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Technical interview preparation: 6 tips from Codecademy developers

Technical interview preparation: 6 tips from Codecademy developers

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Technical interviews offer potential employers a way to see how you think on your feet, and to make sure that your skills stack up against your resume. But if you’ve never had a technical interview before, we know just how nerve racking it can be — especially when it’s the last stage in your journey…
7 Tips for Learning from Home While Social Distancing

7 Tips for Learning from Home While Social Distancing

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people the world over are learning from home for the first time. Students are attending school in virtual classrooms. And millions of others are spending time learning new skills while social distancing.We know that doing so from home can be tough, whether you're learning to code or another skill. That's…
Learn From Home: A Guide for Teachers, Students, and Parents During Covid-19

Learn From Home: A Guide for Teachers, Students, and Parents During Covid-19

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School may have stopped, but learning never does.Dear teachers, students, and parents,With schools closing rapidly in the wake of this unprecedented pandemic, people around the world have been thrown into an uncertain situation. To lend a hand during this time, we’re giving away 10,000 student scholarships to Codecademy Pro, which unlocks all the courses and…
MySpace and the Coding Legacy it Left Behind

MySpace and the Coding Legacy it Left Behind

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For an entire generation, MySpace was a gateway to the addictive social networking platforms that are now a ubiquitous feature of our lives. And for many members of that same generation, MySpace was a gateway to another inescapable part of modern life—writing code.Since the site’s demise nearly ten years ago, certain totems of the MySpace…
Protect Your Personal Data By Thinking Like a Data Scientist

Protect Your Personal Data By Thinking Like a Data Scientist

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Data is a currency, and many of us spend it more often than we realize. When we use a “free” search engine that tracks our searches, or a social media platform that maps and analyzes our relationships, or even a grocery store rewards card that offers discounts in exchange for a record of our shopping…
Learning Analytics at ALT-C 

Learning Analytics at ALT-C 

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The Association for Learning Technology (ALT) represents technologists, academics, designers, researchers and policy makers from many organisations and sectors across the UK. All members have an interest in learning technology. ALT-C is the annual conference which is attended by around 500 members and has an impressive attendee to presenter ratio of about 2:1. Like all…
When One Teaches, Two Learn: Meet Codecademy’s Community

When One Teaches, Two Learn: Meet Codecademy’s Community

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Codecademy believes that “When one teaches, two learn,” a quote attributed to Robert Heinlein. To turn that belief into a reality for people learning to code, Codecademy hosts an online community with tens of thousands of members. Across the globe, people meet and connect on their learning journeys, helping to motivate one another, celebrate accomplishments,…
How to Start a Group Project

How to Start a Group Project

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Teamwork makes the dream work. As you develop your coding skills with Codecademy, you will eventually reach a point when you will want to take your new knowledge and use it to build a complex project. One way to create a fully-formed project is to assemble a team of collaborators to work on the project…
Announcing the Winners of the C++ Community Challenge

Announcing the Winners of the C++ Community Challenge

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When we launched Learn C++ Module 5: Vectors and Module 6: Functions, we also kicked off a month-long C++ Community Challenge—an opportunity for C++ Pro learners to team up and build something amazing together. The project was open-ended, and each team's submission was judged based on: Use of C++ vectors and functions in code. Collaboration.…
Web Scraping MLB Stats with Python and Beautiful Soup

Web Scraping MLB Stats with Python and Beautiful Soup

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Codecademy exercises have nicely packaged data prepared for us to use. However, there will be many occasions when we would like to explore a question that does not have a dataset ready for us to download. For example, based on their performance last year, which MLB players should I select in my fantasy baseball draft?…

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