Learn Rust in 30 minutes or less – Amos Wenger blazes through as many Rust snippets as you can read in half an hour. By the time you’re through, “you should be able to read most of the Rust code you find online.”
Advanced Go concurrency – For now, employers may love Go more than engineers do (at least, according to Hired’s 2020 State of Software Engineers report) but that’s likely to change if demand remains high. Bone up on your advanced Go skills with this exploration of “higher-level concurrency primitives available in the [language’s] ‘extended standard library.’”
Arrays in C/C++ – Explore the fundamentals behind arrays in C and C++, including single and multidimensional arrays and pointers to arrays.
Write unbreakable Python – Despite a rocky transition from Python 2 to Python 3, Python is more popular than ever. So it’s the perfect time to keep your skills sharp. If you want to make sure your Python code “never breaks and mostly does what it’s supposed to do,” check out Jesse Warden’s tutorial on applying functional programming to Python.
Concurrent programming, with examples – “Mention concurrency and you’re bound to get two kinds of unsolicited advice: first that it’s a nightmarish problem which will melt your brain, and second that there’s a magical programming language or niche paradigm which will make all your problems disappear.” This article by Joe Nelson charts the middle ground, offering an intro to the production workhorses for concurrent software: threading and locking.
The Unix Toolbox – Here’s a collection of Unix, Linux, and BSD commands and tasks you might find useful (as long as you already have some idea of what you’re doing).
Beginner friendly Introduction to the shell text processing tools.
Monitoror – a wallboard monitoring app to monitor server status; monitor CI builds progress or even display critical values.
The 15 top-paying IT certifications – According to consulting firm Global Knowledge, those with one of the top 15 tech certifications reported average salaries over $100,000.
The growth of command line options, 1979-Present – “Great write-up! Never really thought about it before”.
Clear Your Terminal in Style – Here is a way to clear yor terminal.
The Coronavirus Tech Handbook – “a crowdsourced resource for technologists building things related to the coronavirus outbreak”.
Track COVID-19 from the command line