Five Things #63 / by Ross Farley

Every Wednesday I share five things I've liked and think you might like too. Here are this week’s Five Things…

  1. One of my projects this year is learning to code. Learning anything from scratch is hard work, but it feels like I'm starting to make some progress. I've completed three projects in the last couple of weeks: a quote machine, a weather app and a Wikipedia viewer. I'll report back with my fourth project once I've made some progress! If you fancy learning to code, check out freeCodeCamp.
  2. Having opinions is easy, doing the work to justify holding them is less so: The Work Required To Have An Opinion.
  3. If you like birds (and high quality photography) you're going to like these: Birds Around the World in 31 Incredible Photos.
  4. I've been really enjoying the latest series of Dead Ringers. It seems whatever the state of our politics, it never ceases to be a great source of comedy.
  5. This week's musical recommendation is Moments Descend On My Windowpane by Rafael Anton Irisarri. If you like it, check out his album A Fragile Geography.

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