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I am not sending anyone money for anything. If you are going to insist on charging money to correct my code can you just post the solutions so that I can correct my own code? Thanks.
 
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Why don't you just sign up to go on the waiting list for free nitpicking.
Correcting your own code defeats the purpose of the Cattle Drive.
 
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I agree with Angela. You don't learn much if you just do the exercise and then look at the solution. Might tell you that you did this differently but doesn't give you insight to what you could have improved on. One on one communication helps you with that. And we never just blurt out the answer, we try to steer you to the correct one so you are the one coming up with the answer. You will learn much more that way.
Go on the waiting list and you will see what I mean.
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Lots of people do the assignments and never send them in. There is certainly value in that. You will make a program that works! Our role is to help you understand what makes a program readable. We also throw in tips about optimization and style.

The only way to get the answers is to take the course.
 
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As I understand it, no one is insisting on charging money to correct code. Money is being charged for a course to learn programming - with one-on-one feedback to help you learn more than just how to get some result. In my opinion, it's a rare offer and is worth a lot more than $200.
There are plenty of books out there with a few solutions to problems, but without explanations of why one way is preferable to another. 200 dollars will buy you a few of those.
 
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