#1: Awesome Awesomeness
Continuing the trend of Awesome projects making it into the Top 5, Awesome Awesomeness is an awesome list curated by Alexander Bayandin of other Awesome curated lists, from awesome programming languages to awesome algorithms, awesome Big Data, awesome HTML5, awesome machine learning and many other awesome things. Enough awesome for you?

#2: Magic Tools

magicwandGitHub is all about lists this week. Compiled by Ellison Leão, Magic Tools is a list of game development resources to “make magic happen.” The list ranges from graphics, code, and audio to board games and schoolwork. Whether the tools are truly magical is up to each developer to decide.

#3: Weather Icons

weathericonsWeather Icons is a font of 123 weather-themed icons, ready to be dropped right into Bootstrap or any other project. Inspired by Font Awesome and developed by Erik Flowers, they work in essentially the same way. The icons are infinitely scalable, and any CSS that can be applied to text can be applied to them. All you need to do to insert an icon is add the base class and the specific icon class to an “i” element.

#4: TypeScript
We’ve covered TypeScript, Microsoft’s superset JavaScript programming language, in all shapes and forms. Check out SD Times articles on:

TypeScript 1.0

TypeScript support for Apache Cordova in Visual Studio

Microsoft’s new “Safer TypeScript” alternative type checker and code generator

A new standalone TypeScript compiler and the TypeScript codebase’s complete migration to GitHub, resulting in its popularity and spot on this list. Bam, brought it full-circle.

#5: Hacker News Tools of the Trade
Come one, come all: The 2014 edition of Hacker News’ Tools of the Trade is upon us. Stanford student Chris Barber was kind enough to upload the 14th edition to GitHub, which spans many a tool of many a software development trade. Bug tracking, app development, dashboards, error handling, load testing, security, PaaS, AWS, Heroku, API Builder… You name it, HN’s Tools of the Trade’s got it.