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About the Archive category [Archive] (1)
Codelabs from Google I/O 2015 [Learning Essentials] (1)
New OTS tutorial online: SQL for beginners [Learning Essentials] (5)
Permanently moved [Hackership] (3)
Ruby Co-Learning Resources [Learning Essentials] (7)
What to teach after beginners classes [Learning Essentials] (5)
From Zero to Junior iOS Developer [Learning Essentials] (1)
Getting started with Haskell (and functional programming) [Learning Essentials] (2)
Hello! What are you? [Archive] (10)
From Zero to Junior Python Web App Developer [Learning Essentials] (7)
Normalisation - data modeling for relational Databases [Learning Essentials] (1)
The Law of Leaky Abstractions by Joel Spolsky [Recommended] (1)
JavaScript Debugging [Recommended] (2)
Crypto101 by Laurens van Houtven (work in progress) [Recommended] (1)
Learn You a Haskell for Great Good! by Miran Lipovača [Recommended] (1)
Real World Haskell by Bryan O'Sullivan, Don Stewart, and John Goerzen [Recommended] (1)
Joe Armstrong: Programming Erlang [Recommended] (1)
Douglas Crockford – Javascript: The Good Parts [Recommended] (1)
Vincent Driessen: A successful Git branching model [Recommended] (1)
Gary Bernhardt: WAT – on Ruby and Javascript [Recommended] (1)
Application for Hackership Advocates Programme [Hackership] (12)
Real world implemention of text book Algorithms [Recommended] (2)