This is my personal list of bookmarks.
- /r/programming Reddit’s programming subforum
- hckrnews An alternative, responsive hacker news interface
- lobste.rs Is like hacker news but w/o the marketing and startup noise
- glot.io An open source pastebin with runnable snippets and API
- Rust Standard Library Rusts standard library documentation
- tl;dr Legal Software licenses explained in plain english
- Computer science field guide An interactive online resource—not for graduates—but more aimed towards high school students
- visualgo Animated algorithms and data structures, Yay!
- hckrnews An alternative hacker news interface where you can waste your time.
- GalaxySQL An unusual SQL tutorial which is quite entertaining unlinke most SQL books/courses, they are boring as hell.
- play.rust-lang.org Rusts interactive playpen.
- play.golang.org Gos playground.
- try.ocamlpro.com An interactive OCaml tutorial. Note to myself: Learn OCaml sometime.
- disassembler.io An online disassembler that supports a wide variety of architectures and allows to upload binaries with sizes up to 256kB.
- what is CS? What is computer science?
- what every CS major should know At least what the author thinks what everyone should know. Nonetheless, an interesting list of links and topics
- A list of awesome lists
- Software optimization resources 5 different manuals about low-level software optimization, from C++ over assembler to machine instructions.
- C++ Frequently Questioned Answers :)
- The Java Memory Model I’m a little bit astound over the amount of things to know about the JMM. My expectation was that this would fit on a beer mat.
- Programming is like sex Not really, but anyhow it’s fun to read.
- What every programmer should know about floating point Never heard of IEEE754 or didn’t know what a mantissa is? Read this!
- what every programmer should know about memory. This article (or short book) is well written and refreshes or explains a lot of concepts that are worth to know about computer memory. This is not solely written for system programmers!
- Scientific English as a Foreign Language consists of 59 lessons that cover common mistaakes made by non-native english scientists at the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne.
Math and CS
- Desmos A graphical online calculator. Regarding this as calculator is a bit too much understatement. This is really great to make interactive function plots
- wolframalpha The online version of Wolfram Mathematica, a computational knowledge engine (did someone say singularity?)
- Tricki A map of techniques for mathematical problem solving
- Numerical Tours in Python This website provides a collection of
IPythonJupyter notebooks that demonstrate and explain certain methods with a focus on signal and image processing with wavelets.
- MIT calculus introduction course that comes with 671 page thick textbook.
- Advanced Data Structures course at MIT teached by Erik Demaine.
- Earlevel Engineering A very well written blog about basic and sometimes more advanced DSP concept with practical audio applications in mind
- MicroModeler DSP A full-blown online filter designer
- DSP Guide A good resource to get an overview over a lot of DSP concept but lacks a bit of detail in some places
- Julius Orion Smith III (what a name). A lot of material about musical and audio signal processing.
- hifi-forum.de Here meets the german DIY loudspeaker community. The DIY speaker gallery is always worth a look
- diyaudio.com Maybe the largest online resource for DIY audio enthusiasts (except software)
- BBC Radio 6 Why can’t we have such a great radio channel in Germany? DRadio is nice, but come on, it’s way to conservative.
- Cookbook Formulae for biquad filter coefficients.
- fefes blog Opinions about his blog differ sharply but for me it’s a quite entertaining read. This is only for people with a stable opinion and you should always double check his posts
- nerdcore.de Germanys top-blog about nerd culture
- createdigitalmusic A blog about the latest trends and gadgets in the audio production area
- matrixsynth Audio gear porn at it’s finest. This is a really great resource for procrastinating
- alternativlos A podcast about politics, tech and conspiracy theories (not the usual illuminati crap, more like reasonable theories).
- Mad Slabs My alltime favorite music podcast. No comments nor moderation only 2+ hours of fresh new music. The played genres represent my own personal taste quite good because they’re pretty diverse and range from ambient/drone or classical to breakcore or distorted german techno tunes.
- the bike shed A podcast about development related topics.
- methodisch inkorrekt Two german scientists discuss current topics in science and research or talk about the daily routine in general.
This and That (non computer stuff)
- noisli Generates nice ambient sounds like rain drops, chirping birds, a bonfire and much more
- interfacelift Nice wallpapers in very large resolutions (up to 5k)
- Wikimedia Commons: Picture of the Day A great wallpaper resource as well
- The Free Fall Research Page A website dedicated on how to survive a free fall without a parachute. Banzai!
- How bad are things? Everything’s fine.
- How to write a successful covering letter. It comes the time when you’ve to apply for a job and this includes writing a conver letter. This article is really useful for those who’ve trouble writing such a text.
- unsplash A massive amount of free high-resolution photos and a really nice source for wallpapers.
- ztype An online top-scroller where you must type to shoot.