Since the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the use of data from millions of https://alternativeto .
A small list of Android applications I use daily on my Xiaomi Redmi Note 4. I didn't include Google applications that I also use. These are for example Google Maps or Google Fit and so on. Everything runs on the newest Android with a custom ROM.
I'm not sure but I think this list is almost complete. This list of Windows software is a daily driver for me. Have to say that few engineering software is missing as I didn't find them on AlternativeTo.
Setup bootloader (i.e. GRUB) using Windows OS.
Mappers for tabletop role-playing games, such as D&D, that are: Free to use. Online, so no installation is required. Grid-based.
Data Science is more about learning concepts rather than software. These concepts include statistics, linear algebra, and ab-testing. But the following tools are the most commonly used in this practice.
Every coder has a set of programs that they prefer over all others. If you're just getting into Discord bot development, you might be trying to decide what programs you want to use to write your bot.
Anonymous P2P networks without a central authority.
This list includes tools used by novice and professional game designers, particularly in the Indie Game realm. It includes game development engines, graphic design, and music/production.
Apps I need to try in the service of remembering what the hell I'm supposed to be doing. No gamification (Habitica...) with the exception of some positive-reinforcement point system or graph to see how productive I am at any given time range.
This is a list of all the apps I use on Android. Most of the apps here are open source and many are replacements for stock Android offerings. Almost all are available on F-Droid.
This list is inspired by the Kamran Ahmed's "2019 Developer Roadmap." https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap Without further ado, my take on the most important technologies to learn for dev-ops in 2019!
This list is inspired by the Kamran Ahmed's "2019 Developer Roadmap." https://github.com/kamranahmedse/developer-roadmap Without further ado, my take on the most important technologies to learn for back-end web development in 2019!