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switching-to-contracting-uk - A step by step guide of how to start contracting in United Kingdom

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After delaying it for more than a year I have finally made the big move from a stable full time job to the dynamic world of contracting. One of the biggest reasons for delaying the move was not knowing the technicalities of getting all the machinery up and running. The main goal of this document is to provide an easily replicable process you can follow to become a contractor. I can not claim it is the best process to follow, but it has worked for me and other people who have advised me. Use my advice on your own responsibility. I have made this a github repo with hope to receive community contributions to fix any inaccuracies, out of date information and typos. If you want to suggest any changes, please open a Pull Request or let me know on twitter. You can read the discussions on Hacker News here and here.

rust-cross - Everything you need to know about cross compiling Rust programs!

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If you want to set up your Rust toolchain as a cross compiler, you have come to the right place! I have documented all the necessary steps, plus the gotchas and common problems that you may find along the way. Here are the commands necessary to set up a stable Rust toolchain as a cross compiler for ARMv7 (*) devices on a fresh Ubuntu Trusty install. The goal of this example is to show that cross compilation is easy to setup and even easier to perform.

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

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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

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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.




learn-hapi - :sunny: Learn to use Hapi

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Happiness is learning how to use the Hapi.js (Node.js) web framework to build reliable/scalable apps faster. Hapi is the framework for rapidly building RESTful & Real-Time web applications and services with Node.js. Whether you are building a very simple API for your website/mobile app or a large scale, cache heavy, secure e-commerce website, hapi has you covered. Hapi will help get your server developed quickly with its wide range of configurable options.

learn-nightwatch - :last_quarter_moon_with_face: Learn how to use Nightwatch

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User Acceptance Testing (UAT) with a tool like Nightwatch (Selenium) lets you to run real-world scenarios in your Web App which will give you confidence that the app works in the chosen device(s)/browser(s). Automated Acceptance Testing using Real Browsers.

learnyoubash - Learn you how to write your first bash script

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Learn you how to use the terminal and write your the first Bash script. This workshopper is based on bash-handbook, so if you want to more examples, check it out.

learn-tachyons - :heart_eyes: Learn how to use Tachyons to craft beautiful, responsive, functional and fast UI with minimal CSS!

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Learn how to use Tachyons to craft beautiful, 100% responsive, functional and fast User Interface/Experience (UI/UX) with minimal CSS in much less time. The User Interface (UI) or User Experience (UX) is the part of your application that the people ("end users") see and interact with. Ensuring that the UI/UX is the best it can be, is easily the top priority for our Web/Mobile projects.


Importing Google Contacts

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This project demonstrates how to access contacts from a Google account, and use those contacts in an integration scenario. This example uses C#, and the dotMailer SDK

nvptx - How to: Run Rust code on your NVIDIA GPU

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Since 2016-12-31, rustc can compile Rust code to PTX (Parallel Thread Execution) code, which is like GPU assembly, via --emit=asm and the right --target argument. This PTX code can then be loaded and executed on a GPU. However, a few days later 128-bit integer support landed in rustc and broke compilation of the core crate for NVPTX targets (LLVM assertions). Furthermore, there was no nightly release between these two events so it was not possible to use the NVPTX backend with a nightly compiler.

learn-istanbul - :checkered_flag: Learn how to use the Istanbul JavaScript Code Coverage Tool

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Learn how to use Istanbul to check/track Code Coverage in your JavaScript projects. Like the road sign that is "Not In Use" too much code being written never gets executed.

coding - 🖥 Our coding manual.

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Our coding manual represents everything we need to know in order to keep a consistent coding style and make collaboration a breeze. See the ./guidelines folder for a collection of language specific coding guidelines.

dcache-book2 - The dCacheBook - the guide for administrators of dCache in markdown format.

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Welcome to dCache. dCache is a distributed storage solution for storing huge amounts of data without a hard limit, on the order of hundreds of Petabytes. It can serve storage-intensive scientific experiments as well as general-purpose use cases where scalable, open source storage solutions are needed.

homu-on-heroku - How to deploy a Homu instance to Heroku

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Homu is a CI service that helps you enforce the "never break the build" policy in your GitHub repositories (for more details about Homu check its GitHub repository and homu.io). homu.io is a Homu instance plus a front-end that lets you easily use Homu with your repositories. However, right now homu.io is not accepting registration of new repositories, though its associated @homu bot is still working non-stop on the repositories that were already registered.

rust-san - How-to: Sanitize your Rust code!

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Note that sanitizer support is available on x86_64 Linux and on x86_64 macOS (ASan and TSan only). Where $SAN is one of address, leak, memory or thread.

community - openebs community contents

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This repo is for the openebs community. It will consist of demos, proposals & items (e.g. presentations, videos, talks, etc) that benefit the community.

learnyouhtml - Learn you how to create your first web page

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Learn you how to create your first web-page. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications. This workshopper will guide you through the simple exercises which explain the core principles of HTML.

docs - Project-wide documentation.

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Project-wide documentation for Exercism. For a 30,000 foot view of Exercism, start with this overview.

how-to-markdown - Learn how to start using Markdown

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Learn how to start using Markdown. It's kinda strange, but many people still don't know Markdown, although there is nothing hard about this amazing tool. This workshopper will teach you how to use Markdown.

learn-elm-architecture-in-javascript - :unicorn: Learn how to build web apps using the Elm Architecture in "plain old" JavaScript (step-by-step tutorial with TDD)!

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Learn how to build web applications using the Elm ("Model Update View") Architecture in "plain" JavaScript. Therefore, by learning the Elm Architecture, you will intrinsically understand Redux which will help you learn/develop React apps.