New year celebration is already over, and you have made up your mind what new year resolutions you want to achieve for the year 2012, I presume. Nonetheless, there is always time to squeeze in a late new year resolution. How about learning how to code?
According to TechCrunch, around 100,000 members already sign up for Codecademy’s codeyear.com in roughly 48 hours. By giving up your email address, each week folks at Codecademy will send you email which includes new programming lesson. Following the programming lessons within Codecademy’s emails, I guess you might learn how to program.
- Learn to Code in 2012 with Free Weekly Programming Lessons from Codecademy [Programming] (lifehacker.com)
- My New Year’s Resolution: Start Coding Again (avc.com)
- Resolution: Learn to code in 2012. Here’s how you can start (venturebeat.com)
- Still Looking For A New Year’s Resolution? How About Learning To Code … (techcrunch.com)
- Codecademy – Hands Down The Easiest Way To Code (makeuseof.com)
- Need A New Years Resolution: Learn To Code in 2012 (newcommbiz.com)
- Learn to Code in 2012 with Free Weekly Programming Lessons from Codeacademy [Programming] (lifehacker.com)
- How Long Do New Year’s Resolution Last? (now100fm.radio.com)
- Archive Your Old Mail and Start 2012 with a Clean and Tidy Inbox [Organization] (lifehacker.com)