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Top 10 Websites for Developers

Chaitanya Prabuddha
Hey πŸ‘‹, I’m Chaitanya Prabuddha. I love tech and studying to code by myself. I want to make lives easier.
Originally published at chetanx.Medium ・Updated on ・2 min read
  1. IndieHackers.com

If you are starting to make your own internet startup or company, IndieHackers is one best places for you to start a internet company without raising money.

IndieHackers is a community of developers and entrepreneurs who are trying to build profitable internet companies without raising money.

Visit Here - https://www.indiehackers.com

  1. Udemy

Udemy is one of the biggest video tutorial websites in the world. It has amazing tutorials on almost every tech-related topic.

You can learn anything from there without getting broke, Or just if you are a student and you don't have thousand's to spend on.

Visit - https://www.udemy.com

  1. Coursera

Coursera is also one of the biggest place to learn but it costs more. Coursera courses are definitely more valuable for your certification, as they are from well known companies. But nothing is more important than skill.

So, if you can afford, then you can definitely go for Coursera.

Visit Website - https://www.coursera.com

  1. Resumake.IO

Resumake.IO is an open-source website that helps you make a resume for applying to Software Engineering jobs.

You want a no bull-shit, easy to use resume maker & You can export the resume as PDF, Latex, and JSON so that you don't have to start from scratch the next time. Then Resumake.IO is the perfect place for you.

Visit Website - http://resumake.io/

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  1. Leetcode

Leetcode is a website that helps you prepare for software engineering interviews.

They have industry-quality questions, best for interviews.

Visit Website- https://leetcode.com/

  1. Glassdoor

Glassdoor is a website where employees review their companies.

You want to know what it is like working for the company. You want to know how much are the employees paid in the company. Then Glassdoor is for you.

Visit Websites - https://www.glassdoor.com/

  1. DigitalOcean

DigitalOcean is a hosting provider in which you can host your servers, databases, etc. It’s very popular among developers.

Visit Website- https://digitalocean.com/

8.StackExchange

Everyone knows of StackOverflow.com and AskUbuntu which are part of StackExchange network. But there are dozens of other sites in the StackExchange network that are dedicated to programming.

Visit Website - https://stackexchange.com/

  1. Github

GitHub requires no introduction for software developers. It’s the place on the Internet where open source projects are built.

If you don't have GitHub then you are not a programmer.

Visit Website- https://github.com/

  1. DevDocs.IO

DevDocs.IO is a single-page open source app that allows you to search documentation of all popular programming languages and frameworks.

Visit Website - https://devdocs.io/

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Andrei Dascalu

Although most items are number 1 with the exception of number 8 :)

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

I purposely did that because I thought every website is as important than the other, 8th one is my mistake, will fix it.

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Kinanee Samson

nice list mate

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Really Appreciate That.

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Kinanee Samson

you're welcome bro

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Athony

thanks!

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Appreciate it man!

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rohitabp

Where is dev.to?

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

That's a Necessity

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Adrian Matei

I would like to suggest codever for managing dev bookmarks and code snippets - they will become a lot with time passing...

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Amazing!

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Pro_Developer

Love you bro thanks

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SashaOrtiz

Thanks, it's definitely useful for newbies. keep Sharing!!!

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Appreciate it!

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TyrWinDev

This is an excellent list of resources. Most I already knew but the resume maker is a god send ! Thank you !

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Appreciate it.

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Tim etc.

Great list, altough my no 1 is my search engine πŸ™ƒ But Maximilian is my best friend on UdemyπŸ‘Œ

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Search Engine is the necessity. πŸ˜‰

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Emeka-hue

Nice one thereπŸ‘

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Diego Kascharowski

Nice content, thank you! This will help a lot :D

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Really appreciate that.

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Emeka-hue

This is well detailed

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

thanks

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Santos Romero

Great post friend. Post saved. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Amazing, Thanks for saving

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ProgrammerHumor.io • Edited

Amazing list mate. You could also include ProgrammerHumor.io for a light hearted fun. :D :)

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

For sure. I will upload it in next part of the series. BTW thanks for your follow on twitter.