Here are three links worth your time:

  1. Typography can make your design… or it can break it (7 minute read)
  2. So what’s this GraphQL thing I keep hearing about? (12 minute read)
  3. Whose movie ratings should you trust? IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, or Fandango? A data scientist investigates (12 minute read)

Bonus: Breaking Into Startups interviewed me about the origins of freeCodeCamp, and why everyone should learn to code if they want to fully participate in the 21st century economy (56 minute listen)

Thought of the day:

“Program. Or be programmed.” — Douglas Rushkoff

Image of the day:

In addition to yesterday’s analysis, Google engineer Felipe Hoffa wrote a follow-up article with additional information about the most popular open source projects in Africa.

After controlling for the top 75 projects overall, here are the most popular open source projects in each African country that had at least 500 developers on GitHub:

Study group of the day:

freeCodeCamp Dhaka

Happy coding!

– Quincy Larson, teacher at freeCodeCamp

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