As few as 5 percent of American schools have computer science classes, and most of them aren’t in poor, at-risk districts like Umatilla, Ore., where people earn around $15,000 per year on average. But better education & access to jobs could change that.
The course doesn’t just cover how to lock down your work; it explores how to responsibly share what you’ve created with more open licenses and copyright alternatives like Creative Commons.
The self-destructing messaging app reminds us of Mission Impossible.
Now, you’ll be able to soak in Treehouse’s coursework from just about anywhere. Lessons include everything from professionally produced instructional videos to an IDE for coding on the go.
Without question, tech is one of the hottest industries right now for young folks and ambitious job-seekers. But when you don’t start out on the inside, how do you scale the walls of the tech community?
While the job board will have a mix of positions at entry and management levels, Treehouse founder Ryan Carson said it speaks to his main passion: serving the underserved and marginalized.
“We know that exploring and modifying code is one of the best ways to master markup, so this tool will be a huge help to our students as they learn.”
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“All the kids are from at-risk homes. These kids have never coded before, and I’ve talked to them in person, and I’m 99 percent confident we will be able to place them in jobs.”
If you’ve been simultaneously intimidated and allured by the command line for too long, learn-to-code company Treehouse is here to help.
Learning to write a programming language often goes hand-in-hand with building a startup. Treehouse to the rescue!
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Treehouse, a learn-to-code-online company, is putting its platform where its mouth is and taking on one of America’s toughest towns, economically speaking: Detroit.
What’s Treehouse got that Codecademy ain’t got? A book deal, for one thing, says founder Ryan Carson.
Course helps you learn how to build animations, interactions, and other dynamic content into their creations.
Learn-to-code sites are all the rage. So are WordPress sites. This announcement from web wonderboy Ryan Carson is playing to a major trend.
More and more people are getting the itch to learn how to code — or wake up one day and realizing their futures depend on it. The “Geekfather” Ryan Carson is helping them through a series of onine courses, the latest one teaching PHP.
As technology becomes more and more ingrained in our everyday lives, you have to make a choice: Are you a consumer of tech, or are you someone who understands it?
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