There are many sources of information out there in the web.
Here is a list of useful collections of links and tools that can assist you in your daily work.
Everything you need to know about operating the Linux terminal (and a bit of Windows and Mac too):
A very wide collection of tools, mostly focusing on security, ranging from network and penetration/hardening tools to tutorials and podcasts and even cheat sheets and terminal tricks such as annotating
tail -f with timestamps:
This list contains an impressive amount of (free) tools that can help any web designer/developer. Besides tools to generate neat royalty free images or icons, it also lists tons of useful frameworks and UX elements.
Software Engineering and Machine Learning
Papers We Love is a world-wide community who reads technical papers. These papers involve variety of topics, from computational statistics, data representation, optimization and much more.
Their website and GitHub page includes instructions for students and newbies how to properly read an academic paper, as well as many other resources to locate academic papers.
"Awesome" Search Engine
As there are many different "Awesome-" lists on GitHub, there's now even a search engine to find the most relevant to your needs.
An incomplete list of word-embedding model vectors to use for NLP Tasks. The list (actually a table) is divided to contextual and non-contextual embedding, and include special cases (e.g. CodeBERT) and different languages.
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