Thursday, July 11, 2013
Learning Code? Try Codecademy! (Lightening Review)
What is it?
An awesome, web-based course site that teaches many programming languages in a easy to understand format without any unneeded clutter and the ability to run in basically every browser (although as a Chrome/Chrome OS fanatic I must suggest you opt for something of a Googly taste).
Who is it for?
Everybody. And their brother too.
What is your favorite thing about it?
It's easy to use, understand, and best of all, learn from. I like that the lessons speak in a vernacular that I'm familiar with as a human being, and not a ton of overly complicated words that I've never heard of crushed into one big lesson. Granted, I know HTML, but I love relearning it and refreshing my knowledge with this app in an easy and free way. By the way, it's FREE. As in free beer.
What don't you like about it?
I don't like that it isn't the most popular way to code yet. This shit is amazing.
Honestly, if you've coded before or never coded at all, this site is for you. For the experienced coder, it's a fun refresher. For the newbie, it's definitely a new way to learn how to program, or at least, how programming languages operate. There's a lot to like and not really anything to dislike, and for free, it's all worth it, right?
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