A bunch of developer resources (November 2015 Edition)

Between Udemy having a bunch of crazy deals last week, and StackSocial having “pay what you want”, I picked up quite a few courses – enough to keep me busy through all of 2016, no doubt!

This past weekend, instead of binge-watching mindless entertainment (which was fantastic, by the way!), I binged watched a few of these courses. When I got burnt out on one topic, I’d switch to another. This weekend was pretty much all about mobile development. That is, learning iOS, Andoird, and app marketing.

As I was watching these videos, the instructor would mention a website, so I’d pause the video and pop open a new tab. This afternoon, I realized I had a bunch of tabs open. I didn’t want to lose those, so I thought I’d write them down here. As I continue to binge-watch in the next couple weeks, I’ll update this same blog post.

Anyhow, in no particular order, here are some useful websites I discovered, in several different categories (with some existing ones I like too, added in as well)!

Project Management

  • www.groupiful.com Need to create an account, but looks interesting.
  • www.workflowy.com Good for brainstorming ideas. You create hierarchies of things, but each node can also have formatted text too – do ctrl+enter to write sub-content on any node. I love this app!
  • www.trello.com Good for scrum/kanban boards, and managing team work.
  • http://tfs.visualstudio.com Good for git or TFVC source control, but also for Agile project management.


Graphic Design


Color/Palette Helpers:



Purchasing pre-made mobile apps

Backend as a Service (BaaS)

Development or Debugging Tools


That’s it for now. If you have any good/useful sites, leave a comment below!

Posted in Computers and Internet, Development Tools, General, Mobile, Organization will set you free, Professional Development, Uncategorized

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