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Archive for July 14th, 2016

Apollo 11 guidance computer source code on github (it was available as a series of PDFs for a while)

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/07/14

Temporary, I hope hope hope

Temporary, I hope hope hope

via: Apollo 11 guidance computer source code now on github. Someone lost hope. : Reddit ProgrammerHumor

Somebody lost hope – see the image on the right – or these two lines at GitHub.

Those are the OCR-ed and hand corrected sources from the stack of paper below: chrislgarry/Apollo-11: Original Apollo 11 guidance computer (AGC) source code digitized by folks at Virtual AGC (

Some great links from the above Reddit thread:

Some more on the original PDFs from various sources:


via: Apollo 11 guidance computer source code now on github. Someone lost hope.

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Git Cheat Sheet

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/07/14

I had seen the bitmap Git Cheat Sheet referenced numerous times, so I went searching for the source and found it under Creative Commons 3.0 license at which has the Vector Image Source by Zack Rusin.

[ICO] Name Last modified Size Description

[DIR] Parent Directory
[IMG] git-cheat-sheet-large.png 29-Aug-2007 14:52 1.2M
[IMG] git-cheat-sheet-medium.png 29-Aug-2007 14:52 336K
[IMG] git-cheat-sheet.svg 29-Aug-2007 14:52 162K
[IMG] git-cheet-sheet-small.png 10-Sep-2007 09:05 87K
[TXT] license.html 29-Aug-2007 08:41 24K

And yes, they are all in the Wayback Machine:*/


via: Zack Rusin: Git cheat sheet.

Git Cheat Sheet Git Cheat Sheet

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