Ultimate 500GB google drive link of Programming books and video tutorials!

May 16, 2018views: 2866


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Google drive provides free storage upto 15GB to all its users. To upgrade google charge the user in monthly basis.



Google Drive has an awesome feature to share a link of a specific folder or of an entire drive, the link can be used by anyone and easily download the contents directly or save it to their own google drive.


There is a community of programmers who collect and make some really awesome google drive links. But many asks for a fee to get access to the files. There is a specific link oo an entire google drive account shared by an user which contains 500GB full of ebooks, videos tutorials related to programming and computer science, computer softwares and lots more. Here is an snapshot of the home directory.


This drive is really helpful for anyone who is learning programming and also for all the computer science students. This drive has everything organised in a brillant manner. All books are on the Books folder. All the programming language have their own separate folders.



It also has folder containing huge collection of Udacity video tutorial series on programming such as tutorial series on python, PHP, SQL, etc. There are also a large collection of books and videos on web development and hacking or penetration testing !

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Om Prakash Mahato

Full stack developer, author, founder of TechConductor.


5 Comments:

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    Om
    2018-05-16
    Hope you all like it. Don't forget to like and share TechConductor. 😉
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    Debarshi Das
    2018-05-20
    Great work. Why not add a 30px top margin to this selector (container pb-5 pt-2 bg-white rounded-bottom shadowDepth1). It would look better I think!
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      Om
      2018-05-20
      which container are you referring to. comment section or the blog post container. Both has pb and pt set to 3. thanks. I am not that good in css and always do some changes to the code trying make it look better.
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      Debarshi Das
      2018-05-26
      You just simply add this to your css: .container pb-5 pt-5 bg-white rounded shadowDepth0{ margin-top:30px; }
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      Om
      2018-05-26
      Thanks for the tip. will implement that right away :-)

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