Open source software is thriving. Large corporations are building on software that rests on open collaboration, enjoying the many benefits of significant community adoption. Free and open source software is amazing for its ability to bring together many people from all over the world, and join their efforts and skills by their interests.
That said, and because we come from so many different backgrounds, it’s worth taking a moment to reflect on how we work together. The manner in which …
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Coding with Dyspraxia As I start writing this blog, I’ve just spent the last hour on a cold November afternoon getting to grips with Saving Instance state in Android. It was a lot of fun, challenging but fun. After watching…
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Happy Thanksgiving to our wonderful community of students! Each and every one of you inspires us every day with your dedication and all that you accomplish. As our CEO and co-founder Ryan Carson said last Thanksgiving “Thank you for putting in the hard…
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In the 90s, coding was just a hobby for Aaron Marks and too much fun to consider as a potential career. As life progressed, Aaron began coding less and less. It wasn’t until years later when he was working at a call center…
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32-year-old, AJ Longstreet from Ontario joined Treehouse with only the intention of learning the basics of the Python programming language, but it didn’t take long for him to get hooked on the problem-solving side of coding. With his newfound interest, AJ continued…
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We first met Laurie Gray, an inspiring Scottish Treehouse student, two years ago when he shared his story with us. In less than a year of learning with Treehouse, Laurie had learned to code, switched career paths, started his own freelance…
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Although Jim Syphokham had always loved technology, he was intimidated by programming and never had the confidence to consider a career in web development. Instead, Jim chose a very different path after high school, expecting a college degree to secure him a good…
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We have A LOT of courses at Treehouse. 297 courses and 265 workshops to be exact, but that number grows each week as we add new content to the Library. If you’re new to Treehouse and know exactly what you’re interested…
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When you hear that anyone can learn the skills they need to become a developer, there’s one important caveat. If you’re going to learn to code, you need to be willing to work hard. Coding is an attainable skill, but…
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We all know learning a new skill isn’t easy. It takes dedication, patience, determination and self-discipline. But when it comes to learning to code, there are a few additional challenges that you’ll face that are unique to becoming a developer….
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