5 Github Repositories You Should Know as a Developer

5 Github Repositories You Should Know as a Developer

Grab a coffee and be ready to navigate between many helpful resources that can help you improve your developer’s skills.

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Gaël Thomas
·Apr 13, 2022·

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In this today’s article, we’ll share 5 GitHub repositories with you. Not all of them are super-known, and they can help you grow as a developer by learning, practicing, and reading.

Let’s start with the first one!

Awesome Roadmaps

The programming world is vast, and many have already asked themselves: “Where should I start if I want to become a [choose a technology] engineer?”.

This GitHub repository curates a list of many topics roadmaps categorized by topics: programming language, web development, mobile development, AI, and even more!

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Free Programming Books

Every article of this type mentions this repository, and we should do the same.

Indeed, this repository lists many programming books freely accessible online. On top of that, there are some for every language and on many topics.

Enjoy your reading!

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App Ideas

One of our favorite! Have you ever wondered what project to build when learning to code?

This GitHub page shares many projects that you can develop to improve your programming skills, depending on your developer profile.

Developer Profile — GitHub Repository “App Ideas”

A great way to improve your portfolio!

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Public APIs

In the previous part, we talked about a repository to find some project ideas. Another great way to build cool projects is to use APIs.

In the below GitHub, you’ll find a curated list of free APIs that you can use in your next application. All of them are categorized, and there is something for everyone (from Art & Design APIs to Blockchain ones).

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Awesome Git

As you may know, at Flycode, we’re helping the product teams work like software engineers using Git, and we crush it!

What’s better than a list of Git tools, resources, and shiny things to finish this post?

Do you know some others?

We hope you enjoyed this list, and it will benefit your career as a developer! If you know some others, let us know on Twitter (you’ll see we have a lot of content about programming there 😉).

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