The MakeCode monthly newsletter is out Saturday, actually! #MakeCode #Adafruit @MSMakeCode @Adafruit
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Due to a human error (the human in question is me, John Park) this month’s MakeCode Newsletter will be going out tomorrow — Saturday, July 24 — instead of the regularly scheduled Friday release. Sorry for the delay!
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