The best way to create efficient, powerful, secure, programs with minimal effort.
One of my all time favorite things on the web. It is easy to spend hours playing with this addictive fluid simulation, both on desktop and mobile.
A mirror of the git version control system, the foundation of modern software development.
A well-designed and fascinating neuroevolution demo that helped me become interested in machine learning and artificial intelligence. Also see MarI/O.
TensorFlow is one of the best machine learning libraries in existence and an excellent step towards making artificial intelligence open and accessible for all.
Atom is my favorite text editor of all time, mostly because it is so easy to customize through easily accessible theme files and thousands of community-developed packages and add-ons. It also comes out-of-the-box with git integration and works better than any other editor I have used.
One of my favorite web design libraries that makes it easy to develop responsive, good-looking projects with simple yet powerful components and icons.
Last but not least, the code for NVIDIA‘s groundbreaking research paper in which they greatly improved the quality of results using generative adversarial neural networks and made them easier to train. Check out the actual paper here.
There are plenty of great repositories that didn’t make it onto this list. I might make another post once I find even more amazing open-source projects. For now, thanks for reading.
- Maybe I should create a bracket of all the GitHub repositories I have starred to definitively determine which one is the best.