The freeCodeCamp curriculum is open source and has been around since 2014, with thousands of volunteers contributing improvements. This means Seeda School learners have the opportunity to make contributions if there’s something we’d like to change or improve. freeCodeCamp has also built in accessibility considerations such as internet speed, screen readers, and a free curriculum for folks from all income backgrounds. Lastly, every year thousands of people who join the freeCodeCamp community get their first software developer job. If you're curious, you can browse their alumni network on LinkedIn.
The community also has:
- A forum where you can usually get programming help or project feedback within hours.
- A technical publication with thousands of programming tutorials and articles about math and computer science.
- A Discord server where you can hang out and talk with developers and people who are learning to code.
With that said, we do not represent freeCodeCamp and we are not officially affiliated in any way. Seeda School is not officially endorsed by freeCodeCamp but its curriculum is leveraged by many educators and coaches globally (like us), thanks to it’s open source BSD-3 license.