52-technologies-in-2016 - Let's learn a new technology every week

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I have taken a challenge to learn a new technology every week in 2016. The goal is to learn a new technology, build a simple application using it, and blog about it. I have decided to discontinue this series after writing 42 blogs. No more blogs will be published in this series. Thanks for your support.

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