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Software Description:

Treehouse is an online education platform helping users to learn code, make apps, and start their own businesses.

Treehouse’s web development and programming courses are focused at the beginner to intermediate level. Treehouse also has a range of other courses to teach users marketing skills and other business competencies.

Treehouse’s courses are taught through a collection of short videos, interactive challenges, quizzes etc. User’s can earn badges for the progress they make on the platform!

Software Description:

Improved grammar makes for improved writing; Grammarly’s promise is to help you convey what you mean, mistake-free.

With more than 4-million certified users and 350 licensed businesses and universities, Grammarly is a trusted writing-assist software, designed to strengthen your vocabulary usage, check over 250 grammatical errors, and detect the erroneous use of words and phrases.

Grammarly premium goes even further, ‘supercharging’ your writing skills with 150+ additional grammar rule checks, plagiarism tests, and citation suggestions.

Software Description:

Code School is an online web technology education platform with approximately 40 courses covering key developer skills such as JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Ruby, Android and iOS.

Courses on Code School are taught by experienced instructors through high-quality videos and interactive exercises. Code School's learning platform is suitable for all skill levels — from beginner to advanced.

Content and tutorials are regularly updated with High-Definition, carefully produced video instruction. The platform hosts an in-browser coding system to test code right from your web browser.

Code School gamifies its experience to help ensure users successfully complete their courses.

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Summary:

  • Interactive and video learning: Treehouse has 650+ tutorial videos and adds new content every week. Video learning is supported by quizzes and interactive code challenges.

  • Learn web, mobile and business development: Learn all the basic skills to get your business off the ground.

  • Earn badges: Earn badges as you progress and stay motivated to succeed. Some companies are even known to recruit new employees based off the badges they’ve earned.

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  • Grammar checker: Grammarly scans your writing in realtime, checking the appropriate use of some 250 advanced grammar rules.

  • Context checker: It’s common for us to spell words correctly, but place them in the wrong context. Grammarly detects the erroneous use of words such as effect/affect, they’re/their/there, and many other frequently muddled words.

  • Vocabulary enhancement: Grammarly suggests words that can enhance the context of your written document. Help your words make an impact, not a crash.

  • More than 4-million trusted users: Users range anywhere from bloggers to business professionals, but in general, Grammarly's designed for anyone who wants to write better.

Summary:

  • Advance your coding abilities: Whether you’re a complete beginner or you’ve been programming for decades, Code School’s HD videos and experienced instructors can maximize your skills.

  • Try before you buy: Approximately one in every five course on Code School is free. Try out introductory classes for Ruby, Git, jQuery etc.

  • Gamified Complete your courses with Code School’s points and badges system.

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Founded:
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Based in:
Portland
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Founded:
2008
Based in:
San Francisco
Employees:
51-200
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7.16m
Followers:
166k

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Founded:
2011
Based in:
Orlando
Employees:
11-50
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Regional Restrictions:
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Who uses Grammarly
  • Personal
  • Freelance
  • Startups
  • SMEs
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
Languages:
English
Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.

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