crash-course-computer-science-chinese - :computer: 计算机速成课 | Crash Course 字幕组 (全40集 2018-5-1 精校完成)

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:computer: 计算机速成课 | Crash Course 字幕组 (全40集 2018-5-1 精校完成)

https://www.bilibili.com/video/av21376839/
https://github.com/1c7/crash-course-computer-science-chinese

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