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Basics of BrainFuck

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BrainFuck Programming Tutorial by: Katie

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INTRODUCTION

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EMOJI cheatsheet 😛😳😗😓🙉😸🙈🙊😽💀💢💥✨💏👫👄👃👀👛👛🗼🔮🔮🎄🎅👻

EMOJI CHEAT SHEET

Emoji emoticons listed on this page are supported on Campfire, GitHub, Basecamp, Redbooth, Trac, Flowdock, Sprint.ly, Kandan, Textbox.io, Kippt, Redmine, JabbR, Trello, Hall, plug.dj, Qiita, Zendesk, Ruby China, Grove, Idobata, NodeBB Forums, Slack, Streamup, OrganisedMinds, Hackpad, Cryptbin, Kato, Reportedly, Cheerful Ghost, IRCCloud, Dashcube, MyVideoGameList, Subrosa, Sococo, Quip, And Bang, Bonusly, Discourse, Ello, and Twemoji Awesome. However some of the emoji codes are not super easy to remember, so here is a little cheat sheet. ✈ Got flash enabled? Click the emoji code and it will be copied to your clipboard.

People

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Created December 8, 2014 23:09
Games on GitHub

Games on GitHub

Below is a list of open source games and game-related projects that can be found on GitHub - old school text adventures, educational games, 8-bit platform games, browser-based games, indie games, GameJam projects, add-ons/maps/hacks/plugins for commercial games, libraries, frameworks, engines, you name it.

Contributing

If you'd like to add a repository to the list, please create an Issue, or fork this repository and submit a pull request.

Help: MarkDown Help, Markdown Cheatsheet

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Feed.xml RSS for Jekyll blog on GitHub pages.

Jekyll RSS Feed Templates.

A few Liquid templates to use for rendering RSS feeds for your Jekyll blog. Featuring four kinds of feeds:

  • feed.xml — Renders the 10 most recent posts.
  • feed.category.xml — Only renders posts for a specific category. This example renders posts for a "miscellaneous" category.
  • feed.links.xml — Only contains posts that link to external websites noted by a link variable in the YAML Front Matter. Not a common Jekyll convention, but a good way to generating a linked list.
  • feed.articles.xml — Only showing articles that don't link to external sites; The opposite of feed.links.xml.
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Created January 18, 2015 01:35
how to set exercise goals

How to Set Exercise Goals ‹ Hello Healthy

[Mindfulness][1] / January 5, 2015

How to Set Exercise Goals

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Mount Everest. The Badwater Ultra-Marathon. What do the these things have in common? They are Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals (BHAG) that are achieved by putting one foot in front of the other. And they are rarely achieved. The only person who's both climbed Everest and run Badawater is Marshall Ulrich. In his autobiography Running on Empty, Ulrich's recommendation for achieving BHAGs is to "focus on the present and set intermediate goals." And the best Sport Psychology research points to the same thing. Setting intermediate, or "process goals" are vastly superior to BHAGs.

Reference: List of iOS App URL Scheme Names & Paths for Shortcuts

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If you've ever customized your app icons or played around with Shortcuts (previously called Workflow), you probably know how important URL scheme names are. Nearly all iOS apps assign themselves one of these names, and you need to know them if you want to add custom icons to your home screen or create a Shortcuts workflow that opens an app on your iPhone up. Finding the URL scheme name, also known as a URI scheme, for a particular app is not easy. First, you have to download the IPA file for the app — a difficult task since the iTunes 12.7 update removed iOS apps from it. When you finally find the IPA, you have to turn it into a ZIP file, show the contents of the app package, then hunt for the specific PLIST file that contains the URL schemes. It's a lot of work.

This example

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Cool Notepad tricks for Windows

Cool Notepad tricks for Windows

Notepad, the text editor that comes bundled in Windows is an excellent tool for text editing. But that is not the only thing for which notepad is famous. It is also famous for its tricks and hacks. Here is a roundup of some of the best and coolest tricks that you can try using Notepad.

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Matrix Falling Code Effect - Notepad CMD (.BAT) Tricks

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Jekyll + Liquid quick bits ❤️❤️

First steps

It's very simple to get started with Liquid. A Liquid template is rendered in two steps: Parse and Render. For an overview of the Liquid syntax, please read [[Liquid for Designers]].

@template = Liquid::Template.parse("hi {{name}}")  # Parses and compiles the template
@template.render( 'name' => 'tobi' )               # Renders the output => "hi tobi"
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Teach Kids Programming

Teach kids programming 🆒

2 min read

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A collection of resources

I've been gathering the best resources to teach children & teens programming — books, environments, apps, courseware and games.

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Created December 3, 2014 03:54
Jekyll Scholar - bibliographies & citations.

Jekyll-Scholar

Jekyll-Scholar is for all the academic bloggers out there. It is a set of extensions to Jekyll, the awesome, blog aware, static site generator; it formats your bibliographies and reading lists for the web and gives your blog posts citation super-powers.

For additional features you may also want to take a look at jekyll-scholar-extras.