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nonePerhaps add something about google App script?
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40Comma after everythingyes
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60insert comma before "for"yes
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82Rather phrase as a statementyes
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39change to -> tooyes
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53word order wrongyes
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95"produce rather than to consume"no
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40remove ', everything,'yes
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53remove 'a' in 'attempted a to'yes
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62Make 'A' into 'a' in '(A good...)'yes
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71add 'by' to make 'by controlling'yes
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77requiring' instead of 'require for'yes
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90which'instead of '. Which'yes
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114.' instead of ';'yes
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126This line is a bit unclear to meyes
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135not to' instead of 'not'yes
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232Advanced' instead of 'Advance'yes
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233advanced' instead of 'advance'yes
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326out' instead of 'out,'yes
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326student-run' instead of 'student run'yes
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336contribute' instead of 'contributing'yes
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360choosing to attend' rather than 'choosing to'yes
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From luke: Add learn how to learn
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From luke: add notes on documentation
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39ng: May want to start with a sentence about what the proposal is all about before discussing the underlying principleyes
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52ng: "creation. The ability ... " -> "creation: the ability"yes
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70ng: There are drag-and-drop interface that are free, e.g. scratch.mit.edu ... so I'd be careful about generalizing in this wayyes
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81ng: "requirement, have" -> "requirement. Have"yes
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120ng: "its existence" -> "their existence"yes
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143ng: I think you're too strongly advocating against black boxes here ... programmers will be the first to tell you the value of black boxes and abstraction. Maybe emphasize a middle ground instead of such a strong stance?yes
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157ng: "learning them" -> "teaching them"yes
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187ng: where'd you get the 10% figure from?yesFrom a devbootcamp article, but i think it is made up. will remove it.
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239ng: what about javascript?yes
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239ng: What about web frameworks? Ruby on rails, django, etc yes
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269ng: isn't Objective-C only on 1 platform as well? (iOS)yesAccording to wikipedia, it is cross platform, although mostly used by Apple
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