It’s much the same as many of the other coder camp type places. Udacity seems to be of the plan, we will show you a little, here’s some reference, a little do it yourself quiz, now create a site with what you’ve learned but also a couple extra bits that you’ll need to look up with the reference. So far so good. I believe all the classes can be viewed for free, which is what sets it apart from the others. The nanodegree just gets you 1 on 1 pair programming/question time and graded projects with comments on how you did and how to do it more professionally.

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