Learn = [To_Code]

Learn = [To_Code]

Coding has become a must-have skill for millennials. Nowadays most sexy jobs require basic code understanding, but many of us didn’t learn to code during high school or even college. There are many online courses and night school programs focused on code-ed, but traditional coding classes tend to be boring, confusing, and not structured in a way you can learn at your own pace. Codeacademy changes all of this by using an online-based platform to deliver its classes in a non-traditional way. Each subject is broken down into a list of exercises and then structured in a game-like form. The platform leverages the concept of learn-by-engagement by presenting tasks that slowly introduce basic concepts and make you apply them based on given examples.  There is no class schedule or online session to attend; just fire up the platform and login when you’re ready to practice. You can blast through the exercises or take your time with the ones you don’t find as easy. If you get stuck, you can either use their built-in blog to get help from other coders in the community (which, in our experience, tend to be very actively engaged); or, if you prefer, you may upgrade to Codeacademy Pro to get instant help and live support from a professional. Whether your objective is to learn a programing language like Python, Ruby, JavaScript or CSS or you’re looking to enhance your web programing or data analysis skills, Codeacademy offers you the opportunity to take things at your own pace. We discovered this is the perfect tool to keep yourself busy and productive during downtime at the office.


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