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4 года назад

Codecademy started to help anyone learn the skills they need in order to succeed in the twenty-first century. We want Codecademy to be with you everywhere - learning shouldn't be confined to a classroom or a desktop computer.

We launched our first iPhone app, Codecademy: Hour of Code, for anyone in the world to get started learning to code on the go. We've built an entirely new Codecademy experience for mobile that includes the sa...

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Today, Codecademy is really pleased to announce our partnership with Computing at School (CAS), the leading authority on the new computing curriculum in England. England is the first country to mandate programing in schools. Starting in September 2014, students aged between 5-16 will learn HTML, CSS, Python and JavaScript. CAS were largely responsible for designing the curriculum objectives, and are leading the way in teacher training.

Teach...

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It's that time of the year again. The air is crisper, lattes are spiced with pumpkin-flavor extract, and Codecademy is coming to a campus near you!

Codecademy is taking to the road for a whirl-wind college tour up and down the eastern seaboard. We've had a great time sharing stores from our college fellowship program and spilling the technical details on how we evaluate up to 5,000 code submissions a second (over 25 million a day!) ...

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A few of us at Codecademy spent the weekend at MIT for HackMIT - a hackathon involving over 1000 college students from around the world. It's been an awesome experience seeing so many coders in one location hacking away at amazing projects.

The atmosphere inspired us to start hacking ourselves. For our hack, we decided to programmatically find the most active Codecademy users at HackMIT and give them some love and swag.

By querying ou...

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As some of you may have realized, Friday morning at about 10:00am, our site was not operable for 2 hours. We apologize for the inconvenience and wanted to explain to you why this happened.

Our hosting provider, Amazon Web Services (AWS), was having networking issues. This affected our app servers, app load balancer, and redis boxes. Some of you may have noticed a 503 error, which was thrown by our CDN (content delivery network). During these ...

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We're always asking ourselves how we can help users when they get stuck while working through our courses. I had an idea at a company hackathon that turned into a big project.

For the past few weeks we've been running my idea as an experiment: when certain users write code that returns a common syntax error, we show them a snippet of code from the glossary that's an example of what they were trying to do.

The idea was that people...

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5 лет назад

Education never exists in a vacuum. Here's what we've been reading this week.

Andrew McAffee: What will future jobs look like?

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"In this TED talk an economist outlines trends in the global job market,
particularly the growing divide between middle class workers who have
and do not have the skills to fully engage in a technology-dominated
future."

— Brett, product manager

Don't Blame the Work Force

"This contr...

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