Friends Don’t Let Friends Learn to Code Alone
Software is built collaboratively, so why would you learn how to do it alone?
Paul Graham, founder of YCombinator, says, “Even if you could do all the work yourself, you need colleagues to brainstorm with, to talk you out of stupid decisions, and to cheer you up when things go wrong.”
So let’s talk about the startup of you. With Launch Academy Online, we surround you with like-minded peers who are going through the exact same journey. We believe that learning is better together, and so should you Here’s why:
Someone to Brainstorm With
When it comes to writing code, there’s always more than one way to solve a problem. When you work with a peer or a group, you benefit from different perspectives and approaches. As this knowledge is exchanged, it really raises the capability and growth potential of the entire group.