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Pro GIT, 2nd Edition
Pro GIT, 2nd Edition Sented by Luis

Welcome to the second edition of Pro Git. The first edition was published over four years ago now. Since then a lot has changed and yet many important things have not. While most of the core commands and concepts are still valid today as the Git core team is pretty fantastic at keeping things backward compatible, there have been some significant additions and changes in the community surrounding Git. The second edition of this book is meant to address those changes and update the book so it can be more helpful to the new user.

The Piracy Crusade
The Piracy Crusade Sented by Emma

In the decade and a half since Napster first emerged, forever changing the face of digital culture, the claim that “internet pirates killed the music industry” has become so ubiquitous that it is treated as common knowledge. Piracy is a scourge on legitimate businesses and hard-working artists, we are told, a “cybercrime” similar to identity fraud or even terrorism.

Open Source Software and Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering is a challenging issue: Sometimes, developers must protect their business relevant work. Thus, they only incorporate open source components published under a permissive or a weak copyleft license:

Computing in the national curriculum: A guide for primary teachers

Computers are now part of everyday life. For most of us, technology is essential to our lives, at home and at work. ‘Computational thinking’ is a skill children must be taught if they are to be ready for the workplace and able to participate effectively in this digital world.

Music and the Child
Music and the Child Sented by Rebecca

Children are inherently musical. They respond to music and learn through music. Music expresses children’s identity and heritage, teaches them to belong to a culture, and develops their cognitive well-being and inner self worth.

Teaching and Learning of Calculus (ICME-13 Topical Surveys)

This survey focuses on the main trends in the field of calculus education. Despite their variety, the findings reveal a cornerstone issue that is strongly linked to the formalism of calculus concepts and to the difficulties it generates in the learning and teaching process.

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