Wiki Structure

Below you will find all the notes I have made. I continuously update them and I use them myself for my own reference. I try to write things and structure them so everyone can benefit from reading them or even reference what I know easily and quickly.

Each folder is a topic that can include other topics under it related to the parent topic.

Gitbook provides a pretty awesome search feature that lets you search across this entire knowledge base, so feel free to use it.

I also really love using night mode. You can switch to it from here if you haven't:

If this is your first time visiting this wiki, you can just start reading from the top entry down and see what sparks your interest.

I will be updating this wiki quite often as I use it myself daily both to keep an account of things I know as well as things I want to know and everything in-between.

For super fast access of this wiki, I advise you to try out Alfred My Mind.

If you find some mistake, especially if something that I say is plain wrong, please fork this repository and make a PR with correct changes. Or open an issue saying what you think is wrong.

Content Structure

Each topic will have a title, some description of it, usually my own thoughts and knowledge on it as well as referencing some resources or links I have liked or used that helped me either understand the topic or gain appreciation of it.

The structure of each of the posts will often look roughly like this:

  1. Title
  2. Description - My thoughts on the topic.
  3. Subtopics - Various subtopics related to the main topic.
  4. Notes - My own personal notes on the matter as well as things I found interesting on the internet regarding the topic. I often give a link of where I got things from.
  5. Links - Links related to the topic.

Aside from this wiki, I also share various mind maps I have made.

If you are interested in how I maintain and write this wiki, I wrote about it in detail here.

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