But what about links that are really useful but you don’t have to visit on a regular basis? Maybe you only visit them once a month to refresh your memory or when someone asks you if you know a good link.
I asked myself that question and here are a few links I came up with.
This, of course, isn’t a comprehensive list, just a few links that I think are worth visiting every once in a while
Hive Project Guide (Link)
It contains sections on working with Git with some generally useful Git rules, writing documentation, setting up project environments, API design and more.
The one that was really interesting and useful for me is the ‘API design’ section.
A few months ago I wanted to refresh my memory on API design best practices and I was surprised that it was relatively hard to find a good post about it.
Eventually I found a link on google search that was good enough so I kinda found what I was looking for but you have to understand I’m a lazy bastard and going through all those posts and not finding what I need is a huge ordeal for me.
Jokes aside, the API design section really does have some useful info and is exactly what I was looking for a few months ago.
Ah yes, the famous ‘Awesome List’.
Give it a try, it’ll be worth your while!
There are two things that really make me like this cheat sheet:
First is that it didn’t fall in to the trap of overexplaining which is harder than it looks in the world of software development.
This cheat sheet does a nice job of keeping things simple and straightforward.
Bonus For My React Devs: JS.coach (Link)