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pwd # print working directory
ls # list files in directory
cd # change directory
~ # home directory
.. # up one directory
– # previous working directory
help # get help
-h # get help
–help # get help
man # manual
cat # output the contents of a file
mkdir # create new directory
open # open a file with the associated program, a directory with Finder, or a URL with the default web browser
ps # list all running processes
kill # terminate existing process
rmd # permanently delete file
rmdir # remove directory
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If you want to learn about how Blockchain works, this video is well worth 2 hours of your time. Very informative!
Want to learn sorting algorithms? This is a great little resources to see them working step by step.
Pretty amazing video showing how secure a 256-bit hash is and what would actually be needed in order to try every combination.
A great video explaining how bitcoin mining works and well worth taking the time to watch his whole playlist.
I have been playing about with Processing lately and coming up with some pretty cool artwork based on code.
This was pretty simple and I think the whole program was about 12 lines.