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Codecademy is an online resource for learning to code. Many bootcampers start with Codecademy to get familiar with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Python, and Rails before applying to an immersive coding bootcamp. For students interested in a career-change, Codecademy offers the self-paced, online Codecademy Pro. 

Codecademy Pro allows students to choose a guided learning path to follow in data science, web development, machine learning, blockchain, and computer science. Each learning path includes interactive Livestream workshops, walk-through videos, and FAQs embedded within the lessons to make learning easier. 

Students complete real, portfolio-ready projects from the ground up. Codecademy Pro allows Pro members to connect with one another in order to collaborate, network, and share resources. Codecademy also has a mobile app, which enables students to continue learning on the go.

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  • Melanie
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    My main issue with this is that with pro intensive you get access to less modules/learning material than you do with Pro. Pro intensive costs more. Upon complaining, codeacademy claim that pro intensive is targetted at a basic level. However I would argue their wording is bad, and is false representation/misadvertisement of their products, as their website suggests pro intensive is the superior product.

    In order to gain access to the 15% missing material, you then have to sign up and pay for Pro anyway, even though you've already completed 85% of the course with pro intensive. 

    In addition, there are quite a few errors, which the moderators agree with, but months later, nothing has changed on the course.

    Disappointed as I would have been happy to have signed up to more with pro intensive, but not if I'm not going to get all the learning material.

     

  • Zhana L • Internet Analyst
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    I purchased an intensive for $199, which was advertised as "no prior knowledge required", in order to get certification students have to complete a final project that is beyond hard and is impossible to do with the instruction provided in the intensive.

    The instruction was basic, completely inadequate, and at other times incomprehensible. Final project does not even begin to correspond to the material provided in the course, and certainly requires prior expertise to complete.

    If you are attached to your sense of self-worth and your self-esteem at all, DO NOT buy their intensives.