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Some Free Resources during COVID 19<br>


Pluralsight <br>

Future Learn (time limited) <br>

Do also check out WomenCanCode on GitHub <br>

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<br>Recruiters and Sales professionals are not permitted unless are providing sponsorship. If on arrival it is known you are attending for recruitment or sales purposes, but not hosting the event you will be asked to leave, however there will be other events throughout the year, open to all, so please do come to those


If you are not familiar with Git and GitHub, the GitHub help pages are a great place to start. In particular, check out the following guides: setup Git, fork a repo, hosting with GitHub Pages, and the references section to learn more. [Git - tracks file changes, GitHub software colloboration platform]



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