# Resources

This page provides a bevy of good self-learning resources for every topic, accessible for anyone (not just Launch Pad members)! Looking for Launch Pad-specific documentation? Head on over to the Handbook!

If you want further pointers, get in touch with your tech lead - they can direct you to more resources or to another Launch Pad member that knows more. And if you want to add even more resources, feel free to make a pull request.

# ๐Ÿš€ Project Groundwork

These pages contain resources to help you kickstart your project!

# ๐Ÿ›ถ Git Workflow

A recommended git/GitHub collaborative development workflow is introduced in Git Workflow.

# ๐Ÿ’ฌ Programming Languages

Looking for resources to a specific programming language? Drop by the Programming Languages page!

# โš’๏ธ Tools

Boost your productivity and learn about the tools we use at Launch Pad over in the Tools page!

# ๐Ÿน Deployment

Want to make your project available to the world? Head on over to our Deployment section!

# ๐Ÿ‘จโ€๐Ÿ’ผ Repo Management

  • Shields.io (opens new window) provides a frankly massive number of badges that you can put in your repo's README to show off your Travis builds, website, license, issue tracking, and lots of other stuff!
  • Pull Reminders (opens new window) is a service that notifies you over Slack of pull-request-related activity on your repos, and also has lots of useful dashboards showing stats on review turnaround time, number of reviews, and so on. Pull Reminders is already set up with Launch Pad's repos, and we highly recommend enabling reminders!
  • Our Handbook also has a section about managing repositories: Repository Management.

# ๐Ÿ’ป Command Line

# ๐ŸŽจ Front End Development

# Vue

# ๐Ÿ“ Cheatsheets

# ๐Ÿงช Coding Challenges

  • LeetCode (opens new window) is probably the most popular website for coding challenges and comes highly recommended for interview preparation - big companies often take interview questions directly from LeetCode!
  • HackerRank (opens new window) is a similar coding challenge site, which many companies use directly for interview screening.
  • Project Euler (opens new window) is a very different style of coding challenge site - it has a much sparser presentation than rivals like LeetCode and HackerRank, and generally focuses on (sometimes rather esoteric) mathematical conundrums. But for the mathematically-inclined programmer, it can be a rich resource for delightful insights. Also, our very own ML Tech Lead Kevin built a command line tool (opens new window) to make it easier to work on Project Euler problems in Python!

# ๐Ÿ—‚๏ธ Windows

Having trouble with Windows? Check out our Windows guidance!

# ๐Ÿ’ญ General Learning

# ๐Ÿง— Exploration

The Exploration section has Tech Lead-approved resources for those that want to explore more complicated topics like operating systems, programming languages, and machine learning.