Steven Raymond, Rick Moen - (2001) How To Ask Questions The Smart Way
    • Kristen Bahler - (2018) What Your LinkedIn Profile Should Look Like in 2018
    • Richard Rusczyk - (2015) Stop Making Stupid Mistakes | developing good habits and organizing your work.
    • Tim Ottinger - (2017) Make People Awesome through Real Work
    • Tim Ottinger - (2015) Over-Starting and Under-Finishing | Too Much Starting?
    • Ward Cunningham - (2014) Analyzing Xp With Options Pricing | in XP, you should consider the Option to abandon, option to switch, option to defer investment and take advantage of possible future opportunity
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) The What-The-Hell Effect | Goal-setting can be a handy way of improving performance, except when we fall foul of a nasty little side-effect.

    the what-the-hell effect can be avoided by having longer-term goals and transforming inhibitional goals into acquisitional goals. e.g : Procrastinators can forget about their idling and concentrate on producing a certain amount of work each day

    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) Why You Should Keep Your Goals Secret | Making a public commitment to your goals reduces motivation. the next time you read this widespread advice about publicly committing to a personal goal, ignore it.
    • Tisha x - (2017) Silent Successes: Stop Sharing Your Goals!
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2008) Getting Big Projects Done: Balancing Task-Focus with Goal-Focus | keep the ultimate goal in mind, focus to succeeding on the individual task, ...
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) How to Commit to a Goal | Reality check (Indulge, Dwell, Contrast)

    People have a natural tendency to avoid decisions, preferring to stay in a fantasy land where the chance of failure is zero.

    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) How to Avoid Being Distracted From Your Goals | Specific plans free the mind

    Making plans helps free up mental space for whatever we are doing right now, allowing us to be more efficient in the long term.

    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2009) How to Avoid Procrastination: Think Concrete | focus on task's details and use self-imposed deadlines. While working on it : keep the ultimate, abstract goal in mind. When it's hard, stay focused on details, when it get easier : choose a more abstract, goal focus
    • TalAter/awesome-book-authoring - A collection of awesome resources for technical book authors
    • Thomas Frank - (2017) How to Use the Feynman Technique to Learn Faster (With Examples)
    • Xiao Ma - (2015) Code • Life | We are already doing these things to our code, why not do them to ourselves?
    • Matthieu Lesne aka coreight - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2016) Les bonnes habitudes de développeurs à appliquer dans sa vie quotidienne
    • Matthieu Lesne aka coreight - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2016) 20 erreurs idiotes que nous faisons tous avec nos boîtes mail
    • Matthieu Lesne aka coreight - 🇫🇷 [FR] (2016) 10 fonctions pratiques à utiliser avec les commandes vocales
    • Jacquelyn Smith - (2012) How To Ignore Distractions In The Workplace
    • Anjida Sripongworakul - (2016) If I could tell you one thing…lessons in how to create and how to succeed
    • Jo Meenen - The ONE Thing Book Summary
    • Graphviz Docs - color names for graphviz, plantuml, etc...
    • Michele Lim - (2018) The 7 hacks of highly successful automation
    • Hampus Jakobsson - (2018) How to get things done and not die
    • Sam Altman - (2018) How to Avoid Distractions and Start the Right Company: Startup Tips from Sam Altman
    • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2018) Staying focused, the productive way
    • Graphviz Docs - Node, Edge and Graph Attributes
    • Gordon Brander - Patterns : "This is my bag of tricks — loose notes, design patterns, rules-of-thumb, methods of enquiry, tools, cheatsheets, gimmicks, leverage points, descriptions of systems, key questions, risks, and unknowns."
    • Ted Dziuba - (2011) Who Needs Process?

    Get rid of your prioritized list of tasks. Stop having your daily stand-ups. No more status report e-mails. Just stop doing that stuff, and get rid of anyone who can't cope. Nothing terrible will happen.

    • Bernie Ferguson - (2017) How to manage meetings like an expert facilitator
    • Jo Meenen - Switch Book Summary | How to Change Things When Change Is Hard | good tips here
    • Jo Meenen - 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People Summary
    • Rich Archbold - (2018) Run less software
    1. Choose standard technology 2. Outsource Undifferentiated Heavy Lifting 3. Create enduring competitive advantage
    • Mayo Oshin - (2018) The Ivy Lee Method: A 100-year old Routine for Stress-Free Productivity
    1. Clearly define your vision, goals and objectives for your life, business, health etc.
    2. Write down the six most important tasks for each
    3. Rank and prioritize these six tasks in order of importance.
    4. Each morning, begin with most important task on the list, once you're done, go to the next
    5. Work your way through the six tasks. If at the end of the day you don’t finish a task, move it to the new list of six tasks for the following day.
    6. Rinse and repeat this process every day.
    • Itamar Turner-Trauring - (2018) There’s always more work to do—but you still don’t need to work long hours

    Whenever you feel yourself with too much work to do, go back and apply these principles: underpromise, limit your own time, prioritize ruthlessly. With practice you’ll learn how to deliver the results that really matter—without working long hours.

    don’t stress too much about getting stuff done, it’s fine if you do things at your own pace

    • productivity in the wrong direction isn’t worth anything at all. Think more about what to work on.
    • Don’t neglect your family and friends for the sake of productivity
    • it’s good to overcommit a little bit. However, overcommitting a lot is disastrous.
    • Alex Naoumidis - (2018) Elon Musk reveals his productivity rules in a letter he sent to Tesla employees
    • Get of all large meetings, unless you’re certain they are providing value to the whole audience, in which case keep them very short.
    • Also get rid of frequent meetings
    • Walk out of a meeting or drop off a call as soon as it is obvious you aren’t adding value.
    • Don’t use acronyms or nonsense words for objects
    • Communication should travel via the shortest path necessary to get the job done
    • A major source of issues is poor communication between depts. The way to solve this is allow free flow of information between all levels
    • If following a “company rule” is obviously ridiculous in a particular situation, such that it would make for a great Dilbert cartoon, then the rule should change.
    • Farnam Street - (2017) How to Remember What You Read
    • Farnam Street - (2018) Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (109 Models Explained)
    • wikiHow - (2018) How to Make a QR Code to Share Your WiFi Password
    • Greg Kamradt - (2018) How awesome people have taught me to make things happen
    • kitty - the fast, featureful, GPU based terminal emulator, designed for power keyboard users
    • Mike Jarvis - (2018) How to Save a Fortune On Cloud Infrastructure
    • Farnam Street - A Helpful Guide to Reading Better 📚
    • David R. MacIver - (2013) How to quickly become effective when joining a new company
    • Bazyli Brzóska - (2013) On organizing projects and files | TLDR : we shoudl use tags and we need more tools supporting them
    • Gmail Help - (2013) Search operators you can use with Gmail | You can use words or symbols called search operators to filter your Gmail search results. You can also combine operators to filter your results even more.
    • Gmail Help - (2013) Keyboard shortcuts for Gmail | save yourself hours/days every year
    • Scott Tousley - (2019) The 33 Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts That Save Me 60 Hours Per Year
    • Marie Prokopets - (2019) 11 Best Practices for Working Remotely
    • Julia Evans - (2019) Get your work recognized: write a brag document
    • Kristijan Ristovski aka Kitze - (2018) You’re either a Zero or a One

    99% of the time, we get attached to the decimals and we get lost.

    • Farnam Street - (2018) The Decision Matrix: How to Prioritize What Matters
    • Josh Spector - (2019) You Don’t Have A Time Management Problem — You Just Think You Do
    1. The more effort you put into becoming productive, the less productive you will feel It turns out one of the best ways to manage your time is to stop obsessing about how to better manage your time.
    2. You have enough time — you just have too much you want to do. Let’s get Zen for a moment. It sounds cliche, but your time management goal shouldn’t be to figure out how to do more, but instead to figure out how to want less.
    3. It’s not a productivity problem, it’s an emotional one. If you feel in control of your time, you’re significantly less likely to feel time pressure than if your time feels out of your control— even if you have the exact same amount of things to do.
    • You are moving too fast. Overwhelmed with everything, good or bad, happening around.
    • Life is too short (really) to zoom past it.
    • People who survive (and grow) are the ones who stay in the moment, concentrate and strive to deliver their best.
    • Quality never comes from rushing through things.
    • Just because you can do so many things doesn’t mean you should attempt all of them.
    • Rushing too fast through these is a risk, it is a killer. You never savor the moment, be in the present and enjoy the process. You end up ‘doing’ so much that there is no time to ‘ruminate’
    • Nancy Lovering - (2013) How to Be More Productive at Work if You're a Perfectionist
    1. Measure progress instead of perfection. While quality is of utmost importance and should not be disregarded in favor of expedited task completion, finding a balance between getting it right and getting it done will allow you to be more productive.
    2. Recognize how perfectionism can actually reduce the quality of your work when it leads to procrastination. A common pitfall of perfectionists, procrastination leaves you with inadequate project completion time to get the results you are truly capable of.
    3. Stop comparing yourself to other employees. The urge to be competitive can enhance perfectionist tendencies.
    4. Consider what the company requires from you, rather than what you want to see from yourself. Task completion is critical to business workflow, and what your inner perfectionist sees as substandard work may actually be within the acceptable range to meet business needs.
    • Logan Mayville - (2018) How Being Busy Kills Productivity | How doing less can help you be more productive
    • Focus on a single strategy
    • Focus on results; not time
    • Improve systems
    • The minute you start walking down a path toward a yak shaving party, it’s worth making a compromise. Doing it well now is much better than doing it perfectly later.
    • Nicholas Bate - (2021) Seven Productivity Boosters in a Covid-19 World
    • Every 45 minutes, take 5 minutes. Stand, stretch, sip water, look out of a window at the horizon and ask what's really important at this moment?
    • Control what you can: your mood, where you place your attention (see 1) and the accessibility of distractions.
    • Sort out and invest in the home office. It’s permanent.
    • Have a flight-deck: one place, one view, one perspective of what you need to focus on. This is not your in-box. Unsure? Read You, Only Better.
    • Slow down enough that you can recognise the tantalisingly seductive but perspective destroying, energy depleting and soul withering nature of the blisteringly urgent, but actually not at all important.
    • Say 'no'. Say it constructively. Say it nicely. Say it helpfully. But say 'no'.
    • Do a few things totally brilliantly every day. And feel very productive.
    • It turns out that we don’t need an abundance of caution. We need appropriate caution. They’re different things. Abundant caution is wasted.
    • Please don’t avoid appropriate caution. It matters to you and to the community. But seeking reassurance and peace of mind by trying to drive risk to zero doesn’t get you either one of them.
    • Mike Crittenden - (2021) The art of booking a meeting just to force you to do a thing

    Productivity tools

    • Chris Barber/ToolsOfTheTrade - Tools of The Trade, from Hacker News.
    • ⭐️ BugMeNot - no time to create an account ? try a domain or url and get shared logins
    • Calvin Cheng - AwesomeSearch : find awesome lists more quickly.
    • ⭐️ sindresorhus/awesome - Curated list of awesome lists
    • Alexander Bayandin/awesome-awesomeness - A curated list of awesome awesomeness
    • Adam Pritchard/markdown-here - Markdown Cheatsheet
    • CommonMark - syntax reference for CommonMark, a rationalized version of Markdown syntax
    • CommonMark - Try CommonMark / CommonMark Demo
    • /r/dailyscripts - late-night hacks lazy people made when too annoyed by a task's length or difficulty
    • /r/coolgithubprojects - Keep track of new cool github projects
    • Next Chess Move - Calculate the best next Chess move
    • Fost Plus - Together good sorting, better recycling : Enter your packaging below and find out whether it belongs to. French version
    • PortForward - Router Screenshots Listed by Manufacturer
    • IANA - Service Name and Transport Protocol Port Number Registry
    • IANA - Root Zone Database
    • PortForward - Port Forwarding Ports List
    • MorganGeek - Inbox by Google search tricks
    • Robert Zak - some useful chrome flags for a better UX in Google Chrome
    • Karrar Haider - Use chrome flags to enable offline mode in Google Chrome
    • wikiHow - How to Backup and Restore Google Chrome's Entire Settings
    • Summaread - Millions of articles summarized daily
    • Bash One-Liners - Bash one-liners, and best practices in Bash shell scripting
    • Unshorten.It - Unshorten that URL!
    • Popurls - Mother of news aggregators - aggregate news from most popular internet front pages
    • Twoogle - Search tweets in realtime
    • ⭐️ Linguee - online dictionary + search engine for translated sentences from the world wide web
    • A random quote - Short summaries of books / Great books summarized in 5 quotes or less
    • dswd/zVault - a highly efficient deduplicating backup solution
    • Sepastop - [FR] 🇫🇷 resiliate your affiliation to all kinds of products and services
    • chaconnewu/awesome-augmented - curated list of awesome lists
    • Proxy Switchy! - a chrome extension to switch between multiple proxies, quick & easy
    • @Voice Aloud Reader - this Android app let you listen to or read on screen the text from other Android apps, e.g. web pages, news articles, long emails, TXT, PDF, DOC, DOCX, RTF ... useful to do multitasking specialists !!
    • MorganGeek - [FR] 🇫🇷 FileBot : le couteau suisse du renommage de films et séries
    • Things I Learned Today - (2013) Too Many Tabs in Google Chrome? try this extension
    • FreshRSS - A free, self-hostable aggregator… probably the best! (in their opinion, and mine also :) ). I tested many free self hosted RSS readers, and by far this is the one I recommend the most for its flexibility and numerous options
    • Alex Calderon - (2014) [IMG] Are You a Boss or a Leader ?
    • Stéphane le calme - (2014) [FR] 🇫🇷 Des retards dans les délais de livraison d'un projet ? Oui, mais à qui la faute ?
    • dupeGuru - is a tool to find duplicate files on your computer.
    • Blueprint - a config mgmt tool that reverse-engineers servers by figuring out what you've done manually, commit them to git + generates code that can replicate your efforts
    • weightshift/The-Personal-Page - simple one-page website that presents your portrait and some description text in a nicely-formatted manner.
    • Listly - Fully-automated Web Scraping. HTML to Excel in seconds : Paste URL, Get Excel.
    • Free Summarizer - Summarize any text Copy and paste your loooong text (even a copy of a book)
    • ty-/spec-style-guide - some best practices for writing markdown based specifications to be printable by gitprint.com and pandoc
    • aviaryan/awesome-no-login-web-apps - Web Apps that work without login
    • Terms of Service; Didn't Read - I have read and agree to the Terms” is the biggest lie on the web. They fix it
    • Send to Kindle - extension for Google Chrome, for sending web content (articles, blog posts) to your Kindle device in one click
    • Julia Verification Toolset - Research / Investigation tools
    • Gabriel Weinberg - (2018) Why should I use DuckDuckGo instead of Google?
    • One on One Meeting Template - a template to support you while leading one on one meetings.
    • Savvy Time - ET to CET Converter | Convert hours and time in different locations
    • Courseroot - Review the best online courses on the internet in one place
    • Ciro S. Costa - (2018) How to publish a blog using AWS
    • ACM Queue - studies on Software, DevOps, Computing Machinery ...
    • Jerome Kehrli - (2017) Periodic Table of Agile Principles and Practices
    • Farnam Street - Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (113 Models Explained) | How do you think the most rational people in the world operate their minds? How do they make better decisions?
    • Culture Codes - Employee Handbox Examples | A collection of company handbooks, employee manuals, and more from real companies.
    • GSMArena.com - mobile phone reviews, news, specifications and more...
    • ⭐️ sferik/t - A command-line power tool for Twitter
    • Samuel Hulick - (2016) Slack, I’m Breaking Up with You
    • Daichi - (2017) Boost your productivity using Markdown.
    • What the Hell Should I Watch on Netflix? - Your First World problems are over.
    • Carla King - (2014) 6 Great Self-Publishing Tools for Small Press and Author Co-Ops
    • Alex Efros - AsciiDoc cheatsheet
    • ThoughtWorks - How to build your ThoughtWorks Radar
    • WikiDiff - display difference between two terms, using wikipedia definition. Useful when answering online tests
    • bacook17/acronym - ACRONYM (Acronym CReatiON for You and Me) | A python-based tool for creating English-ish Acronyms from your fancy project
    • r/personalfinance/tools - Personal Finance Tools : Redditor-created Spreadsheets
    • lusarz/jira-node-cli - JIRA command line interface written in NodeJS
    • Maxime Blondel - (2018) 🇫🇷 [FR] (2018) 100 outils pour lancer sa startup sans développeur ni graphiste (et presque sans argent)
    • Guesstimate - free models and tools for modeling things that aren't certain. You can forecast your earnings from a new venture, predict the amount of time completing a big project will take, or experiment with scientific theories. People have used it to optimize video games, understand lottery payoffs, and estimate the costs of childcare.
    • Dan Pollock - how to make the internet not suck (as much) | a hosts file to prevent your computer from connecting to selected internet hosts. This is an easy and effective way to protect you from many types of spyware, reduces bandwidth use, blocks certain pop-up traps, prevents user tracking by way of "web bugs" embedded in spam, provides partial protection to IE from certain web-based exploits and blocks most advertising you would otherwise be subjected to on the internet.
    • TLDR This! - Automatically summarize any article, text, document, webpage or essay in a click. | also available as browser extension for Chrome and FireFox
    • myNoise - Background Noises & Interactive Soundscapes
    • A Soft Murmur - Ambient sounds to wash away distraction.
    • Noisli - Improve focus and boost your productivity | Mix different sounds and create your perfect environment.
    • Skitch - Skitch is a screen capture app including the ability to annotate a screenshot with arrows, text, shapes, and stamps.
    • trimstray/the-book-of-secret-knowledge - A collection of inspiring lists, manuals, cheatsheets, blogs, hacks, one-liners, cli/web tools and more.
    • joshuathompson/baton - CLI to manage Spotify playback | You are using Spotify and would love to use it via terminal / CLI tools ? try baton ;-)
    • musicForProgramming - Music possessing these qualities can often provide just the right amount of interest to occupy the parts of your brain that would otherwise be left free to wander and lead to distraction during your work.
    • command-not-found.com - Install any command on any operating system.
    • World Clock Meeting Planner - Need to make a call to someone far away or arrange a web or video conference across different time zones? Find the best time across time zones with this Meeting Planner.
    • KopywritingKourse - Event Name Generator
    • pre-commit/pre-commit - A framework for managing and maintaining multi-language pre-commit hooks.
    • ⭐️ VimAwesome - Awesome Vim Plugins from Accross the universe
    • twpayne/chezmoi - Manage your dotfiles across multiple machines, securely. | I'm using it for a while, it's a powerful and fast tool for managing dotfiles, easy to use, transparent and secure, with support of Bitwarden, Vault, pass, LastPass, 1Password, gopass, Keepass, GnuPG, Keychain etc.
    • Horia Coman - (2020) Jupiter Dev Log 3 - Lint All The Things

    Podcasts 📻

    • Player FM - Programming podcasts
    • Player FM - Software Development Podcasts
    • Les Cast Codeurs - [FR] 🇫🇷 podcast for Java programmers
    • LDDM (Les Démons du MIDI) - [FR] 🇫🇷 [Podcast] every month, 2 hours of music from video games Bonus : LDDM sur RadioKawa
    • RadioKawa - [FR] 🇫🇷 lot of good podcasts in video games, music, arts, tv, cinema, culture, and misc.
    • Geekzone - [FR] 🇫🇷 a couple of tasty podcasts for geeks
    • Distorsion Podcast - [FR] 🇫🇷 Urban legends from our digital world | Des histoires étranges de l'ère numérique
    • guipdutra/awesome-geek-podcasts - curated list of likeable podcasts
    • Stack Overflow Blog - listen in on what’s new with the world’s largest developer community.
    • RTBF - La Première - [FR] 🇫🇷 Podcasts de la Première
    • You Are Not So Smart - explore the ways you and everyone else tends to develop an undeserved confidence in human perception, motivation, and behavior. you’ll rediscover a humility and reconnect with the stumbling, fumbling community of man trying to make sense of things the best we can.
    • Le grand Oral - (2017) [FR] 🇫🇷 Le Grand Oral de Luc de Brabandere. A propos du ras le bol des travailleurs, de la place de l'homme dans une société de plus en plus connectée, l'intelligence artificielle vs l'emploi, et le bien être au travail. Bonus : Video
    • Le Bureau des Mystères - [FR] 🇫🇷 creepypasta et légendes urbaines préférées... les mystères de Disneyland
    • Command Line Heroes - podcast about the people who transform technology from the command line up. Presented by Red Hat.
    • ⭐️ Coding Blocks - podcast and website for learning how to become a better software developer, covers a wide variety of programming best practices | the rhythm is sometimes slow
    • Continuous Discussions (#c9d9) - A community podcast, discussing Agile, DevOps & Continuous Delivery
    • Users Known - Podcast on Product Design / UX | What Is Wrong with UX?
    • Software Engineering Radio - The Podcast for Professional Software Developers
    • Software Engineering Radio - (2018) SE-Radio Episode 317: Travis Kimmel on Measuring Software Engineering Productivity
    • Functional Geekery - A podcast on Functional Programming, covering topics across multiple languages
    • ⭐️ Functional Geekery - Functional Geekery Episode 114 – Fred Hébert with introduction to Erlang, productionization as a phase of software, property testing, “Everything is Terrible”, and much more.
    • The Changelog - Conversations with the hackers, leaders, and innovators of open source.
    • Ramène Ta Science (alias RTS) - 🇫🇷 [FR] podcast de vulgarisation scientifique de Geekzone
    • The Knowledge Project - Podcast by Shane Parrish to uncover frameworks YOU can use to learn more in less time, make better decisions, and live a happier and more meaningful life.
    • Armon Dadgar - [Podcast] (2017) SE-Radio Episode 311: Armon Dadgar on Secrets Management
    • John Sonmez - (2016) Episode #71: Soft Skills: The software developer's life manual
    • Dacher Keltner - (2018) [Podcast] Survival of the Kindest: Dacher Keltner Reveals the New Rules of Power | how to feel good with simple tricks + learn about high jen behaviors + empathy and positive influences
    • Metalcast - 🤘 Ultimate metal show
    • John Sonmez - (2015) SE Radio Episode 245: John Sonmez on Marketing Yourself and Managing Your Career
    • Security Now! - weekly audio security column & podcast by Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte
    • qit - Search for Tech podcasts by topic
    • The Life Coach School - podcasts by Brooke Castillo
    • Change ma vie - [FR] 🇫🇷 le podcast qui vous donne des outils pour votre esprit. par Clotilde Dusoulier
    • The Life Coach School - [Podcast] Ep #212: Simple Solutions | About the importance of defining the problem and finding its root cause, + other tips
    • Coding Blocks - (2018) [Podcast] Deliberate Practice for Programmers
    • Le Comptoir Sécu - 🇫🇷 [FR] Parlons cybersécurité...autour d'un verre!
    • Podflix - It's Kinda Like Netflix for Podcasts!
    • Blog Histoire - 🇫🇷 [FR] L'Histoire en podcast
    • O11ycast - Exploring the observability side of software development.

    Psychology 💭

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    • 16Personalities - Music Preferences by Personality Type
    • Carl Golden - The 12 Different Personality Archetypes
    • College Match Up - Best jobs for your personality type
    • 16Personalities - Neris Type explorer : Free Personality Test
    • 16Personalities - INFP personality "The Mediator"
    • MBTI - INFP "The Idealist"
    • MBTI - [FR] 🇫🇷 INFP et travail selon Myers-Briggs. Related : SenCampus - [FR] 🇫🇷 Personnalité : le type INFP, SenCampus - [FR] 🇫🇷 Personnalité : le type INFJ
    • MBTI - Portrait of an ISFJ
    • TruthTheory - (2017) 16 Things You’ll Notice When You’re In The Presence Of An Empath
    • Leo Babauta - How to Be Happy When You’re in an Unhappy Situation
    • Leo Babauta - How to Love Your Dark Side
    • Luke Miller - (2017) 5 Reasons INFJ Personality Type Is So Hard To Understand
    • LTO - LTO (Lewis Temperament Order) Personality Types
    • LTO - LTO Personality History
    • Curiosophy - (2014) MBTI in a nutshell
    • Open Source Psychometrics Project - a collection of interactive personality tests with detailed results
    • College Match Up - Best Jobs for Your Personality Type
    • Business Insider - [IMG] The Best Jobs for Every Personality Type
    • Pinterest - Art and Pictures about psychology of color
    • Pinterest - Art and Pictures about MBTI types.
    • Pinterest - More Art and Pictures about MBTI Types
    • Pinterest - More Art and Pictures about MBTI Types
    • Pinterest - Art and Pictures about Zodiac Signs
    • Pinterest - Art and Pictures about MBTI / Zodiac Signs
    • 16Personalities - [FR] 🇫🇷 La personnalité "Défenseur" (ISFJ-A / ISFJ-T)
    • 16Personalities - [FR] 🇫🇷 La personnalité "Avocat" (INFJ-A / INFJ-T)
    • Psychologie-luxeuil - [FR] 🇫🇷 what dying people regret the most in their life / les 5 grands regrets des mourants
    • v2-dev/awesome-social-engineering - list of awesome social engineering resources
    • Jeff Goins - (2017) The Single Most Overlooked Secret To Influencing Other People
    • You Are Not So Smart - explore the ways you and everyone else tends to develop an undeserved confidence in human perception, motivation, and behavior. you’ll rediscover a humility and reconnect with the stumbling, fumbling community of man trying to make sense of things the best we can. The central theme of You Are Not So Smart is that you are unaware of how unaware you are.
    • David McRaney - (2010) Confirmation Bias
    • David McRaney - (2010) Fanboyism and Brand Loyalty
    • David McRaney - (2010) Coffee stimulation or addiction ? ☕️
    • Kyungsub Steve Choi - (2006) [PDF] An Analysis of Computing Major Students’ Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Distribution
    • Changing minds - 5W1H - A simple set of question framings
    • Changing minds - Socratic Questioning
    • Sami Honkonen - (2011) The Responsibility Process
    • Curse of knowledge - a cognitive bias that occurs when someone assumes that the others have the same background to understand.
    • Charles Chu - (2017) Our clothes can change who we are
    • Yan-David Erlich - [Slides] (2017) Six page cheat-sheet for the book Never Split the Difference, by Chris Voss
    • Farnam Street - Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (113 Models Explained) | How do you think the most rational people in the world operate their minds? How do they make better decisions?
    • Farnam Street - (2014) Mistakes — It’s not the Failures that Define us so Much as How We Respond to Them
    • Morgan Housel - (2017) Conflicting Skill Sets
    • Josh Archer - (2017) Motivation is dangerous | be disciplined
    • Chengeer Lee - (2017) Fuck Motivation!
    • Kunal Shandilya - (2017) What Happens When You Stop Trying?
    • umair haque - (2017) The Dopamine Economy
    • Tiffanie Wen - (2017) The tricks to make yourself effortlessly charming
    • Natalie Mendes - (2017) How do emotions affect productivity? [New research]
    • Zdravko Cvijetic - (2018) Two Principles That Will Help You Form Any Habit
    • Zeigarnik effect - people remember uncompleted or interrupted tasks better than completed tasks
    • Dr. Travis Bradberry - (2014) Multitasking Damages Your Brain And Career, New Studies Suggest
    • Teresa Amabile and Steven J. Kramer - (2011) The Power of Small Wins | making progress in meaningful work | Managers can help employees see how their work is contributing.
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) The What-The-Hell Effect | Goal-setting can be a handy way of improving performance, except when we fall foul of a nasty little side-effect.

    the what-the-hell effect can be avoided by having longer-term goals and transforming inhibitional goals into acquisitional goals. e.g : Procrastinators can forget about their idling and concentrate on producing a certain amount of work each day

    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) Why You Should Keep Your Goals Secret | Making a public commitment to your goals reduces motivation. the next time you read this widespread advice about publicly committing to a personal goal, ignore it.
    • Tisha x - (2017) Silent Successes: Stop Sharing Your Goals!
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2008) How to Improve Your Self-Control | think in high-level, abstract terms demonstrated greater self-control
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2008) Getting Big Projects Done: Balancing Task-Focus with Goal-Focus | keep the ultimate goal in mind, focus to succeeding on the individual task, ...
    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) How to Commit to a Goal | Reality check (Indulge, Dwell, Contrast)

    People have a natural tendency to avoid decisions, preferring to stay in a fantasy land where the chance of failure is zero.

    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2011) How to Avoid Being Distracted From Your Goals | Specific plans free the mind

    Making plans helps free up mental space for whatever we are doing right now, allowing us to be more efficient in the long term.

    • Dr. Jeremy Dean - (2009) How to Avoid Procrastination: Think Concrete | focus on task's details and use self-imposed deadlines. While working on it : keep the ultimate, abstract goal in mind. When it's hard, stay focused on details, when it get easier : choose a more abstract, goal focus
    • Positive Psychology Program - (2016) Dacher Keltner: Emotions in a Meaningful Life
    • Dacher Keltner - (2018) [Podcast] Survival of the Kindest: Dacher Keltner Reveals the New Rules of Power | how to feel good with simple tricks + learn about high jen behaviors + empathy and positive influences
    • Evan Selinger - (2018) This Robot Knows How to Trick You | Humans Are Flawed and Easy to Trick
    • Farnam Street - (2012) The Best Summary of Dale Carnegie's How to Win Friends and Influence People
    • Ben Northrop - (2018) The Reality of Reuse | we're hard-wired to want to make decisions quickly and we take too many shortcuts
    • Hype Cycle - a branded graphical presentation developer by Gartner, for representing the maturity, adoption and social application of specific technologies
    • Jo Meenen - The Art Of Non-Conformity Book Summary
    • Tuck Sleep - (2017) Memory and Sleep | How Does Sleep Affect Your Short and Long Term Memory
    • Derek Sivers - (2010) [Video] First Follower: Leadership Lessons from a Dancing Guy | a Lesson of leadership
    • Derek Sivers - [Video] Obvious to you. Amazing to others.
    • Gretchen Rubin - 9 Things You Can Do to Be Happy in the Next 30 Minutes
    • Libby Sander - (2018) Open offices make people talk less and email more
    • Cee-Enneagramme - Les 9 types
    • Eclectic Energies - Type de l'Ennéagramme 1 - Le Réformateur.
    • Eclectic Energies - Introduction à l'ennéagramme
    • Robert Greene, Joost Elffers - The 48 Laws of Power
    • Alicia Liu - (2018) When It Comes to Feedback, Start with Yourself. Changing yourself leads to change in others. | Leadership
    • Joshua Becker - (2018) Want to Lead a Happy Life? Science Says to Focus on These 10 Things
    • The Life Coach School - podcasts by Brooke Castillo
    • Change ma vie - [FR] 🇫🇷 le podcast qui vous donne des outils pour votre esprit. par Clotilde Dusoulier
    • HelpGuide - (2018) How to Stop Worrying | Self-Help Tips for Anxiety Relief. Via Google - Anxiety & Worry
    • Caroline Beaton - (2016) The Psychology Of Professional Purpose: How To Follow Your Calling

    A calling is feeling that the work “has to be done.” It connects us to something greater than ourselves. Duckworth explains, “The long days and evenings of toil … the sacrifice, all this is worth it because [our] efforts pay dividends to other people.”

    • Jo Meenen - Switch Book Summary | How to Change Things When Change Is Hard | good tips here
    • Stavros Korokithakis - (2018) On increasing productivity

    don’t stress too much about getting stuff done, it’s fine if you do things at your own pace

    • Farnam Street - (2018) Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions (109 Models Explained)
    • Andrew Scull - (2018) What is empathy?
    • Max Roser and Mohamed Nagdy - (2018) Optimism & Pessimism | why people are optimistic or pessimistic about certain things and how this is influenced by human nature, the media, or social changes.
    • Bobby Duffy - [Slides] (2018) The Perils of Perception | the main reasons why we’re so often so wrong.
    • Tim Wu - (2018) The Tyranny of Convenience | the problem with over conformity
    • Get Mental Notes - 52 Principles x Your Imagination.
    • Allan Richarz - (2018) The Amazing Psychology of Japanese Train Stations
    • Theory Maps - Theory mapping is a technique for visually outlining scientific theory. It allows researchers

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