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You only have “too much RAM” when you open the above dialog and “Available” exceeds “Cached” by several gigabytes. And if you are doing certain things like video editing or software development then you might want to look into using spare RAM like this in the form of a Ramdisk for your scratch or build directories. Way faster than even an SSD..
I was gonna be the front car in the merge , so i was thinking i wouldn have to take control but cause of the merge i must have over torqued it and took it off auto steer. I didn realize i was off autosteer so as another car was coming up on my left i was kind of veering towards it. Reallly realy close.
If someone asks for help with something, I think step 1 should always be saying “Okay, can you go ahead and walk me through your code?” Make them just go line by line in their problem area and explain the purpose of each thing. I found that around half the time they instantly see what wrong. Sometimes they won and you can prompt with something like “are you sure that change is happening that way? Let print it out and confirm that doing what we expect.” Everyone just pushes for an answer so they can move on, but I think the real learning happens when you are able to recognize what went wrong and then determine steps to fix it..