Why we need the best tools on Chromebooks and Raspberry Pi
Jay Rodgers

I also went with the ASUS Flip to complement my older Thinkpad (which has VS Code for Ubuntu, and Studio on a Win 7 virtual machine ). It’s been very useful for my software course (The textbook can’t be downloaded to Linux, and I have to bike to another town for reliable wi-fi, so light w/better battery life = ++). Getting VS Code on Chrome to run/edit basic code will be a huge help. Thanks!

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