Make Awesome Lists Yourself, or GitHub as Notebook

This material was originally posted on Habr.com in Russian. The author permitted it to be translated and published on Codingsight.

Perhaps, everyone has somewhere a file to keep certain exciting and useful things, like, links to articles, books, repositories, manuals, etc. You might use bookmarks in a browser or tabs, still open and waiting for you. Over time, it all grows excessively, links become broken, and materials get obsolete.

But what if we could share these insightful gems with the community? Upload a file to GitHub? Then, your findings would be useful for someone else. Besides, it would be easier to keep the file up-to-date together, getting the list updated via the good old pull requests.

This is what we have the Awesome Lists project for.

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GitHub for Windows Users

If your project is stored only on your disk, then you are in for trouble when the disk fails. Even a regular backup will not always save you.

Some developers make so much mess in the project and hardly remember what and where was done.

The version control system will help you avoid these problems. If necessary, you can restore or rollback changes, view, confirm or cancel edits. Well, teamwork without a version control system is simply impossible.

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