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    I think this is great! At the University of Notre Dame, we believe that some of these topics are important enough that we actually have a required course for it: https://www3.nd.edu/~pbui/teaching/cse.20289.sp20/ . It used to be called “Basic Unix for Engineers”, but it has evolved into a very introductory systems programming course (hence the name change).

    Either way, I think it’s great that you are empowering your students. I have shared your website with my current students this semester!

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      Every slide is password protected, I guess the files are not public?

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        First lesson is to find out how to crack the passwords, that way you know you’re 1337.

        Edit or it’s because the link is 9 months old…

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      This is neat. Also, I found it amusing that this Python program is mostly Fortran, if I understand what Numpy is.

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        A great explanation with clear visuals. It is a great introduction to those who want to get into using NumPy and who want to understand the shapes of vectors, matrices, ndarrays etc. Great read, I really like it even though I am more than familiar to NumPy.