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How can I find my test transaction from Get Started Guide code on the Stellar TestNetwork?

Transactions can contain one or many operations being payments one of them, so your payment should be in the transaction history but you have to look for it whether in code following the links ...
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How do you use the stellar quickstart without docker?

There is a docker product called Docker Toolbox which advertises support for older versions of windows. It requires a 64-bit version of Windows 7 or better.
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Example code on Ubuntu+node.js gives error re "await"

The error itself contains all the information you need for the troubleshooting. Probably you wrapped this code in some function (i.e. function testPayment() {...}). To make it work, add async ...
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How can I find my test transaction from Get Started Guide code on the Stellar TestNetwork?

Hard to tell what went wrong: You could check your account on Horizon directly: https://horizon-testnet.stellar.org/accounts/<your-address> or use a different explorer https://testnet.steexp....
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What is the status of the Stellar Open Institute? Can developers still get involved?

There are currently no active plans with the Stellar Open Institute. Instead, we have other initiatives in the works. To stay updated on what's coming, I recommend you sign up for the Stellar ...
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How can I find my test transaction from Get Started Guide code on the Stellar TestNetwork?

Every transaction should have an XDR blob associated with it. In order to troubleshoot your test transactions, you can breakdown the transaction you sent using the XDR Viewer on Stellar Laboratory ...
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Example code on Ubuntu+node.js gives error re "await"

As the error says, you can't call await unless you're in an async function. If you literally copy/pasted the example into an editor and ran it, the issue is that you aren't in a function - you're at ...
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