Learning to code is challenging in itself; building a reputation as a trustworthy coder is even more challenging.
Pleasanton, CA (PRWEB) July 21, 2016
SoloLearn has just launched a live code feed in its Code Playground, allowing its community of 1.5 million coders to build and share coding portfolios while learning.
The Playground has been a popular and accessible resource for the coders to try their hand at real life coding and practice skills on the go. Surprisingly, over 90 percent of SoloLearn's coders create projects right on their mobile devices, which contradicts the common belief that a desktop or laptop is the only proper tool for coding. After the update is installed, the Live Feed features codes created or modified by the community.
"With this update, we aim to encourage users to express their creativity and create real programs that can be easily showcased," says co-founder and CTO David Kocharyan. “It also helps our community to strengthen their coder profiles while they learn to code by showcasing their coding portfolios and getting community endorsements for them."
With over eight hundred thousands of code-related activities performed by the community, and over ten thousand new members joining every day, providing the means to share this progress became a necessity. Today, learning to code is challenging in itself; building a reputation as a trustworthy coder is even more challenging. Skill development and reputation building are equally important attributes for success, and SoloLearn aims to become an ultimate destination, where all code-related activities organically transform into valuable, profitable skills for new coders.
SoloLearn is a globally growing community of mobile coders with highest engagement among high school and computer science students.