Below are some notes from the book Head First Java by Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates. The book teaches the reader beginner Java, and is a great introductory learning for people new to the language.
Below is a book outline for Clean Code by Robert Martin. The book teaches the reader to be adamant about code structure, and to keep software development nice and clean.
Below is a book outline for Pragmatic Thinking and Learning by Andy Hut. The book emphasizes the different stages of learning and how to reach an advanced level of skill (hint: lots of hours of deliberating learning).
Provided below is a book outline for Deep Work by Cal Newport. The book emphasizes that focus is key and without it we will become distracted.
Provided below is a book outline for The Memory Book by Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas. Using the techniques outlined, one can improve their memory.
Here is a study guide for the quantitative section of the GRE that I created using a variety of sources. I personally found it effective (scored over 160 on the quant section with 2 weeks of studying), so I am sharing my notes.
The list of positive multiples of 25…
https://www.fundamentalknowledge.net/ is here. Starting from a base Wikipedia article, the website builds a rudimentary knowledge map based on the links to other Wikipedia articles found on the base article’s page.
From the website’s help dialog:
Search for a Wikipedia article that you wish to learn more about, then click on…
The underlying motivation for cryptocurrency investors is to make money. They sign-up on digital currency exchange websites, transfer funds into their accounts, make purchases, and hopefully sell for a profit at some point in the future.