In December of 2017, the NativeScript team released a survey to take the pulse of our community. What are we doing right? What are we doing wrong? Where do you want to see NativeScript go in 2018? We’ve finished compiling the results and, while there were a few surprises, thankfully much of the data aligns with what we’ve witnessed over the past year in the mobile development space. Continue on for a closer look at some of the key insights we gleaned from this survey.
We have BIG news to share… Today, we’re announcing a new partnership between Treehouse and CodeNewbie for their #CNC2018 project! For those of you that haven’t been introduced yet, CodeNewbie is a global community of programmers and people learning…
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Last year, I shared a post in the Treehouse Community about how I keep myself motivated while learning to code, which received a lot of positive feedback. I’ve been a Treehouse student and moderator for four years and now work full-time in the tech…
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Welcome to 2018, everyone! Hopefully, you’re feeling as re-energized, motivated and as ready as we are to set new goals and challenges. But, before we move forward with the exciting year ahead, we’d like to highlight our proudest achievements and…
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Every month we’re honored to speak to Treehouse students about their incredible accomplishments since learning to code. Some students began learning with us as complete computer programming beginners, others used Treehouse to turn a coding hobby into a career. All of them…
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As we near the end of 2017 and head into the new year, it’s important to take time for reflection. Reflecting back on the past year will help you to refine and adjust your learning efforts so that you can…
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The holidays are almost upon us, which means some of you may be searching for the perfect gift for a programmer in your life (or even inspiration for your own wishlist). To make things a little easier this busy festive season, we’ve put together…
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While searching for an alternative to learning web development in university in Sweden, Jonas Stiernström came across Treehouse and began learning to code online. A few months later he enrolled in the Techdegree program and focused on growing his front…
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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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