This isn’t mentioned in your article, but one of the biggest aspects of freeCodeCamp is its YouTube channel, which has hundreds of free courses on topics like Python, Git, GraphQL, SQL, database schema design, and a lot of advanced topics. Many of these are 10+ hours long — in a single video with no ads.
We’ll add a full age breakdown once we have had time to look into the data more. I can tell you that based on freeCodeCamp’s overall traffic, about 1/4 are under 25, about 2/4 are 25–35, and about 1/4 are over over 35.
I wrote an article a while back that you might find helpful:
Thanks for your thoughtful analysis of the chat history. It’s great to have you in the Data Science room thinking about all these aspects of the community quantitatively. 👍
Thanks for your ideas, Ryan.
We’re open to considering other ways to raise funds in the future. For now we want to keep it simple.
Getting small donations from people in the rapidly-growing freeCodeCamp community is a reliable method, and our interests are aligned with the community’s interests.
Congratulations on this successful event. It looks like everyone had a great time.
I enjoyed joining to give my lecture on technical blogging. Thanks for inviting me.
You have got some exciting things going on in Warri. Congratulations on getting securing so many…
I couldn’t have worded this better myself. Developers who succeed aren’t “special.” They are just enthusiastic and persist long enough to get good at building software.