Team Treehouse Full Stack JavaScript final exam results
Team Treehouse Full Stack JavaScript final exam results

In short, yes.

If that’s all you need to hear, then consider yourself educated and I can say with confidence that you won’t be disappointed for the most part. However, if you would like a little more depth, let’s continue!

I started learning to code in April, 2020, and after a year of study, I have completed Treehouse’s Front End Web Development Techdegree as well as their Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree — both of which were overall, very positive experiences for me. …

Rover Rover

People rarely talk about the emotional investment that is made when switching careers. Considering the myriad of different reasons someone might feel the need to change lanes, I’ve found there to be a black hole of support when it comes to the difficulty of re-directing your whole life in a different direction.

I’m 31 years old and I’ve been a musician my whole life. For about 20 of those years, I’ve been a working guitarist. In April, 2020 (the best year so far, I think we can all agree) I decided to learn how to code. …

Photo by Nathan da Silva on Unsplash

So, you decided to learn to code back in March when the pandemic started. After all, none of your previous work mattered anymore. Either the industry came to a screeching halt (hospitality, theater, dance, arts, music, I feel for you ), or you got laid off or fired, or maybe you just reevaluated your life and realized, you’ve been spending too much time doing shit you don’t want to do.

You were motivated and didn’t want to be run over by the impending doom and gloom of not only COVID-related stress, but election year drama. …

Josh Nussbaum

web developer ~ musician

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