The Education Resources Library is a collection of resources, books, courses and videos by team mates at Sourcegraph.
The goal is to provide resources for learning and development in line with Sourcegraph company value of continuous growth.
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If you come across resources such as links, articles, books, videos or other content that may be useful for learning new topics, post them in #dev-learn to share them with others.
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We provide an education budget for Sourcegraph teammates that can be used for the books and paid courses listed on this page. See the Education section on the Spending Company Money page.
These are books relevant to engineers and engineering managers and have been recommended.
This book focuses on complexity in the code, covering it from a high level perspective so its teachings are applicable regardlessly of which technology the reader is working with. What makes it really interesting is that the author is providing very concrete examples to illustrate his claims and thoroughly describes his reasonings. It gives the reader the tools to think about complexity on their own so they can make their own decisions instead of following a list of good and bad practices.
The authoritative resource for learning Go is this book:
For a long list of other Go books, see: the GoBooks repo.
We use GraphQL as our API protocol, build on a backend in Go.
This course for frontend developers is one of the best comprehensive and detailed CSS resources that we’ve come across.
This section includes some of our internal Sourcegraph educational resources.
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