by Quincy Larson

An open source search engine that will help you learn pretty much anything

A team of developers just launched an open source search engine that will show you how to learn pretty much anything. It works by clustering resources into “mind maps.”

Here’s part of their mind map for web development:

Their web development map

They have mind maps with resources for learning a wide range of subjects and skills, such as philosophy:

Some of their mind maps are more fleshed-out than others, but all of them are under development by the open source community.

You can check out their live app or star their open source project on GitHub.

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Thought of the day:

“I think it’s a new feature. Don’t tell anyone it was an accident.” — Larry Wall

Funny of the day:

Webcomic by Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.

Study group of the day:

freeCodeCamp Sarajevo

Happy coding!

– Quincy Larson, teacher at freeCodeCamp

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