Every web developer should be familiar with these GitHub repositories.

A GitHub repository is a site on the GitHub platform where files and codes pertaining to projects and their associated versions are saved, managed, and used as part of the revision history. Within the repository, one can discuss and manage the entire project’s work. With the definitions done, let’s check out the repositories(repos)!

The repositories are:

Clean Code JavaScript. It’s a tutorial for writing legible, reusable, and refactorable JavaScript code. You’ll be able to tell what’s good code and what’s bad code. How to name variables in a sensible and pronounceable way. Also, how vital it is to use the same terminology for the same variable. More intriguing is the role of searchable names in maintaining maintainability. Given that we will read more code than we produce, it includes samples of legible code. It has been translated into 20 other languages.https://github.com/ryanmcdermott/clean-code-javascript

JavaScript algorithms. Many popular algorithms and data structures are demonstrated using JavaScript in this repository. Each method and the data structure has its own README file with explanations and links to other resources (including ones to YouTube videos). It includes JavaScript implementations of algorithms and data structures, as well as explanations and connections to more reading. https://github.com/trekhleb/javascript-algorithms

Free-for.dev .A collection of SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS providers with free tiers of interest to DevOps and infra dev developers and open-source authors. There are a lot of free tiers out there, but finding them all to make educated judgments might be difficult. This is a list of software (SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, and other providers) with free developer levels. This list is restricted to items that infrastructure developers (System Administrators, DevOps practitioners, and so on) are likely to find valuable.https://github.com/ripienaar/free-for-dev

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I am a tech researcher, writer, and software engineer with an interest in software engineering. I also love contributing to open-source projects.

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