- Frontend Development
- iOS – Mobile operating system for Apple phones and tablets.
- Android – Mobile operating system developed by Google.
- IoT & Hybrid Apps
- Xamarin – Mobile app development IDE, testing, and distribution.
- eBPF – Virtual machine that allows you to write more efficient and powerful tracing and monitoring for Linux systems.
- Arch-based Projects – Linux distributions and projects based on Arch Linux.
- macOS – Operating system for Apple’s Mac computers.
- watchOS – Operating system for the Apple Watch.
- Amazon Web Services
- IPFS – P2P hypermedia protocol.
- Fuse – Mobile development tools.
- Heroku – Cloud platform as a service.
- Raspberry Pi – Credit card-sized computer aimed at teaching kids programming, but capable of a lot more.
- Qt – Cross-platform GUI app framework.
- WebExtensions – Cross-browser extension system.
- RubyMotion – Write cross-platform native apps for iOS, Android, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS in Ruby.
- Smart TV – Create apps for different TV platforms.
- GNOME – Simple and distraction-free desktop environment for Linux.
- KDE – A free software community dedicated to creating an open and user-friendly computing experience.
- Roslyn – Open-source compilers and code analysis APIs for C# and VB.NET languages.
- Amazon Alexa – Virtual home assistant.
- DigitalOcean – Cloud computing platform designed for developers.
- Flutter – Google’s mobile SDK for building native iOS and Android apps from a single codebase written in Dart.
- Home Assistant – Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first.
- IBM Cloud – Cloud platform for developers and companies.
- Firebase – App development platform built on Google Cloud Platform.
- Robot Operating System 2.0 – Set of software libraries and tools that help you build robot apps.
- Adafruit IO – Visualize and store data from any device.
- Cloudflare – CDN, DNS, DDoS protection, and security for your site.
- Actions on Google – Developer platform for Google Assistant.
- ESP – Low-cost microcontrollers with WiFi and broad IoT applications.
- Swift – Apple’s compiled programming language that is secure, modern, programmer-friendly, and fast.
- Python – General-purpose programming language designed for readability.
- Scala Native – Optimizing ahead-of-time compiler for Scala based on LLVM.
- C/C++ – General-purpose language with a bias toward system programming and embedded, resource-constrained software.
- Common Lisp – Powerful dynamic multiparadigm language that facilitates iterative and interactive development.
- Java – Popular secure object-oriented language designed for flexibility to “write once, run anywhere”.
- PHP – Server-side scripting language.
- Frege – Haskell for the JVM.
- CMake – Build, test, and package software.
- ActionScript 3 – Object-oriented language targeting Adobe AIR.
- Eta – Functional programming language for the JVM.
- Idris – General purpose pure functional programming language with dependent types influenced by Haskell and ML.
- Ada/SPARK – Modern programming language designed for large, long-lived apps where reliability and efficiency are essential.
- Q# – Domain-specific programming language used for expressing quantum algorithms.
- Vala – Programming language designed to take full advantage of the GLib and GNOME ecosystems, while preserving the speed of C code.
- Coq – Formal language and environment for programming and specification which facilitates interactive development of machine-checked proofs.
- V – Simple, fast, safe, compiled language for developing maintainable software.
- Big Data
- Public Datasets
- Hadoop – Framework for distributed storage and processing of very large data sets.
- Data Engineering
- Apache Spark – Unified engine for large-scale data processing.
- Qlik – Business intelligence platform for data visualization, analytics, and reporting apps.
- Splunk – Platform for searching, monitoring, and analyzing structured and unstructured machine-generated big data in real-time.
Content Management Systems
- Bitcoin – Bitcoin services and tools for software developers.
- Ripple – Open source distributed settlement network.
- Non-Financial Blockchain – Non-financial blockchain applications.
- Mastodon – Open source decentralized microblogging network.
- Ethereum – Distributed computing platform for smart contract development.
- Blockchain AI – Blockchain projects for artificial intelligence and machine learning.
- EOSIO – A decentralized operating system supporting industrial-scale apps.
- Corda – Open source blockchain platform designed for business.
- Waves – Open source blockchain platform and development toolset for Web 3.0 apps and decentralized solutions.
- Testing – Software testing.
- Visual Regression Testing – Ensures changes did not break the functionality or style.
- Selenium – Open-source browser automation framework and ecosystem.
- Appium – Test automation tool for apps.
- TAP – Test Anything Protocol.
- JMeter – Load testing and performance measurement tool.
- k6 – Open-source, developer-centric performance monitoring and load testing solution.
- JSON – Text based data interchange format.
- CSV – A text file format that stores tabular data and uses a comma to separate values.
- Discounts for Student Developers
- Awesome – Recursion illustrated.
- Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
- Services Engineering
- Free for Developers
- Answers – Stack Overflow, Quora, etc.
- Sketch – Design app for macOS.
- Boilerplate Projects
- Design and Development Guides
- Software Engineering Blogs
- Self Hosted
- FOSS Production Apps
- Gulp – Task runner.
- AMA – Ask Me Anything.
- Open Source Photography
- OpenGL – Cross-platform API for rendering 2D and 3D graphics.
- Research Tools
- Data Visualization
- Social Media Share Links
- Unicode – Unicode standards, quirks, packages and resources.
- Beginner-Friendly Projects
- Tools for Activism
- Citizen Science – For community-based and non-institutional scientists.
- MQTT – “Internet of Things” connectivity protocol.
- Hacking Spots
- For Girls
- Vorpal – Node.js CLI framework.
- Vulkan – Low-overhead, cross-platform 3D graphics and compute API.
- LaTeX – Typesetting language.
- Economics – An economist’s starter kit.
- Funny Markov Chains
- Cheminformatics – Informatics techniques applied to problems in chemistry.
- Colorful – Choose your next color scheme.
- Steam – Digital distribution platform.
- Bots – Building bots.
- Site Reliability Engineering
- Empathy in Engineering – Building and promoting more compassionate engineering cultures.
- DTrace – Dynamic tracing framework.
- Userscripts – Enhance your browsing experience.
- Pokémon – Pokémon and Pokémon GO.
- ChatOps – Managing technical and business operations through a chat.
- Falsehood – Falsehoods programmers believe in.
- Domain-Driven Design – Software development approach for complex needs by connecting the implementation to an evolving model.
- Quantified Self – Self-tracking through technology.
- SaltStack – Python-based config management system.
- Web Design – For digital designers.
- Creative Coding – Programming something expressive instead of something functional.
- No-Login Web Apps – Web apps that work without login.
- Free Software – Free as in freedom.
- Framer – Prototyping interactive UI designs.
- Markdown – Markup language.
- Dev Fun – Funny developer projects.
- Healthcare – Open source healthcare software for facilities, providers, developers, policy experts, and researchers.
- Magento 2 – Open Source eCommerce built with PHP.
- TikZ – Graph drawing packages for TeX/LaTeX/ConTeXt.
- Neuroscience – Study of the nervous system and brain.
- Ad-Free – Ad-free alternatives.
- Esolangs – Programming languages designed for experimentation or as jokes rather than actual use.
- Prometheus – Open-source monitoring system.
- Homematic – Smart home devices.
- Ledger – Double-entry accounting on the command-line.
- Uncopyright – Public domain works.
- Crypto Currency Tools & Algorithms – Digital currency where encryption is used to regulate the generation of units and verify transfers.
- Diversity – Creating a more inclusive and diverse tech community.
- Open Source Supporters – Companies that offer their tools and services for free to open source projects.
- Design Principles – Create better and more consistent designs and experiences.
- Theravada – Teachings from the Theravada Buddhist tradition.
- inspectIT – Open source Java app performance management tool.
- Open Source Maintainers – The experience of being an open source maintainer.
- Calculators – Calculators for every platform.
- Captcha – A type of challenge–response test used in computing to determine whether or not the user is human.
- Jupyter – Create and share documents that contain code, equations, visualizations and narrative text.
- FIRST Robotics Competition – International high school robotics championship.
- Humane Technology – Open source projects that help improve society.
- Speakers – Conference and meetup speakers in the programming and design community.
- Board Games – Table-top gaming fun for all.
- Software Patreons – Fund individual programmers or the development of open source projects.
- Parasite – Parasites and host-pathogen interactions.
- Food – Food-related projects on GitHub.
- Mental Health – Mental health awareness and self-care in the software industry.
- Bitcoin Payment Processors – Start accepting Bitcoin.
- Scientific Computing – Solving complex scientific problems using computers.
- Amazon Sellers
- Agriculture – Open source technology for farming and gardening.
- Product Design – Design a product from the initial concept to production.
- Prisma – Turn your database into a GraphQL API.
- Software Architecture – The discipline of designing and building software.
- Connectivity Data and Reports – Better understand who has access to telecommunication and internet infrastructure and on what terms.
- Stacks – Tech stacks for building different apps and features.
- Cytodata – Image-based profiling of biological phenotypes for computational biologists.
- IRC – Open source messaging protocol.
- Advertising – Advertising and programmatic media for websites.
- Earth – Find ways to resolve the climate crisis.
- Naming – Naming things in computer science done right.
- Biomedical Information Extraction – How to extract information from unstructured biomedical data and text.
- Web Archiving – An effort to preserve the Web for future generations.
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