Hello everyone! 2021 has been quite a year, hasn't it? Amidst challenges, I am very happy that we got through all of it and achieved amazing milestones and I hope you did as well. This 2022, I am excited to say that there will be more content that I'm sure everyone will enjoy. Let's talk about all of them.But first! if you're not aware, I've recently published a new video on our YouTube channel talking about the plans I have for 2022, so if you haven't watched it yet, feel free to do so below.\n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/NM2Z7hf0YNE\n\n\n\n\nOtherwise, we can proceed and talk about them here instead.\n\n\n\nPlan to take my master's degree.\n\n\n\nI've been working on this for months and I am very excited to say that, yes I am planning to take my master's degree. But, why? There are many reasons why I decided to take master's degree and one of them is due to the fact that I am looking for further knowledge (Isn't really the point?) and experiences. I've been going through my past experiences and I feel like I haven't fully exposed myself to the CS industry. In my whole entire life, I've only worked remotely, collaborated online, and the only professional experiences that I had were not really related to the industry that I'm supposed to be in.\n\n\n\nSo, by taking master's degree and by going out of my comfort zone, I am hoping that I get exposed to a real-life situation where I get to collaborate with CS professionals or businesses. In addition, I am wanting to further build this community and business that I have. I want to be able to create more and help programmers like myself to solve problems and create web applications.\n\n\n\nThere is a saying that I always keep in my mind: "Do not compare yourself to others" and I try not to, but there are moments that you can't avoid comparing yourself to others when life is full of competitions and challenges. So here I am, trying to look for an opportunity to be a better engineer.\n\n\n\n2022 for WeeklyHow\n\n\n\nThere are so many plans for WeeklyHow, I've already mentioned one in the previous take, but there will be more! I will be creating more content for our YouTube channel, create more courses, and make this website a little more easier to use.\n\n\n\n More YouTube videos!\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nI will be creating more of these and cover more topics other than Shopify. I believe I promised in one of my older videos that I will be covering TailwindCSS, so in 2022, I will do that. Of course, I will create more Shopify videos, I will learn about Hydrogen so I can make a tutorial about that, I will also create a new series for Shopify app\/theme development. Maybe GitHub tutorials? Maybe continue Unity? We'll see. But one thing is for sure, I will experiment and try a new format for my tutorials. I will try to make it more watchable or easier to digest. I've been watching plenty of YouTube videos lately and I feel like I can make ours a little better. So, watch out for that :)\n\n\n\nMore courses!\n\n\n\nI will be creating more courses but I won't be spoiling the topics. I hope I get to publish 4 more courses this year though.\n\n\n\nMake WeeklyHow better\n\n\n\nThis 2021, I've managed to improve our learning system, use a different video host (for some courses) and upgrade our video player. This 2022, my goal is to make the site a little more easier to use. So, changes in frontend might come pretty soon. I will also remove the FREE courses since most of them are not fully finished. However, I will try to replace them with something better.\n\n\n\nWrapping up\n\n\n\nOne thing is for sure, 2021 has been a very challenging year for all of us. It's had ups and downs, but in the end, we've managed to become a better person or at least I hope so for myself. This 2022 would not be here without the support of each and everyone in our community, so thank you very much!I promise to deliver everyone another quality content or tools that you need to make the eCommerce community a better place for all of us.