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1. Awesome Arch
Other projects / Other
- JuNest (⭐1.6k) - A lightweight Arch Linux-based distro that runs, without root privileges, upon any Linux distro.
2. Public Apis
Description: Check links to see if they're known phishing attempts
Description: GraphQL based NFT API
Games & Comics
API: When is next MCU film (⭐130)
Description: Upcoming MCU film information
3. Awesome Ironsworn
Hacks and homebrew / Ironsworn
- Ironsworn Foes & Fights - An Ironsworn hack adding more mechanical context to fights
4. Awesome Zsh Plugins
ZSH on Windows / superconsole - Windows-only.
zshout-of-the-box configured to restore previously opened tabs and shell working directories after
zshand necessary software preinstalled, uses zsh-grml-config
- Uses Antigen (⭐7.5k) for ZSH theme and config management
- Git-for-Windows repo with proper
git lfssupport for
MSYS2environment is configured,
gitclient already installed.
- Non-blocking ZSH prompt status updates thanks to agkozak-zsh-prompt (⭐247)
- Command-not-found handler customized for
MSYS2suggests what package to install
Themes / superconsole - Windows-only.
- snowflake (⭐2) - An elegant, simple, and neat ZSH theme including an aesthetically pleasing cool color palette that harmonizes with dark themes.
5. Awesome Neovim
Utility / Diagnostics
- gaborvecsei/cryptoprice.nvim (⭐15) - Check the price of the defined cryptocurrencies.
- MDN - Simply the most extensive and up to date language reference.
Interactive learning / Single Topics
7. Awesome Executable Packing
📚 Literature / Scientific Research
- 📓 Ether: Malware analysis via hardware virtualization extensions (October 2008)
- 📓 Eureka: A framework for enabling static malware analysis (October 2008)
- 📓 Generic unpacking using entropy analysis (October 2010)
- 📓 PE-Probe: Leveraging packer detection and structural information to detect malicious portable executables (June 2009)
- 📓 Reverse engineering self-modifying code: Unpacker extraction (October 2010)
- 📓 Unpacking virtualization obfuscators (August 2009)
📦 Packers / After 2010
- ElecKey - Suite of software and tools that offer a complete solution for software protection, copy protection, and license management.
📦 Packers / Between 2000 and 2010
- EXE Wrapper - Protects any EXE file with a password from non-authorized execution.
- EXECryptor - Protects EXE programs from reverse engineering, analysis, modifications and cracking.
- Sentinel HASP Envelope - Wrapping application that protects the target application with a secure shield, providing a means to counteract reverse engineering and other anti-debugging measures.
📦 Packers / Before 2000
- PE Diminisher - Simple PE packer relying on the aPLib compression library.
- SecuPack - Win32 executable compressor.
🔧 Tools / Before 2000
- FUU (⭐41) - Fast Universal Unpacker.
8. Free for Dev
- redislabs - Free 30MB redis instance
9. Awesome Deno
Resources in Other Languages / Kurdish (Central)
10. Awesome Jax
Libraries / New Libraries
- Neural Network Libraries
- FedJAX (⭐220) - Federated learning in JAX, built on Optax and Haiku.
- Equivariant MLP (⭐215) - Construct equivariant neural network layers.
- jax-resnet (⭐88) - Implementations and checkpoints for ResNet variants in Flax.
- Parallax (⭐155) - Immutable Torch Modules for JAX.
11. Awesome Django
Third-Party Packages / Security
- DJ Checkup - Runs several checks on your deployed Django site to check for common security mistakes.
12. Awesome Agi Cocosci
System 1 & System 2 / Dual-Coding Theory
- Organizational Principles of Abstract Words in the Human Brain - Cerebral Cortex, 2018. [All Versions].
System 1 & System 2 / Neural-Symbolic AI
- Combining Logical Abduction and Statistical Induction: Discovering Written Primitives with Human Knowledge - AAAI'17, 2017. [All Versions].
13. Dive Into Machine Learning
Explore another notebook / What just happened?
- Series of notebooks:
- Dr. Randal Olson's Example Machine Learning notebook (⭐5.4k): "let's pretend we're working for a startup that just got funded to create a smartphone app that automatically identifies species of flowers from pictures taken on the smartphone. We've been tasked by our head of data science to create a demo machine learning model that takes four measurements from the flowers (sepal length, sepal width, petal length, and petal width) and identifies the species based on those measurements alone."
- Various topical notebooks:
Prof. Andrew Ng's Machine Learning on Coursera / Tips for this course
- If you're wondering, Is it still a relevant course? or trying to figure out if it fits for you personally, check out these reviews:
14. Awesome Css
Reset and Normalize / Editor's Draft ✒️
- CSS Checker (⭐536) - Find and Reduce Similar & Duplicated CSS Scripts.
15. Alternative Front Ends
Overview / Reddit
- junipf/reddit-frontend (⭐21): A reddit front-end written in React
- Official instance: https://jpf-reddit.netlify.app
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