Free Programming Books are now on Codingmarks.org


Octocat **Promotion** - Efficiently manage your coding bookmarks, aka #codingmarks, on www.codingmarks.org and share your hidden gems with the world. They are published weekly on Github. You can help us build THE programming-resources location - Star


I am really happy to announce that we’ve reached and surpassed our goal of 1Mb of #codingmarks. This was possible by importing the free programming books from the Free-Programming-Books project, which is one of the most starred repository on GitHub.

You can look for all imported free books by typing [free-programming-books] (tag filtering) in the search bar, or by provide it as query parameter: https://www.codingmarks.org/search?q=Bfree-programming-books%5D. Either way you should get a result similar to the following:

Results when search for free-programming-books tag

Of course you might want to filter more, and not scroll through 2700+ results, so you can either add another search term nodejs, for example:

Results when search for free-programming-books tag plus nodejs term

Or use Filter by language functionality and select Spanish for example:

Results when search for free-programming-books tag in Spanish

Or you can combine both - you get the idea… You can see this in action by watching the following videeo:

Octocat If you wonder how I've done this, weill I have written a simple Java importer, to help me with the import.

Adrian Matei

Adrian Matei
Life force expressing itself as a coding capable human being

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