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DPS909 & OSD600 Winter 2019

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* [[DPS909/OSD600 Winter 2019 Lab 2|Lab 2]]
 
== Week 4 ==
 
* Learning Licenses: MIT
** [https://choosealicense.com/licenses/mit/ MIT License]
** [https://writing.kemitchell.com/2016/09/21/MIT-License-Line-by-Line.html The MIT License, Line by Line]
** One of the most widely used licenses in Open Source
** Like the BSD License, nothing about patents (created before software was patentable in the US)
** Example software projects licensed under the BSD License:
*** [https://expressjs.com/ ExpressJS]
*** [http://rubyonrails.org/ Ruby on Rails]
*** [https://angularjs.org/ AngularJS]
*** [https://atom.io/ Atom], [https://electron.atom.io/ Electron]
*** [http://getbootstrap.com/ Bootstrap]
*** [https://nodejs.org/ node.js]
*** [https://github.com/photonstorm/phaser Phaser]
*** [https://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ PuTTY]
*** [https://socket.io/ Socket.IO]
 
* More Git
** Understanding how git works
*** SHAs
*** commits, trees, blobs
*** branches
*** Working Directory vs. Staging Area vs. HEAD
** [https://wiki.cdot.senecacollege.ca/wiki/DPS909_%26_OSD600_Fall_2017_-_Git_Walkthrough Git Walkthrough Part I]
** [[DPS909 & OSD600 Winter 2017 - Git Walkthrough 2| Git Walkthrough Part II]]
** Some basic git commands you should make sure you know how to use:
***<code>git clone</code> - clone an existing repository (i.e., one you've forked on GitHub)
***<code>git status</code> - check what's happening with your repo, working directory, branch info
***<code>git add</code> - add a file, files, or folder(s) of file(s)
***<code>git commit</code> - commit changes in the staging area
***<code>git log</code> - look back at existing commits
***<code>git diff</code> - look at the difference between what's in the working directory and staging area, or between two commits
***<code>git rm</code> - remove a file
***<code>git mv</code> - move or rename a file
***<code>git reset</code> - update the staging area, and perhaps working directory, with files from another commit (e.g., HEAD)
***<code>git checkout</code> - switch to a branch or commit, or create, or get files from a branch/commit
 
* [[DPS909/OSD600 Winter 2019 Lab 3|Lab 3]]

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