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|<F1>||Causes Netrw to issue help|
|<cr>||Netrw will enter the directory or read the file|
|<del>||Netrw will attempt to remove the file/directory|
|-||Makes Netrw go up one directory|
|a||Toggles between normal display, hiding (suppress display of files matching g:netrw_list_hide) showing (display only files which match g:netrw_list_hide)|
|c||Make browsing directory the current directory|
|C||Setting the editing window|
|d||Make a directory|
This is just a quick list of resourses on TDA that I put together for @rickasaurus after he was asking for links to papers, books, etc on Twitter and is by no means an exhaustive list.
Both Carlsson's and Ghrist's survey papers offer a very good introduction to the subject
This is a collection of snippets, not a comprehensive guide. I suggest you start with Operational PGP.
Here is an incomplete list of things that are different from other approaches:
If you prefer to watch video tutorials with live-coding, then check out this series I recorded with the same contents as in this article: Egghead.io - Introduction to Reactive Programming.
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Now, you might think the answer I'm going to give you is already obvious because I'm using GiHub right now, but it's not. Both GitHub and Bitbucket offer great Git services, but each has its own features and pricing plans. In the following... thing, I'm going to compare the two and then offer a final solution that should work for most people.
TL;DR: Both. Use GitHub for open source and public repos (you'll spend most of your time here) and Bitbucket for private repos. But, sign up for GitHub first, then import account into Bitbucket. Also, check comments for updates. P.S. I personally prefer GitHub.