I come across various programming resources while researching for the books I write and as part of social media browsing.
I hope that this free newsletter (delivered every Friday) will help you discover awesome programming resources. Just like writing a book boosts my understanding and provides a quick reference about those topics, this newsletter will help me keep track of these resources for my own use as well.
I've been helped a lot by the programming community in my journey as an author. This is one of the ways I wish to give back to the community.
My programming experience includes working with Linux CLI, Python, Regular Expressions, Vim, etc. The newsletter links will be primarily on these topics, but I'll sometimes include other programming resources as well.
Here are the section headings:
- Article of the week
- Free Programming Books
- Tip of the week
- Curiosity Corner
Both current and past resources will be considered. You can expect around 5-15 links per issue.
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