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math-as-code - a cheat-sheet for mathematical notation in code form


This is a reference to ease developers into mathematical notation by showing comparisons with JavaScript code.This guide is not yet finished. If you see errors or want to contribute, please open a ticket or send a PR.

stream-handbook - how to write node programs with streams


Now you will have a stream-handbook command that will open this readme file in your $PAGER. Otherwise, you may continue reading this document as you are presently doing.Streams come to us from the earliest days of unix and have proven themselves over the decades as a dependable way to compose large systems out of small components that do one thing well. In unix, streams are implemented by the shell with | pipes. In node, the built-in stream module is used by the core libraries and can also be used by user-space modules. Similar to unix, the node stream module's primary composition operator is called .pipe() and you get a backpressure mechanism for free to throttle writes for slow consumers.

awesome-coins - ₿ A guide (for humans!) to cryto-currencies and their algos.


A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using cryptography to secure the transactions and to control the creation of additional units of the currency. There are many algorithms used in many different crypto–currencies. This document serves to provide a simple map to reference which are for what, as well as provide a nice list of helpful services and utilities for managing coins.




setup.py - 📦 A Human's Ultimate Guide to setup.py.


This repo exists to provide an example setup.py file, that can be used to bootstrap your next Python project. It includes some advanced patterns and best practices for setup.py, as well as some commented–out nice–to–haves. For example, this setup.py provides a $ python setup.py upload command, which creates a universal wheel (and sdist) and uploads your package to PyPi using Twine, without the need for an annoying setup.cfg file.

digital_video_introduction - A hands-on introduction to video technology: image, video, codec (av1, vp9, h265) and more (ffmpeg encoding)


A gentle introduction to video technology, although it's aimed at software developers / engineers, we want to make it easy for anyone to learn. This idea was born during a mini workshop for newcomers to video technology. The goal is to introduce some digital video concepts with a simple vocabulary, lots of visual elements and practical examples when possible, and make this knowledge available everywhere. Please, feel free to send corrections, suggestions and improve it.

java8-tutorial - Modern Java - A Guide to Java 8


This article was originally posted on my blog. Java 8 enables us to add non-abstract method implementations to interfaces by utilizing the default keyword. This feature is also known as virtual extension methods.

intro


Better introductions for websites and features with a step-by-step guide for your projects. 1) Include intro.js and introjs.css (or the minified version for production) in your page. Use introjs-rtl.min.css for Right-to-Left language support.


getting-a-gig - Guide for getting a gig as a tech major.


Hey friends! This is a guide for getting a gig in college as a tech major. I graduated May 2014 with 10 job offers after having 5 internships throughout my four years of college. You can do that, too. Because you're great. Your resume is your personal summary sheet. Your resume is the thing that gets your foot in the door. So, there's a few things you should do (and not do) to make it as awesome as you are.

pure-bash-bible - 📖 A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes.


A collection of pure bash alternatives to external processes. The goal of this book is to document known and unknown methods of doing various tasks using only built-in bash features. Using the snippets from this bible can help remove unneeded dependencies from scripts and in most cases make them faster. I came across these tips and discovered a few while developing neofetch, pxltrm and other smaller projects.

bash-handbook - :book: For those who wanna learn Bash


This document was written for those who want to learn Bash without diving in too deeply. You should be able to run bash-handbook at the command line now. This will open the manual in your selected $PAGER. Otherwise, you may continue reading on here.

wtfjs - A list of funny and tricky JavaScript examples


JavaScript is a great language. It has a simple syntax, large ecosystem and, what is most important, a great community. At the same time, we all know that JavaScript is quite a funny language with tricky parts. Some of them can quickly turn our everyday job into hell, and some of them can make us laugh out loud.

react-redux-typescript-guide - The complete guide to static typing in "React & Redux" apps using TypeScript


You should check out Playground Project located in the /playground folder. It is a source of all the code examples found in the guide. They are all tested with the most recent version of TypeScript and 3rd party type definitions (like @types/react or @types/react-redux) to ensure the examples are up-to-date and not broken with updated definitions. Playground was created in such a way that you can simply clone the repository locally and immediately play around on your own. It will help you to learn all the examples from this guide in a real project environment without the need to create some complicated environment setup by yourself.

wtfpython - A collection of surprising Python snippets and lesser-known features.


An interesting collection of surprising snippets and lesser-known Python features. Python, being a beautifully designed high-level and interpreter-based programming language, provides us with many features for the programmer's comfort. But sometimes, the outcomes of a Python snippet may not seem obvious to a regular user at first sight.

fe - 《我的职业是前端工程师》 - Ebook:I'm a FrontEnd Developer


© 2017 Phodal Huang. This code is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License. See LICENSE in this directory.

stream-adventure - go on an educational stream adventure!


First install node version 0.10 or later. Once you've installed node, you will have an npm command.

high-school-guide-to-machine-learning - Being a high schooler myself and having studied Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for a year now, I believe that there fails to exist a learning path in this field for High School students


Being a high schooler myself and having studied Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence for a year now, I believe that there fails to exist a learning path in this field for High School students. This is my attempt to create one. Over the past few months, I've tried to spend a couple of hours every day understanding this field, be it watching Youtube videos or undertaking projects. I've been guided by older peers who've had far more experience than me, and now feel that I have ample experience to share my insights.

git-it-electron - :computer: :mortar_board: Git-it is a (Mac, Win, Linux) Desktop App for Learning Git and GitHub


Git-it is a desktop (Mac, Windows and Linux) app that teaches you how to use Git and GitHub on the command line. This application contains challenges for learning Git and GitHub—by using real Git and GitHub, not emulators. You'll be learning the awesome (and not so scary) command line and GitHub which means when you finish all of the challenges you'll have real repositories on your GitHub account and green squares on your contribution chart.

babel-handbook - :blue_book: A guided handbook on how to use Babel and how to create plugins for Babel


A guided handbook on how to use Babel and how to create plugins for Babel. If you are reading a non-English translation of this document you will find a number of English words that are programming concepts. If these were translated to other languages there would be a lack of consistency and fluency when reading about them. In many cases you will find the literal translation followed by the English term in parenthesis (). For example: Abstract Syntax Trees (ASTs).