✅ Curated list of resources for college students
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When I was in college, I missed a lot of opportunities like hackathons, conferences, internships and many global events due to lack of awareness. I don't want the emerging developers to suffer the same as me. Hence, I and a bunch of other developers around have collected a list of resources for students. If you are in college, a college graduate, or just starting out as a developer, you should definitely check it out!
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- [Python](#11-python) - [Machine Learning](#12-machine-learning) - [Deep Learning](#13-deep-learning) - [Android Development](#14-android-development) - [Backend Development ](#15-backend-development) - [Frontend Web Development](#16-frontend-web-development) - [Full-stack Web Development](#122-full-stack-web-development) - [Data Structures](#17-data-structures) - [Alexa Tutorials](#18-alexa-tutorials) - [C Language](#19-c-language) - [C++ Language](#110-c-language) - [Git and Github](#111-git-and-github) - [R Language](#112-r-language) - [Haskell](#113-haskell) - [MongoDB](#114-mongodb) - [Prolog](#115-prolog) - [C# Language](#116-c-language) - [DevDocs](#117-devdocs) - [Docker](#118-docker) - [Microsoft Technologies](#119-microsoft-technologies) - [Scala](#120-scala) - [Programming Notes for Professionals](#121-programming-notes-for-professionals) - [MATLAB/Octave](#122-matlaboctave) - [Go Language](#123-go-language)
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## 1.11 Git and Github - Git Tutorials - How to use Git and Github | Udacity - Version Control with Git | Udacity - Introduction to Git and Github | YouTube - Pro Git Book - LearnGitBranching - GIT PURR! Git Commands Explained with Cats! - git - the simple guide - GIT: A Visual Git Reference - Mastering Git by thoughtbot - Git - Progate - Recommended - Intoduction to Git for DataScience
|Id |Name | Place| Travel Reimbursement |Application Start | Application End | Event Date | |--|------ |---|---| ------ | ----| ----- | |1 | Call for Code | Online | - | Feb 2019 | Jul 2019 | Jul 29 2019 | |2 | Capgemini Tech Challenge | India | - | Sept-Oct | - | Ended | |3 | Conuhacks | Canada | - | - | - | 1/26/2019 | |4 | Djangothon 2018 | Bengaluru, India | - | - | - | 11/17/18 | |5 | Facebook Hackathon | Online | NA | - | - | n/a | |6 | Global Hackathon Seoul | South Korea | YES | - | - | Dead page | |7 | Hack In The North| India | - | - | March | N/A | |8 | Hack Western | Western University | Yes | Nov End | Mid Oct | 11/23/18 | |9 | HackDTU | India | No | - | - | Ended | |10 | HackDavis|USA | - | - | - | N/A | |11 | HackDuke | USA | - | - | - | Dead page | |12 | HackIIITD | India | No | August-September | - | Ended | |13 | Hackinit | China | - | - | - | Ended | |14 | HackISU| USA | No | October | - | Ended | |15 | HackMIT | USA | Yes|Mid Sept | July end | Ended | |16 | HackNC | USA | Yes (on a case by case basis) | Check website | Week before event | Ended, 2019 is open for pre-reg | |17 | HackNY | USA | Yes | - | - | Ended | |18 | HackPrinceton|USA | - | - | - | 11/9/18 | |19 | HacktheNorth| Canada| Yes|Mid Sept | July end | Ended | |20 | Hacktoberfest | Online | - | - | - | Annually every October | |21 | HackUCI | USA | - | - | - | N/A | |22 | Hackdotslash | India | - | February | - | 2019 | |23 | HackHers | New Brunswick | - | February | - | 2019 | |24 | WiHacks | New York | - | March | - | 2019 | |25 | Techtogether | Boston | - | March | - | 2019 | |26 | Hack & Soehne| Germany| Yes | - | - | Several events during the year | |27 | Major League Hacking| Canada, USA, Mexico | - | - | - | Many events during the year | |28 | START Hack| Switzerland| - | - | - | 8-10 March, 2019 |
|ID| Name | Location | |--|------ |----------| |1 | Accenture Innovation Challenge | Online & Onsite | |2 | ACM - ICPC | Online & On-Site | |3 | CodersBit | Online | |4 | Facebook Hacker Cup | Online | |5 | Code Gladiators | Online & Onsite | |6 | E-Yantra | Online & Onsite | |7 | Red Bull Basement University | - | |8 | Shell Ideas360| Online & Onsite | |9 | Sony World Photography Awards – Youth Award | Online | |10| Doodle 4 Google | Online | |11| UN - Volunteer | - | |12| India Innovation Challenge - IICDC |Online & Onsite | |13| Quest Ingenium | - | |14| ROBOCON | Onsite |
|s.no| Name | Location | Category | |---| ------ |---| --- | |1| HackSociety| India | ALL | |2| DevPost | Online & On-site | ALL | |3| HackerEarth | Online & On-site | ALL | |4| Hackathon.io | Global | ALL | |5| TechGIG - Search Online Competitions| Online & On-Site |ALL | |6| Analytical Vidya | Online & On-Site | Data Science | | |7| Hackathon.com [Online & On-site] | Global | ALL | |8| Dare2compete | Online & On-site | India | ALL |
Check out these events for your region
|ID| Name | Location | |--|------ |----------| |1| Eureka - IITB| Mumbai, INDIA | |2| MIT - Entrepreneurship Bootcamp | Online & USA | |3 | Startup Grind Global Conference | Redwood City, California | |4 | Next Gen Summit | New York | |5 | Y Combinator's Startup School | Online | |6 | School of AI | Rome, Italy | |7 | European Innovation Academy | Portugal, China | |8 | Startup Weekend - DTU | Delhi, India| |9 | Watson School Incubator | USA | |10 | DevMountain | UT, AZ, TX | |11 | Product School | Online, USA, & Toronto | |12 | HackerYou | Toronto | |13 | BrainStation | Online, USA, & Canada | |14 | Lighthouse Labs | Canada | |15 | RED Academy | Canada | |16 | Flatiron School | Online, USA |
|ID| Name | Location | |--|------ |----------| |1| Google Kickstart| Online | |2| CodeAgon- Codenation Hiring Challenge | Online | |3| Codhers- Adobe Hiring Challenge | Online | |4| CodeUrWay- Visa Hiring Challenge | Online |
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|Id |Name | Organization| Stipend/Incentives |Timeline | Deadline | |-|--|---- |---|---| ------ | |1| Google Summer of Code| Google| YES| - |- | |2| Rails Girls Summer Of Code| Global | Yes|- | - | |4| GNOME internships | GNOME | YES | - | - | |5| Radare Summer of Code | - | - | - | |6| DataONE Summer Internship Program | DataONE | - | - | - | |7| BOSS| Coding Blocks, INDIA| YES |- | - | |8| GirlScript Summer of Code | - | Prizes & Goodies | - | - | |9| Season of KDE | KDE | Prizes | - | - | |10| The X.Org Endless Vacation of Code | X.Org | Yes | -| - | | 11 | Free Software Foundation internships | Free Software Foundation | NO | - | - | |12| Outreachy | | Yes | -| - |
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|Id |Name | Organization| |-|--|---- | |1| Amity Innovation Incubator | Amity University | |2| Atal Incubation Centre | Government | |3| Google LaunchPad Accelerator | Google | |4| Startup Village | SV.CO | |5| T HUB | - | |6| Atal Innovation challenge | NITI, AYOG | |7| Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp | Malaysia | |8| Inova Metrópole | IMD/UFRN, Brazil |
For summer internship, start looking at least 3-4 months in advance. #Tip
Take a moment to search for these clubs on Google and Facebook in your city.
Check **Meetup.com for more events in your locality**
|Id | Name Of The Community | Area | |---|:---------------------------------------:|:--------:| |1 | Google Developer Group|All States| |2 | Mozilla Open Source Community|Delhi and Banglore | |3 | Mozilla Campus Clubs|-| |4 | Facebook Developer Circle|Delhi| |5 | Women Tech Makers|-| |6 | Women Who Code|-| |7 | Women In Tech|-| |8 | Developers Student Club by Google|All Colleges accross India| |9 | Microsoft Student Technical Community|-| |10| Paytm Build for India|Delhi and Bangalore| |11| PyDelhi|Delhi| |12| Toastmaster International|-| |13| Swift Users Group|-| |14| MUG - MongoDB User Group|-| |15| Forloop Africa|-| |16| Women in Tech (Finland)|-| |17| HelsinkiJS|-| |18| 100 Days of Code|Online| |19| Nerdzão Brazil|-| |20| Girl Develop It|-| |21| R-Ladies|-| |22| India Linux Users Group Delhi|Delhi| |23| PyLadies|Delhi| |24| PyData Delhi|Delhi| |25| LinuxChix|Delhi| |26| Owasp|Jaipur|
|27| ACM Student Chapter|All Colleges Worldwide|
Tech, Entrepreneurship Events and Conferences
|Id | Name | Place| Travel Reimbursement |Timeline | Deadline | Type | |--|------ |---|---|:------ |:----|:-----| |1 | PyCon US-Python Conference USA | USA | No | Apr 15-23, 2020 | - | Python | |2 | ODSC | Global | No | Varies | - | AI | |3 | World Business Dialogue| Global | Yes | Mar 2-6. 2020| - | Business | |4 | Business Today Conference| New York | Yes| Nov 24 | Nov 26 | Business | |5 | Asia Pacific Week | Australia | Partial | PASSED | - | - | |6 | DotJS | France | - | Dec 5 | Dec 6 | JS | |7 | PyCon | France | - | Oct 4 | Oct 7 | Python | |8 | React Europe | France | - | May 14-15, 2020 | - | JS | |9 | Dublin Web Summit | Dublin | No | Nov 4 | Nov 7 | Web | |10| Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations | Malaysia | Yes | PASSED | - | - | |11| Grace Hopper Conference and Fellowship | Orlando, FL, USA | Yes | Oct 1-4, 2019 | - | - | |12| MIT Global Startup Workshop | USA | - | PASSED | - | - | |13| Thiel Summit | USA | - | - | - | - | |14| Stanford E-Bootcamp | USA | - | - | Closed | - | |15| Clinton Global Initiative University | USA | - | Mar to Oct (varies every year) | 3 days | - | |16| South American Business Forum | Argentina | Partial | PASSED | - | Business | |17| Capital One Summit for Developing Leaders | Virginia | Yes | PASSED | - | - | |18| KPMG Future Diversity Leaders | California | Yes | Summer | - | - | |19| Microsoft Tech Summit | Global| No | - | - | - | |20| Tech in Asia Bangalore | India | - | - | - | - | |21| SURGE | India | - | Nov | - | - | - | |22| Amazon Web Services Global Summit 2017 | India | No | Varies | - | - | |23| TechCrunch Disrupt | USA | No | PASSED | - | - | |24| Tie Global Summit | New Delhi, India | No | Nov 24 | Nov 25 | - | |25| Pioneer Application | Global | Yes | - | - | - | |26| Student Leadership conference | USA | Yes | PASSED | - | - | |27| Hackference India | India | No | Nov | Mid Dec | - | |28| JavaLand | Germany | - | March 17-19, 2020 | - | Lectures, Trainings, Community Activities | |29| Git Merge | Belgium | - | PASSED | - | Technical talks and hands-on workshops | |30| WWDC (Apple World Wide Developer Conference) | San Jose, USA | Can Apply | PASSED | - | Apple new technology launch events, Swift | |31| Agile On The Beach | Cornwall, United Kingdom | No | July 9-10, 2020 | - | Technical talks and hands-on workshops |
| Conference | Location | Date | |:--- |:--- |:--- | | Predictive Analytics World | Las Vegas, USA | May 31-June 4, 2020 | | Strata Data Conference| USA, UK | 20 Apr - 23 Apr 2020 (Varies) | | Open Data Science Conference | UK, USA | Varies | | Big Data Analytics Tokyo | Tokyo, Japan | 28 Oct- 8 Noc 2019 | | IBM think 2019 | Las Vegas, USA | 4-7 May 2020 | | MLConf | San Francisco, USA | 8 Nov 2019 | | KDD | London | 22-27 Aug 2020 | | AI Conf | SanJose/Beijing/NY/London | Aug 2020 |
|Id | Name | Category| |--|------ |---| |1 |Aaron Gable | Google Chrome Developer (BR) | |2 |Addy Osmani | Web & Chrome | |3 |Andrew NG | AI & ML | |4 |Benjamin Pasero | Software engineer at Microsoft, VSCode | |5 |Brad Traversy | Web Developer, Programmer, YouTuber | |6 |Daniel Shiffman | Programmer / Former project lead with the Processing Foundation | |7 |Evan You | Creator of Vue.js | |8 |Giovanni Bassi | MVP Microsoft BR | |9 |Guido van Rossum | Python Creator | |10 |Isaac Schlueter | npm Creator | |11 |Jake Vanderplas | Python Data Science | |12 |Jen Simmons | CSS expert, creator of Firefox Grid Inspector. | |13 |John Resig | Creator of jQuery | |14 |Joy Buolamwini | Artificial intelligence, Algorithmic Justice League | |15|Kyle Simpson | Author of YDKJS | |16 |Leonardo Maldonado | Top 2 developerTrending (BR) | |17 |Linus Torvalds | Linux Founder| |18 |Martin Fowler | Software developer | |19 |Mike Cohn | Scrum and Agile Advocate | |20 |Mohamed Said | Works with Taylor Otwell on Laravel | |21 |Paul Graham | Startup Expert, Founder of Y-Combinator | |22 |Quincy Larson | Teacher that started free code camp | |23 |Rebecca Parsons | Distributed computation, Genetic algorithms, and computational science | |24 |Richard Stallman | Founder of the GNU Project | |25 |Ryan Dahl | Inventor of Node.js | |26 |Sandi Metz | Software developer and author focused on writing flexible object-oriented code | |27 |Siraj Raval | AI & ML | |28 |Tarry Singh | AI & ML | |29 |Taylor Otwell | Creator of Laravel | |30 |Uncle Bob Martin | Software developer | |31 |Valentin Shergin | React Native Developer | |32 |Valeri Karpov | MEAN stack expert | |33 |Vaughn Vernon | Domain Driven Design expert | |34 |Victor Savkin | Angular Developer | |35 |Vincent Boucher | AI & ML | |36 |Yann LeCun | VP & Chief AI Scientist at Facebook | |37 |Yukihiro Matsumoto | Ruby Creator |
Startup News and Stories
|Sr. No. | Channel | No. of Subscribers | | --- | ------------- | ----- | |1 | MIT OpenCourseWare | 2.1M | |2 | freeCodeCamp.org | 1.32M | |3 | BostonDynamics | 1.55M | |4 | CS Dojo | 1.1M | |5 | Computerphile | 1.47M | |6 | sentdex | 734K | |7 | Nptel | 1.57M | |8 | Code Bullet | 1.63M | |9 | NumberPhile | 3.04M | |10 | CppCon | 62.9K |
|Sr. No. | Channel | No. of Subscribers | | --- | -------------- | ------ | |1 | TED | 15M | |2 | Tai Loapez | 1.31M | |3 | This Week in Startups | 131K | |4 | Google Small Business | 274K | |5 | How to Start a Startup | 100K | |6 | Tim Ferriss | 486K | |7 | Naval Ravikant | 39.8K | |8 | Y Combinator | 198K | |9 | Startup Authority | 634K | |10 | Startup Grind | 45.1K |
|Sr. No. | Channel | No. of Subscribers | | --- | -------------- | ----- | |1 | tutvid | 936K | |2 | The Futur | 591K | |3 | Spoon Graphics | 300K | |4 | Will Paterson | 352K | |5 | Skillshare | 189K | |6 | Yes I am a Designer | 191K | |7 | Gigantic | 157K | |8 | Matt Borchert | 66K | |9 | CharliMarieTV | 141K | |10 | Mike Locke | 90.8K |
|Sr. No. | Channel | No. of Subscribers | | --- | -------------- | ----- | |1 | Business Insider | 2.09M | |2 | GaryVee | 2.33M | |3 | Entrepreneur | 512K | |4 | Brian Tracy | 898K | |5 | Marie Forleo | 590K | |6 | Stanford Business | 745K | |7 | Grant Cardone | 1.2M | |8 | Young Entrepreneurs Forum | 548K | |9 | Google Small Business | 274K | |10 | Business Casual | 694K |
|Sr. No. | Channel | No. of Subscribers | | --- | -------------- | ----- | |1 | Bloomberg TV Markets and Finance | 413K | |2 | Financial Education | 354K | |3 | MoneyTalks News | 40.6K | |4 | The Financial Diet | 712K | |5 | RICH TV LIVE | 21.8K | |6 | Ryan Scribner | 471K | |7 | Financial Times | 348K | |8 | BeatTheBush | 267K | |9 | Finance Tube | 59.2K | |10 | Corporate Finance Institute | 66.4K |
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