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Subject: The GNU Programmer's Primer 


On Monday, July 9, 2018, 06:10, Geoffrey Barnes wrote:

Hey Randall,

I recently checked out your best selling Udemy course about creating Makefiles, Applications, and Libraries using the GNU Tool Set that teaches using GNU's `dbg` and `xxgdb` tools to perform stack-based debugging and I find it a great tutorial. Course link here.

And your teaching approach? Awesome!

My name is Geoffrey, I am web developer and a Udemy affiliate.

A little while ago, I reviewed some best selling Udemy courses on my LoudProgrammer blog here and I've got some interesting feedback from my readers.

But, since I couldn't include all top courses into this list, I just wanted to reach out personally and give you a high five for the great content and wealth of experience you are sharing with Udemy learners.

Anyways, keep up the great work. You just hit 18,498 total students last week.

Talk soon,

Geoffrey Barnes,

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The Book of Glyphs 
A huge fan of representational graphics, it is with great humility that we announce the creation of "The Book of Glyphs."

From Mayan, Viking, Greek, CJK, and everything in the oh-so unsung Unicode middle ... if you like to appreciate character glyphs as an art-form (as if the world was not strange enough?) I hope you will enjoy geeking-out over our latest diversion.

A few of my personal favorites sets include Japanese, English Cursive, German Gothic, and Classic Greek.



For the art student, we also wanted to provide a more detailed view of what it takes to create vectors to share ideas within domains such as music, as well as other interesting glyph sets.

Our goal was to allow wee 'techies to quickly locate the glyphs that we wanted to re-use.




Please be aware that lots more glyphs will probably be added the NEXT time that we are looking for that "change of problem, that is as good as a rest" :-)

p.s. Presently hefting-in at over 3,000 files, if I were me then I wouldn't wait for the book... or the movie ... before re-using these glyphs in my own graphical 3D and 2D creations... Some of these glyphs have PLA and OpenSCAD written all over them! (no pun intended)


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