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old school pre-google mulder

pace of technology change

eweek

computerworld

inforworld

cio

tnw

it_television

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High quality tech resources and search engines

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Gartner

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emerging-tech-hc-2016

Goldman Sachs


Accenture


Zeef.com: Find and share quality development/tech resources

zeef

Awesome List. Awesome AWS, Awesome SysAdmin, Awesome Docker, Awesome BigData, etc

awesome logo

Code geek

codegeek

Codely TV

  • codely.TV 🌟 VΓ­deos cada jueves. Objetivos: Transmitir conocimiento mediante screencasts de programaciΓ³n y dar a conocer el mundo de la informΓ‘tica vΓ­a entrevistas.
  • twitter.com/CodelyTV

codelytv

Bextlan

bextlan_twitter

Cubeupload image sharing

Shared presentations

slideshare

speakerdeck

prezi logo

scribd

Stack Exchange family of Q&A websites

Stackoverflow is down

stackoverflow_research

stackoverflow_documentation

DZone

dzone

dzone_sw

Interview Questions


Java Code Geeks

Web Code Geeks

stackshare.io: Discover and discuss the best software tools and services

Tutorialzine

tutorialzine

Marketplaces

Noodlio

Reddit

Screencasts

sysadmincasts

build podcast

Podcasts

dzone_podcast

no dogma podcast

devops_radio

London Fintech Podcast

soundcloud_osa

Cloud Computing Podcasts

The Cloudcast

Devops Podcasts

AWS Youtube channel and Podcasts

Spanish podcasts

we developers

TLDP.org The Linux Documentation Project

Wikibooks

The main difference between the two "wikis" is that Wikipedia is composed of weakly connected separate pages and Wikibooks contains e-books built of multiple hierarchically linked pages. So who has a bigger idea (philosophy) for a particular area of ​​knowledge prefers to work in Wikibooks.


Webcomics

Reactions. When words aren't enough, say it with animations

Public domain images