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README.md

Cerebrate Training Materials

This repository includes all the training materials in use for the Cerebrate project.

All the materials are available with the complete LaTeX source code meant to assist in contributing or extending the training materials. A special attention is given to the open source licensing given to the materials. We welcome contributions in order to improve the training.

Materials

Slides (PDF) Source Code
c.1-cerebrate-internal source
c.2-cerebrate-code-review source
c.5-integration-layer source

License and Attribution

All the materials are dual-licensed under GNU Affero General Public License version 3 or later and the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International. You can use either one of the licenses depending of your use case of the training materials.

All the source code is available at https://www.github.com/cerebrate-project/cerebrate-training.

If you reuse the training materials, don't forget to include the above for attribution.