Learn to Code

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It’s the end of the second week in January—still going strong on your resolutions for 2012? If so, you should add another! If not, why not pick up something you can actually stick with all year long? Learn to code in 2012 through Codeacademy’s Code Year.

Code Year is made up of free, interactive tutorials that will teach you how to write code. New programming lessons are sent to participants each week. Not interested in getting more email? You don’t have to sign up—a Codeacademy account isn’t necessary to access the program through their website. Though some of us could probably use the weekly reminder.

If you’re a designer who wants to learn how to program, this might be an opportunity worth looking into. If you have other resources or opportunities to learn relevant skills, we’d love to hear about them. Get in touch via our website, or give us a shout on Facebook and Twitter.

By aigacharlotte
Published January 13, 2012
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