- [Epic Development Environment using Windows Subsystem for Linux.](https://dev.to/
– WSL Setup.
- Awesome Go: 1400+ Go Links, Libraries and Tools –
A thorough list of Go resources in over 50 categories (think game development,
ORMs, NLP, plugins for editors, etc.) that continues to be updated frequently.
- Learn X in Y minutes – Take a whirlwind tour
of your next favorite language. Community-driven!
- MacOS Monitoring the Open Source Way
– interesting read about how Dropbox security team monitor the employee
laptops to catch malware, using osquery for snapshots, Santa for real-time
process events, and OpenBSM/Audit for real-time syscall monitoring.
- Rspamd – has been started to handle
mail flows that has grown over the last decade by more than ten times. From
the very beginning of the project, Rspamd was oriented on highly loaded mail
systems with development focus on performance and scan speed. Rspamd is
written in plain C language and it uses a number of techniques to run fast
especially on the modern hardware. On the other hand, it is possible to run
Rspamd even on an embedded device with a very constrained environment.
- Zulip – is a powerful, open source group chat
application that combines the immediacy of real-time chat with the
productivity benefits of threaded conversations. Zulip is used by open
source projects, Fortune 500 companies, large standards bodies, and others
who need a real-time chat system that allows users to easily process
hundreds or thousands of messages a day. With over 300 contributors merging
over 500 commits a month, Zulip is also the largest and fastest growing open
source group chat project.
- Leonard Lin on Uses This –
A collection of nerdy interviews asking people from all walks of life what
they use to get the job done.
- [Find the Linux distribution that’s best for you](https://www.linux.com/blog/
2018/4/best-linux-distributions-find-one-thats-right-you) – The landscape
of Linux is vast and varied. And, if you’re considering migrating to the
open source platform or just thinking about trying a new distribution,
you’ll find a world of possibilities. If you’re brand new to Linux, check
out this list of distributions that work right out of the box.
- [Awesome macOS open source applications](https://github.com/serhii-londar/
open-source-mac-os-apps) – This list contains both native and
cross-platform apps. The main goal of this repository is to find open source
and free apps and start contributing. Check it out.