Table of contents
- 1. ossu/computer-science
- 2. public-apis/public-apis
- 3. swisskyrepo/PayloadsAllTheThings
- 4. EbookFoundation/free-programming-books
- 5. freeCodeCamp
- 6. jwsham/coding-interview-university
- 7. danistefanovic/build-your-own-x
- 9. vasanthk/how-web-works
- 10. kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap
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Here are 10 repositories you need to check out right now!
The OSSU curriculum is a complete education in computer science using online materials
A nice and frequently updated collection of public apis. The APIs are even broken down into categories making it much easier to browse through them.
This repository is a list of useful payloads and bypasses for Web Application security
In this repository, you can get various free books related to various programming topics.
FreeCodeCamp is a great place to get started with programming. On youtube, their website and even Github.
"Googley-as-heck" created this repository to document his 8-month process of preparing for a Google Interview. And you can spend less time thanks to this repo.
This is a great repository that teaches you how to build your own tech like an AR bot, BitTorrent, bot and many more.
What happens behind the scenes when we type google.com in a browser?
This repo contains roadmaps for popular languages to learn and become a developer in 2022