I would like to make a small note regarding the Anaconda3 installation you guys are asking us students to do.
Based on the many topics I’ve worked through so far, I think it’s safe to assume that many students are either relatively new developers or people with little OS background knowledge. Many students appear to be using company-provided laptops or computers, or their private equipment.
I would sincerely ask you to expand chapter 0 a bit. It feels unpleasant to me that you’re asking students to fill their own (or worse, their employer’s) equipment with a big dump of additional tooling. Instead, it would be much safer for them to create a separate VM (similar to M103 and M301) that has all the tools on board. Personally, I did not want to sully my host OS with all those Anaconda tools, so I’ve just plunked everything into a separate VM. I feel that this would be a better solution for many students (despite perhaps taxing their CPU and RAM a bit more).