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@@ -37,13 +37,24 @@ This is the school's opinionated list of the top resources for learning the vari
* [The League of Moveable Type] (http://www.theleagueofmoveabletype.com/) - free fonts
* [Lost Type Foundry] (http://www.losttype.com/) - free fonts
-##JAVASCRIPT
+##Command Line
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+* [Command Line Crash Course](http://cli.learncodethehardway.org/book/)
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+##Version Control With Git/Github
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+* [ProGit] (http://git-scm.com/book)
+* [Git Immersion] (http://gitimmersion.com/)
+* [Try Git](http://try.github.com/)
+* [Git Reference] (http://gitref.org)
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##How To Contribute To This List
-1. clone the repo `git clone `
+1. clone the repo `git clone`
2. create a branch `git checkout -b BRANCH_NAME`
3. edit the `README.md` file using [Markdown syntax] (http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax)
-4. commit your changes to the branch `git add README.md` then `git commit -m "updated the list"
+4. commit your changes to the branch `git add README.md` then `git commit -m "updated the list"`
5. push your branch up to Github `git push origin BRANCH_NAME`
+6. issue a pull request via Github

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