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So, let's have a look into the resources that developers enjoyed the most last month, shall we?
The 25 best programming books of all-time. A data-backed answer. [DAOLF]
20+ Machine Learning datasets & project ideas.Finding good datasets to work with can be challenging, so this article discusses more than 20 great datasets along with machine learning project ideas for you to tackle today. [KDNUGGETS]
Awesome remote jobs and resources. Here is an awesome repository with content (articles, books, videos) about working remotely. [GITHUB.LUKASZ.MADON]
Remote work survival guide. Employees, Managers, Leaders - here's a short guide on working remotely in 2020. [REMOTIVE]
All the startups threatened by iOS 14's new features. Fitness, wallpaper, and lost item-finding startups could have a big new competitor baked into everyone’s iPhones. Leaks of the code from iOS 14 that Apple is expected to reveal in June signal several new features and devices are on the way. Startups could be at risk due to Apple’s ability to integrate these additions at the iOS level, instantly gain an enormous install base and offer them for free or cheap, as long as they boost sales of its main money maker, the iPhone. [TECHCRUNCH]
Free tools and services for businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. Companies like Atlassian, Okta, Tableau and Intermedia are extending free versions of their offerings to organizations to help them stay afloat during the global pandemic. [ZDNET]
Top React.js tools for developers. Discussing some of the top React tools for developers, including Reactide, React Sight, and React Toolbox. [DZONE]
Unix Toolbox. A collection of Unix/Linux/BSD commands and tasks which are useful for IT work or for advanced users. This is a practical guide with concise explanations, however the reader is supposed to know what s/he is doing. [CB.VU]
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