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I am putting together a list of basic programming concepts.  Things that any programmer should know. Is there anything else you would add to this list?
Variables & Constants
Data Types
Numbers & Math Operators
Input/Output
Logical Operators & Conditionals (IF, switch, etc.)
Loops (For, While)
Arrays/Lists
Functions

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"For best results, remove cap" I am sure glad they put that on the directions. I almost tried using it with the cap on.
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Walmart now ships to the past. #BugsInTheSystem
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I don’t test my code and you shouldn’t either.
Wait, what? I am sure about now you are saying something like
“Not testing your code is asking for trouble.”
This article explains how I program and why.

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I don’t test my code and you shouldn’t either.
Wait, what? I am sure about now you are saying something like
“Not testing your code is asking for trouble.”

I am new to the Chromebook world. I am look at getting an Acer 14. I will be replacing my aging windows laptop, and for reasons I won't list here, I do not want another windows machine. I do web programming. I downloaded ChromeOS and have been running it in a VM. It does everything I need. Have you had any experience with the Acer 14 and would you recommend it?

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Eating an elephant, Breaking Code into tiny bites.
Most people have heard the joke “How do you eat an elephant?
One bite at a time.” When programming we often end up biting off huge pieces and trying to shovel them down.  We start by building. We are almost always figuring out how to make it work.

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Be careful when developing lightning components for a Community. This blog post will help keep you going.
Salesforce - Lightning Components in Communities
    Recently I built a Lightning component, tested it with as in
internal user, and it was beautiful. Everything worked as expected. The work
was turned over to the project manager to demo to the client. During the demo
nothing worked, just errors. After th...

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Salesforce - Lightning Components in Communities
    Recently I built a Lightning component, tested it with as in
internal user, and it was beautiful. Everything worked as expected. The work
was turned over to the project manager to demo to the client. During the demo
nothing worked, just errors. After th...
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