Comment on In-depth GO! by Mulder

I think your first step is to figure out what type of programming language you would like to learn about. After you have figured that out, you will have a better idea of your mentoring needs. Time is ticking. Some of this should have been figured out…

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Comment on In-Depth Post #1 by Mulder

I wish you luck and loads of fun. I am sure we may be able to find some solutions by talking to our school’s mMdarin teacher as well if the grade 12 or 11 or 10 student does not work. Of course, it should not be too hard to find lots of free material online to get you started. Maybe you can offer us some online tutorials with every post update, teaching all of us a bit of beginner Mandarin.
QMtK

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Comment on Tim Hortons vs. Starbucks – Daniel P by Mike Bonner

I drink on average about 15 cups a day. Tim Horton’s most of the time and Starbucks if that’s where I’m at. Both are great coffees with distinctive taste. I never had a bad cup at either one. I feel Starbucks is robust and hearty in flavor while Tim Horton’s is always smooth and goes down easy. I started drinking Tim Horton’s coffee in his second store in Ft Erie,Canada in 1970 and still drink it today. Helping kids go to camp is a plus for Tim Horton’s. Both are a 10 in my book.

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