Keep your backups safe. Preferably have two backups at different locations at once, so if you bring one with you (eg: a calc), then if you lose it, you still have a copy at home (and online if you got 3 backups)
I know the Perfect place to put you'r online backups: omnimaga.org forums
Nobody would mind getting near constant updates to projects they follow closeley
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Are you sure about 57o9? I tend to just use Dropbox for my online backups
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The worst thing I can suggest for any developer is to spend a long time writing a VERY promising program (I mean, this could'dve been published it was so dang good...) and then to test on the calculator without having backed up.
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Well it depends: Just avoid using groups (ERR:VERSION). Archive corruption is rare indeed, but it's always good to backup on the computer from time to time (just make sure to not delete your calc copy afterward before testing it on an emulator in case the PC version is corrupted, because that can happen during TI-Connect transfer)