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official & inofficial reference docs

  1. docs.python.org, python: pypi, perldoc.perl.org, perl:cpan, nodejs: npmjs, Linux: install python-doc
  2. rust-lang.org, Java 8 API reference
  3. Qt6 documentation (GUI programming for Linux, runs also under Windows)
  4. docs.GTK.org: gtk4, glib, cairo (glib + GUI programming for Linux, shall run under Windows too)
  5. official C++ reference, C++/tutorialspoint
  6. gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/ - with GNU C specific features / alternative sometimes even faster OSS C[++] compiler: clang, and OpenWatcom (see under material)
  7. linux.die.net: man pages & more, docs.kernel.org, Linux/BSD: man command, evtl.: info
  8. OpenSSL docs including openssl man pages
  9. runebook.dev: GNU Make, same in German, Español, Français, Português
  10. tutorialrepublic: SQL reference, PHP manual
  11. docs.w3cub.com: API docs from Git, Haskell, Tensorflow up to Qt, GCC, Bash, LaTeX, PHP and Node.js
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question forums, IRC & pastebins

  1. StackOverflow
  2. StackExchange
  3. IRC: netsplit.de: channel search for libera.chat, web.libera.chat (OSS & Linux help), webchat.oftc.net IRC chat (#qemu etc., #debian)
  4. hastebin.app (open source), ix.io: for curl-cmd, termbin.com: for nc & command line
  5. IRC: ##C++-basic, ##C++-general
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news & info for developers

  1. DZone
  2. see more under articles & blogs on our OSS-site
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Python & SQL

  1. Python Basics (the most important in 10 minutes)
  2. Princeton Python Intro
  3. learnpython.org
  4. learnbyexample.org: Python, SQL
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handy howtos

  1. A modest STL tutorial, C++ intro from Jak Kirman — C++ Standard Template Library, the base library for C++
  2. Introduction to C Programming by Marshall Brain
  3. Bash programming intro, Linux command line: text, handy sed intro - sed 's#foto#photo#g', man comm, etc.
  4. practical 5 minute intro to GNU make with three URLs to read on
  5. resources and references for x86 assembly with GCC Inline Assembly Howto, in Wayback Machine: x86_64 ABI
  6. RISC-V is coming, on Wikipedia, RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (Debian, Qemu, Fedora, Ubuntu/Server)
  7. RISC-V discussion at FSFE (de): britischer ARM-Hersteller von NVIDIA übernommen
  8. Kernel Hacker’s Guide to Git (5 minute guide from linux.yyz.us), Understanding Git Conceptually
  9. UTF-8 and Unicode FAQ for Unix/Linux (learn utf-8 encoding in 5 minutes)
  10. IBM: Get started with deep learning
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m4 (not because it is so important but caus it is hard to find)

  1. Notes on the M4 Macro Language, Michael Breen (best intro & reference)
  2. LinuxJournal: The m4 Macro Package, very short - read this for casual use like cpp
  3. Using m4 Macros in Your Programs physnet.uni-hamburg.de
  4. The M4 Macro Processor Kerningham & Ritchie
  5. Exploiting the m4 Macro Language, cs.stir.ac.uk
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material & books

  1. LearnXinYminutes 5 minute intros + continuative material to read on
  2. geeksforgeeks.org see Tutorials → Languages/ Algorithms, Perl, Python, C, C++, C#, Java, Kotlin, PHP, HTML/CSS/etc, Design Patterns, Machine Learning, …
  3. zetcode.com/all: wide range of programming resources from Cairo to Kotlin, AWK–Z
  4. java2s.com: Java, Databases (Oracle etc.), XML, Javascript & JQuery, C#, C++, VB
  5. online book: GNU Make: Richard M. Stallman, Roland McGarth, Paul D. Smith
  6. Kernel Hacking Guides // Training Guides: Kernel Development // Kernel User+Admin Guide
  7. OpenWatcom OSS C/C++ compiler for Linux, OS/2, Windows and more OSes - see for Developer: Intel Developers Guides and more technical documentation, OpenWatcom on github
  8. tip: Robert Love: Linux Systems Programming, + Kernel
  9. tip: German book: Matthias Warkus: Das GTK+/GNOME Entwicklerhandbuch
  10. tip: German book: Stefan Kuhlins, Martin Schader: Die C++ Standardbibliothek
  11. tip: High Performance MySQL: Baron Schwartz, Peter Zaitsev, Vadim Tkachenko


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