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Our friends in downtown Orlando were featured in a New York Times blog today:
If you build it, they will code.
That’s the attitude behind a groundswell of learn-to-program start-ups, all competing to put aspiring coders through their paces online. With target audiences ranging from neophytes living under rocks – “What’s a browser?” – to tech-savvy kids, entrepreneurs and mid-level developers, these young Web companies use game mechanics and narrative techniques to hold users’ attention and are part of the ongoing boom in online education.
Here’s a look at three coding start-ups that are leading the way:
Sorry Codecademy, my love for Orlando made me skip your profile.
Congrats to all the hard work and innovativity it took to get to this point. Keep it up!