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We've gained a couple hundred new readers in the past few months, so I thought this could be a good time to revisit some of my favorite stories:

➡️ In my latest newsletter, I talk about how I got started in web development, and shared some of my early designs.

➡️ Here's one of my personal favorites: I share the story of investing in a private office space, and with a behind-the-scenes video, I show how I built out the space.

➡️ Lastly, from my very first waitlist newsletter, I explain the tech stack for LearnGit.io, and why I made an unconventional technology decision.

If you're a new reader, welcome! As for the subject line of this newsletter: I've been working on a personal project and this month it will finally release publicly. I'll talk more about that in the next newsletter.

Until then, I hope you have a good April!

Cheers,

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The Modern Coder

My name is Jack Lot Raghav, I'm a tech industry professional (ex Amazon) & growing YouTuber (28k @themoderncoder) building an online business (LearnGit.io). In this newsletter, I'll be sharing monthly technical & business insights as I strive for self-employment.

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