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    Ruby library for improved puts debugging, automatically displaying bonus useful information such as source line number and source code.

    it gives you a portfolio! you can create a github account to store all your projects. that way, when the time comes, you can share and show off all your cool code.

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    first: find a setup that works for you. i always recommend getting familiar with your command line (for mac it's the Terminal app, for windows it's probably PowerShell) before anything else. then, download a recent version of python that's still within its lifespan. find a code editor you like (i prefer visual studio code, but there are many others) and tinker around! get used to your new surroundings.

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