I recently read an article on a website (I can’t find it online) that had an intriguing section named
the attic. It was a collection of all the useful links or resources that the website owner had accumulated and wanted to share with others.
So I decided to add a markdown file to my website with all the useful or interesting things I’ve found online ordered by topic. All the resources included are totally free and I plan to add many more links and content as I learn more and explore new hidden corners of the internet!
You can comment down below if you found any of these useful and have any suggestions. Thanks!
The most sophisticated program ever written: Just Wow…
Sort by Controversial: An amazingly creative story about AI.
Cryptoqueen: How this woman scammed the world, then vanished: How a cunning woman made billions tricking people into buying her fake cryptocurrency
Existential Risk Prevention
The 25 most difficult questions you’ll be asked on a job interview
The Unparalleled Genius of John von Neumann: An incredibly detailed esssay about mathematician John Von Neumannan and his incredible talents.
A statistical analysis of all HN submissions: Insightful comments on the open HN data by a data scientist.
Privacy Analysis of Tiktok’s App and Website: A hacker’s inquiry into the illegal data collection of Tiktok that breaks the rules of GDPR and ignores our fundamental right to privacy.
I am a mediocre developer
6 github repos for instant knowledge boost
Why You Shouldn’t Go to Harvard (video)
Why Privacy Matters Even if “you have nothing to hide”: Interesting opinion on privacy in an era that disregards it more and more.
- Open source collection of amazing free books
- 40 Key Computer Science Concepts Explained In Layman’s Terms
- Best-websites-a-programmer-should-visit -Tech Interview Handbook
- How to Contribute to Open Source
- Ask HN: How do I choose the right resource to learn CS fundamentals?