References of TrendySkills
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- (Book) Andrzej Yatsko, Walery Suslow - De Gruyter Open - Insight into Theoretical and Applied Informatics: Introduction to Information Technologies and Computer Science
- (Journal) Ray Hylock - Journal of Software - UPC: Large-Scale Memory Efficient Java Primitive Collections
- (Thesis) Matti Maier, Florian Matthes - Technical University of Munich - A concept for the visual and interactive impact analysis and simulation of data changes to enterprise metrics
- (Academic) T. Grenier, T. Redarce, N. Ducros, O. Bernard - Institut national des sciences appliquées de Lyon - Langage C/C++ De la syntaxe à la programmation orientée objet
- (Thesis) D. Pablo Martín Junquera - University of Valladolid - Diseño y desarrollo de una aplicación de escritorio dedicada a la composición fotográfica
- (Thesis) Jenni Ikonen - Karelia University Of Applied Sciences - Tutkimus Mobiiliohjelmoinnin Suosiosta
- (Thesis) Bruce Ford - unknown title
- (Academic) Gianluigi Ciocca - University of Milano-Bicocca - Basi dei linguaggi di programmazione
- (Project) Stergios Marias - npm - node-trendyskills
- (Project) Matt Chastain - github - trending-skills
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