The Urban Penguin has lots of really useful playlists on his Youtube channel. They cover all the stuff you need to know about Linux/SysAdmin etc. I’ve not checked it out yet but there’s one playlist that has 70 videos to help you with LPI certification.
(LPI = Linux Professional Institute, by the way –
Note: The Urban Penguin dude is also an author of loads of Linux books, such as
Mastering Lunix Shell Scripting.
While searching for the above, I just came across an
online book for Shell Scripting that looks great too.
Advancing the Blog – Learn Django, APIs, jQuery, RSS, & more
There is a
BBC article that details the route to the top of Garth Hill.
Useful link for OS maps:
Open Data Viewer (or, in simple terms, a map (one that you can search by OS reference )
Grid Reference Finder (this is great because as well as searching by grid ref you can right click on map and it will give you the grid ref!)
So, there is Llancayo house!
SO 36770 02979 (simple terms SO 36 02 – area SO 36 across, 2 up)
Store and share your code
You need to run calculator.py – it will import adder.py – but adder.py can be run independently too. See
my post regarding the use of
if __name__ == "main":
The code above is stored in pastebin. Click the links; then download the code from the separate pastebin pages.
Huge, huge, huge “definitive”
list of learning resources for programming. It gets updated in real time and uses the Github API too. It is massive.
This was linked from
a comment on the /r/freecodecamp subreddit. I came across the Reddit post when I was doing a bit of research on Node.js + FreeCodeCamp.
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