Saturday, August 5, 2017

Learn to code with SoloLearn on Android with your friends.

Learning to code takes time and a lot of practice, but that shouldn't deter you from trying. It's similar to learning any spoken language, the more practice you have, the better. And I believe any kid and adult today should learn coding. Now, if you're asking yourself where to start, I have an easy answer for you. Android has a lot of learning apps in store and there's two that I can recommend and SoloLearn is one of them.

SoloLearn gives you a wide choice for you to pick from as a beginner. You can easily pick among various coding languages such as C++, C#, Java, SQL, HTML5 etc. With SoloLearn on your device, you can learn wherever you are and compare your progress with other members of the community and exchange ideas them, making the learning experience fun and engaging.

The community is what's going to get you going and SoloLearn is well aware of that. In the last update to their Android app, they added the search functionality for you to quickly search your followers and following list.

This update also includes a fix about a wrong round bug in the Play section. I'm not sure what that means, but it's been fixed. So that's a good thing. The update also includes the usual bug fixes and improvements.

So, whether you're a kid or not and want to start coding, SoloLearn is your starting point. The app will track your progress and even deliver a certificate at the end of the course that you can print out and add to your CV.

To get started, download the app free in Google Play Store and enjoy coding.

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