As is with most things on the internet, a few Google searches can answer most questions for just about anything. There are many high-quality blogs, great community resources, and misc content that has already been created by others. Because of this, I try not to contribute to an already cluttered web with my own derivative work.
However, it can be more difficult to find good sources of information which don’t require multiple Google searches. Those well-organized and high-quality resources with accurate information are not always on the first page of search results. This page contains resources I often read or refer to myself, and which may help others find the information they are looking for.
The links are grouped by application or technology, and sub-sorted with my rough opinion as to how useful that source may be. I try to give a meaningful description for each link, and will often provide a link to the Internet Archive.