#1: GitHub Résumé
This in-house generator service creates your résumé based on your GitHub repos. It’s great for tech-savvy bosses who want a quick view of a candidate’s GitHub activity before the interview, and since developers have started using GitHub as an unofficial résumé anyway, this is the next logical step. It’s an opt-in feature, so just star the project to make your résumé visible.
#2: High Resolution Browser Logos
Browse this collection of high-res browser logos with transparent backgrounds from Paul Irish. This A-Z logo library is great for presentations, websites or blog posts, packing pretty much every browser you can think of. For the more whimsical crowd, there’s even a selection of “browser ponies.”
#3: Nginx Server Configs
Created by H5BP this open-source project is open for contributions as long as you follow the guidelines for bug reports, feature requests and pull requests. Aside from that, go nuts you crazy Nginxers.
The clunkily named MSDynamicsDrawerViewerController is a container view controller that leverages UIKit Dynamics to create a realistic drawer-navigation paradigm. It manages the presentation of a single “pane” view controller overlaid on one or two “drawer” view controllers that are hidden by default, but can be exposed by a user-initiated swipe in the direction that that drawer view controller is hidden in. Still have no clue what this thing does? Ask Monospace, it’s their project.