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DockerCheatSheet - 🐋 Docker Cheat Sheet 🐋

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This repository is trending on Github since some days now. Watch it, we will add many updates in the future. Thank you for your support.Check the website.

awesome-compilers - :sunglasses: Curated list of awesome resources on Compilers, Interpreters and Runtimes

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A curated list of awesome resources, learning materials, tools, frameworks, platforms, technologies and source code projects in the field of Compilers, Interpreters and Runtimes. This list has a bias towards education.This section aims at listing code projects of Compilers, Interpreters, Translators, Runtimes, Virtual Machines and the like.

awesome-scifi - Sci-Fi worth consuming

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For fantasy books, see awesome-fantasy.Please read the Contributing Guidelines before contributing.




book-notes - Notes from books and other interesting things that I've read.

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On my Macbook, I have the Kindle app open with the book, as well as the markdown file open in a text editor (usually Sublime Text or MacVim, but it doesn't matter). When I read something that I want to summarize, I mentally commit it to memory and Command-Tab over to the text editor and type it out in Markdown. I don't copy-and-paste, because I find this solution allows me to retain the information better, and also it allows me to restructure the sentence if needed (usually editing for length). Usually my memory is not good enough and I Command-Tab back and forth, re-reading it in the Kindle app, and then re-reading what I typed out. No highlights or any fancy exporting. Sorry if that's anti-climactic.

full-speed-python - Full Speed Python: a book for self-learners

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This book aims to teach the Python programming language using a practical approach. Its method is quite simple: after a short introduction to each topic, the reader is invited to learn more by solving the proposed exercises. These exercises have been used extensively in my web development and distributed computing classes at the Superior School of Technology of Setúbal. With these exercises, most students are up to speed with Python in less than a month. In fact, students of the distributed computing course, taught in the second year of the software engineering degree, become familiar with Python's syntax in two weeks and are able to implement a distributed client-server application with sockets in the third week.


free-programming-books - :books: Freely available programming books

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This page is available as an easy-to-read website at https://ebookfoundation.github.io/. This list was originally a clone of stackoverflow - List of Freely Available Programming Books with contributions from Karan Bhangui and George Stocker.

github - GitHub 漫游指南- a Chinese ebook on how to build a good build on Github

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© 2015~2016 Phodal Huang. This code is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License. See LICENSE in this directory.

Mind-Expanding-Books - :books: Books that will blow your mind

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Curated list of mind expanding books. To the extent possible under law, Vishnu Ks has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.

ElixirBooks - List of Elixir books

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Official Elixir starting guide that will take you through the language foundations. You will also explore how to build projects with Mix and OTP, and it will introduce you to more advanvced techniques suchs as meta-programming. Adoption is more than programming. Elixir is an exciting new language, but to successfully get your application from start to finish, you’re going to need to know more than just the language. You need the case studies and strategies in this book. Learn the best practices for the whole life of your application, from design and team-building, to managing stakeholders, to deployment and monitoring. Go beyond the syntax and the tools to learn the techniques you need to develop your Elixir application from concept to production.

openlibrary - One webpage for every book ever published!

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Open Library (https://openlibrary.org) is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Open Library is an effort started in 2006 to create "one web page for every book ever published". It provides access to many public domain and out-of-print books, which can be read online.

awesome-visual-slam - :books: The list of vision-based SLAM / Visual Odometry open source, blogs, and papers

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[1] Raúl Mur-Artal, J. M. M. Montiel and Juan D. Tardós. ORB-SLAM: A Versatile and Accurate Monocular SLAM System. IEEE > Transactions on Robotics, vol. 31, no. 5, pp. 1147-1163, 2015. (2015 IEEE Transactions on Robotics Best Paper Award). PDF. [2] Dorian Gálvez-López and Juan D. Tardós. Bags of Binary Words for Fast Place Recognition in Image Sequences. IEEE > Transactions on Robotics, vol. 28, no. 5, pp. 1188-1197, 2012. PDF. D. Nister, “An efficient solution to the five-point relative pose problem,” Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, IEEE Transactions on, vol. 26, no. 6, pp. 756–770, 2004.

FileMasta - Search servers for video, music, books, software, games, subtitles and much more

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FileMasta is a search engine allowing you to find a file among millions of files located on FTP-servers. The search engine database contains the regularly updated information on the contents of thousands FTP-servers worldwide. We don't search the contents of the files. We host no content, we provide only access to already available files in the same way Google and other search engines do.

BookShelf

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BookShelf is a web application that allows users to create an online list of their book collections.

Head First C#

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This project contains all of the code from "Head First C#", the popular book for learning C# by Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene (O'Reilly, 2013).