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Learning to code sounds like a fairly beeline line idea. You learn about coding, then you know how right? Well, it isn’t always that easy, because there are just so darn many ways to code a web page or app. There are actually a dozen altered ways you could piece your idea together, and you’ll learn all of ‘em with this Learn to Code 2017 bundle of courses.

Speaking at annual tech shindig,TechFest, Apple design guru Jony Ive hit us with some hard truth: we’re using our phones too much. Granted, we didn’t need Ive to tell us this: assorted studies have come to the same conclusion, and that cessation is that smartphones are basically the worst, and the best, but also the worst.

Nintendo’s SNES Mini had been out for all of four days before hackers and tinkerers absurd the code and began adding their own games. And it’s a head-scratcher, really. Not that hackers managed to hijack firmware and add their own titles, but that Nintendo didn’t offer them up itself as agenda downloads.

After Apple drops a new adaptation of iOS in our laps each year, it doesn’t take long to find tutorials bustling up about how to roll back to a antecedent adaptation for those that just can’t handle change. And Apple, for its part, is absolutely okay with this. Or, absolutely okay with, anyway.

You want to work out or hit the open road and you want to listen to Spotify alive music while to do it. However, you DON’T want to drag your bulky, awkward and somewhat brittle smartphone along for the ride. That got the folks at Mighty thinking…so they jumped in to create the ultimate music on-the-go player that works after a smartphone or Internet connection.