This week repository showcase is about learning and resources. First up is a collection of algorithms and data structures implementation in Java as well as some potential interview questions.
This is the collection of algorithms, data structures and Interview Questions with solutions. This repository contains my solutions for common algorithmic problems and implementation of Data Structures in Java. I’ve created this repository to learn about algorithms. I am adding solutions continuously.
I swear I don’t pick these “interview” repos on purpose, following the similar repo from last week’s repository showcase. Next up is an interesting CMS that automatically generates the JSON API for you, written in GO.
With the rise in popularity of web/mobile apps connected to JSON HTTP APIs, better tools to support the development of content servers and management systems are necessary. Ponzu fills the void where you want to reach for WordPress to get a great CMS, or Rails for rapid development, but need a fast JSON response in a high-concurrency environment.
Hot this week is the appearance of a Twitter platform alternative. Interesting part about it is its decentralized approach where anyone can run their own instance and connect to others.
Mastodon is a free, open-source social network server. A decentralized solution to commercial platforms, it avoids the risks of a single company monopolizing your communication. Anyone can run Mastodon and participate in the social network seamlessly.
An alternative implementation of the GNU social project. Based on ActivityStreams, Webfinger, PubsubHubbub and Salmon.
And finally something I love about Awesome lists is how awesome they are… This one is about Mac applications and lookign through it it’s quite comprehensive.
This repo is a collection of AWESOME Mac applications and tools for developers and designers.