Proper and respectful etiquette is a condition of participation on Tech Rocket. Participants deemed violating these guidelines will be ineligible to participate in future programs, without a refund. Inappropriate conduct includes using the course content and service inappropriately or illegally, using improper language in forums and chat rooms, being disrespectful to any other participant or provider, cyber bullying, etc.
The guidelines listed below exist to keep participants safe as well as ensure the Tech Rocket community is positive and productive. Please review each item carefully.
Do not disclose any personal information about yourself
This includes your first or last name, geographic information, the school you attend, your email, your website, or anything that could be used to identify you.
Content must be all ages appropriate
All content and images must be appropriate for children. If something is deemed inappropriate or potentially suggestive of something inappropriate it will be removed. We do not permit most off-site links.
Even if the page you link to is appropriate, unless the entire website is explicitly an all-ages oriented website, we may moderate the link.
Be Respectful and Polite
Please be respectful to other members and the Tech Rocket staff.
Inappropriate language including the use of profanity or offensive terms will not be tolerated and may result in post edits and/or loss of posting privileges.
All posts in the Forums (forums.techrocket.com) may be utilized by Tech Rocket for digital and print marketing materials.
Projects, Instructor Ratios and Shadowing
Tech Rocket participants do not create projects that are accessible by Tech Rocket. Any participant work should be saved on their own devices.
As an online product, Tech Rocket does not guarantee an participant to instructor ratio.
Tech Rocket staff has permission to view participants’ progress, quiz results, and achievements received also referred to as account shadowing.
Post with Purpose!
Post your questions one time to one topic. To draw more attention to the topic, you can reply to it to make sure the community and admins are seeing it. Give it a descriptive name so staff and others know exactly what kin of help you need.
If you are having an issue, tell us the course, level, and chapter you are having trouble in.
If you can, post a picture of your code/game/image/error so that others can see what you have done and better assist you. Let us know if you aren't allowed to post pictures due to your user level. If you copy your code into the post, use the code formatting button as seen below:
Try searching the forums first to see if your question has already been answered.
If you post something that does not follow these guidelines, we will either edit the post or remove it at our discretion.
And at all times, please remember the Golden Rule:
Treat others how you would want to be treated!
@Shaggy, Can we use http://www.pastebin.com? IMO, It makes troubleshooting logs and reviewing code much easier than using the forum posts.
Pastebin is fine to use for sharing and debugging code, but you can also take advantage of the forums built in pre-formatted code option.
@dEbug, Awesome! Now I know for sure I can link there. Thanks