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Learning to Code in 2022, Colour Changing Cars, and the Fate of E3

Last Week in Plain English
Learning to Code in 2022, Colour Changing Cars, and the Fate of E3
By In Plain English • Issue #10 • View online
With the new year comes new year’s resolutions - getting back in shape, creating our bucket list of habits to kick, or maybe, simply wanting to learn something new? Well, if you want to finally get started with programming this year, we have the perfect courses for you - and they’re absolutely free to boot! And a guide to set you on the right path with frontend web development.
In a similar vein, get to know about the things that are destroying your productivity as a developer and the biggest obstacles to becoming a self-taught web developer.
In addition, we have color-changing cars and remotes that eat wifi, computer systems that recognize hand gestures as inputs, bits about falling bitcoin prices, and the E3 Gaming Convention.
All this and more on this week’s edition of Last Week in Plain English.

The 5 Biggest Obstacles to Becoming a Self-Taught Web-Developer In 2022
15 free Programming courses to check out in 2022
8 things that destroy developer productivity
Bitcoin prices fall to lowest in months after US Fed remarks
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