Do professionals list SoloLearn activity on resumes?
This is my favorite app. It is a wonderful learning tool with a supportive user community, and it appears many of you work in programming. That said, is it common for professionals/non-traditional students to mention SoloLearn on a resume?
SoloLearn only provides tutorials for basic knowledge regarding programming languages. Advanced courses are not included, and hence SoloLearn may not appeal to employers as a viable source of certification. That said, it does not hurt to mention SL in your resume along with your projects.