Don't you want advanced courses of the programing languages in sololearn?
well i do i really wanna master those languages and master programming and this app is really good for learning the basics so uppvote this question to that the admin see it and comment about your opinion
6/26/2017 4:00:16 AMayhem
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Of course that would be awesome :D I LOVE this app! Who loves it too?
I'd love a more advanced Ruby and Python course.
im 25 years old English language teacher. it has been about 4 years that i want to master my skills of coding on a specific coding language. However either because of inefficient time or helpless/time consuming lectures; i couldn't do much and also i lost my willingness. But now thanks to this app i feel back at home and sure I would be happier if it could give me more :)
Don't listen to the people saying that education shouldn't be free. Here's a link to a complete CS degree from top universities all for free. https://github.com/open-source-society/computer-science This is an effort by the top universities in the world to try to educate everyone. They believe even the poorest person should be able to get an education. Now you will not get a diploma but the lessons are EXACTLY the same as someone attending Harvard, Mit, Georgia Tech etc. Hope this helps.
I'm a coding teacher in Brazil and this app has been a good tool for my classes, I use this app like a homework and my students liked. I also has learned some coding languages that I didn't know. Then I really would like to learn more and more here, this will could awesome!
This is the first chance I've had to continue learning code, since losing everything I own in a fire a year ago
Someone said education should only be in the university. I completely disagree. MIT, Harvard, Standford also disagree with what Ace said. Go to Udemy, Udacity, Coursera. They have advanced classes CS from the schools I mentioned 100% free. As a matter fact you can have all the knowledge of a CS grad from Harvard free online. I have a link to all free resources if anyone is interested.
Hell Yeah!!!, I want it for C# and C++
don't worry some advance courses are coming soon.
It would be great to have advanced courses in Sololearn.
of course, i love sololearn app
Several of these courses and others are offered for free through edx.org as well from accredited schools. With edx.org you can audit the courses for free. you can also decide later to pay for the certificate and sometimes college credit hours. Either way, you gain the knowledge for free. And once you have that you'll be closer to your goals. Keep in mind that many potential employers often test the skills of new candidates so even if someone doesn't have a traditional degree they can often be viable candidates for employment as long as they know what they're doing.
yea very body want advanced course
I'm a new Sololearn user, and am still trying to familiarize myself with its features, in my opinion Sololearn has given a good starting point, the fundamentals, it is a free service so I didn't really expect even from the beginning that I could get/learn so much from it. Advanced course?, sure it would be nice, but in my opinion, Sololearn was built with community aspects in mind, so I think we (yes that's all Sololearn users) should contribute in that direction. I'm thinking of something like a git service, or the like, connected to Sololearn, where any member, regardless of their level or xp, can create projects, invite others to contribute, etc. That way everyone can share their knowledge, help the needs, and still learn more from others. But I think that may cost some (don't know about it), so maybe if it can be done, probably Sololearn may have to charge us for the service. Finally, Sololearn has some books for us to read, but if we all share the knowledge in each of the books that we have the effect would be enormous. After all, masters are no masters if they keep the good all to themselves, what good can a medical doctor bring if the knowledge learnt is not used to benefit of the many, cmiiw.
I agree so far sololearn takes you to a point and then thats just it.