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AI Content Generator, Elon Musk as a Programmer, and The Milky Way's Feeding Habits

Last Week in Plain English
AI Content Generator, Elon Musk as a Programmer, and The Milky Way's Feeding Habits
By In Plain English • Issue #12 • View online
A simple confession: I like to write. A few days ago, I came down with a bad case of writer’s block. No matter how hard I racked my brains, I couldn’t come up with the right words to describe something. Wouldn’t it be a lot less of a hassle if there was software that could write for us based on the information we provide? With a tutorial on how to use the OpenAI GPT-3, that’s exactly what we’ll look at this week.
Speaking of tutorials, learn about 7 other JavaScript console methods besides console.log to boost your JS skills, become a standout web dev by building enterprise-class React apps, and get a simplified walkthrough of Web 3.0 architecture layers.
That’s not all, though. We’ve all had problems at work, and we’re here to help you figure out what to do if you’re fired from your software development job.
All this and more, on this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

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What can We do to Get More Women into Coding?
How Software Development Has Been Disrupted in the Last 10 Years
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Data Breaches Leak Nearly 6 Billion Accounts. Are You One of Them?
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