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In those cards we offer common chunks for programmers and software engineers in german companies. The content is totally for free. Chunking refers to an approach for making more efficient use of short-term memory by grouping information. Chunking breaks up long strings of information into units or chunks. The resulting chunks are easier to commit to memory than a longer uninterrupted string of information. You are very welcome for any suggestion or cards correcting. Also you can share us reviewing the content.
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