About the Codecademy community
Codecademy is an online community for Programmers with roughly 1.0M members.
In their own words
When we started Codecademy, our goal was to give anyone in the world the ability to learn the skills they’d need to succeed in the 21st century. We set out to create a new, interactive way of learning — making it engaging, flexible, and accessible for as many people as possible. Since then, we have helped millions of people worldwide unlock modern technical skills and reach their full potential through code.
This community has a forum
This community has a realtime chat
This community does not require an application to join
This community does not set up 1:1 pairing between its members
This community has discounts and perks for its members (potentially for a cost)
This community hosts offline events and meetups
This community does not have an associated newsletter
This community has a job board or provides career networking opportunities
This community does not require a paid membership
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