Goodbye 2021, Never See You Again

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2021 is the first year after the pandemic. We thought that everything would return to normal after lockdown and vaccination. Unexpectedly, the reality is more complicated than in 2020. The recurring virus variants are killing our will. Inflation and various crises have brought our lives into HARD mode.

Fortunately, there is writing, and you readers have allowed me to persevere in sharing my stories, experiences, and insights with you. Thank you all.

2021 is my second year in Medium. I have published 23 stories and got a “top writer” in Technology and self-driving topics. Now I have 780 followers, and I got a lot of claps from you. Thank you again.

In these 23 articles, we discussed Tesla FSD in depth.

We talked about the Hexspeak story.

I also shared some of my programming experience: python, javascript and

machine learning, etc.

In Inside This Week Tech, we discuss the latest trends from technology giants.

On the last day of 2021, I want to thank you for your company. Let all the unsatisfactory stay in 2021. The time comes to 2022, and I hope everything will return to normal. 2022 is a brand new and hopeful year.




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