What's Up for Nontrads Monday, July 6th, 2015. The Scholy app plus Harvard also has a free coding class!

Last posting featured Khan Academy's FREE coding class online.

Now Harvard is also offering a free coding class. Here is that link: Free Harvard Online Coding Course: Is Coding for You?

From the article:

"Lessons introduce students to: binary, algorithms, Boolean expressions, arrays, threads, Linux, C, cryptography, debugging, security, dynamic memory allocation, compiling, assembling, File I/O, hash tables, trees, HTTP, HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL, JavaScript, Ajax, and dozens of other topics. You won’t finish the course as a fluent programmer, but you’ll have a solid understanding of how programming languages work."

You can also get credit for this course by enrolling in it, which is "about $2,050". Which is good if you think you will need it later on.

Another neat find:

Did you watch the latest (or repeat) Shark Tank last week? They featured an app maker who made a Scholarship App called Scholy. It has 10,000 - 20,000 different scholarships on it. Plus the price is definitely right at only 99 cents.

It's definitely give it a try. And if you do, comment below on whether you like it or not.


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