Free Code Camp Map

Free Code Camp Map – Start coding (it’s free) Our curriculum is divided into 4 certifications. These certifications are standardized, and instantly verifiable by your freelance clients and future employers. Like everything else at Free Code Camp, these certifications are free. We recommend doing them in order, but you are free to jump around. The first three certifications take 400 hours each, and the final certification takes 800 hours, and involves building real-life projects for nonprofits. If you complete all 2,080 hours worth of challenges and projects, you’ll earn our Full Stack Development Certification. We’ll offer you free coding interview practice. We even offer a job board where employers specifically hire campers who’ve earned Free Code Camp certifications. Challenges required for certifications Read More …

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Developer Survey Results 2017

Developer Survey Results 2017 Published on stackoverflow.com Overview Developer Profile Technology Work Community Methodology Overview This year, over 64,000 developers told us how they learn and level up, which tools they’re using, and what they want. Each year since 2011, Stack Overflow has asked developers about their favorite technologies, coding habits, and work preferences, as well as how they learn, share, and level up. This year represents the largest group of respondents in our history: 64,000 developers took our annual survey in January. As the world’s largest and most trusted community of software developers, we run this survey and share these results to improve developers’ lives: We want to empower developers by providing them with rich information about themselves, their industry, Read More …

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How to Learn Data Science – Infographic

Learn Data Science – Infographic Published October 18th, 2016 in Learning Data Science on Datacam.com by After being dubbed by Harvard Business Review as “sexiest job of the 21st Century” in 2012, Glassdoor named it “the best job of the year” for 2016.However, the stance towards data scientists has changed considerably over those four years: in 2012, the majority of articles focused on trying to explain what a data scientist is and what they do exactly. Back then, a short search on Google on the words “How to become a data scientist” showed that the concept had different meanings to different people. In 2016, this search still gives you a variety of articles and a broad range of opinions on Read More …

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How to choose which coding language you should learn first

Which Programming Language Should I Learn First? [Infographic] Published on carlcheo.com by Carl Cheo Before choosing your first programming language, you should also check out this infographic on What Is Programming And What Do Programmers Do. So you want to learn programming. Maybe you have asked your developer friends for recommendations and get different answers. They explained with terms that you don’t understand (what is object-oriented?!). To help you to pick your first programming language to learn, here is an easy-to-understand infographic that recommends the best option, depending on your purpose and interest. Details such as learning difficulty, popularity, and average salary for each computer programming language are provided too.I have also compiled a list of best programming tools and resources for each programming language, Read More …

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