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Udacity Nanodegree Course Handbook

This week the first batch of students started the Nanodegree for Self-Driving Engineers on the online platform Udacity.This three-part course that will take nine months participants will learn about algorithms and methods to program autonomous vehicles. 449 more words


Good game!

I finished the object-oriented-programming project. I coded a game! Take a shot at it here: https://tamminhdao.github.io/ArcadeGame/

Object oriented JavaScript has been an interesting journey. It took me a total of 6 weeks to complete this section of the nanodegree, the longest I’ve spent in a particular section so far. 631 more words

Udacity Creates Another Way For Its Graduates to Earn Cash

Online learning company Udacity tries to ensure that graduates of its technical degree programs like Android engineering get jobs when they complete their studies. The company provides career counseling and has even partnered with companies like Google to match students with jobs. 322 more words



I haven’t given up yet! There is quite a learning curve which has set me back a bit. On top of that, I’ve started full time work again while juggling with a new baby. 273 more words


Heck.  I did not quite realise the scale of these things…


Review of Udacity's FEWD Nanodegree and Free Code Camp

I’m doubtful this post will get much attention considering I don’t try too hard to advertise this blog, but hopefully recruiters and novice-coders will benefit from this post. 1,303 more words

På plass i Dubai, og Full Stack er igang

Nå begynner vi endelig å komme på plass her. Vi har fått internett, og jeg har fått satt opp et lite kontor. Jeg har også rukket å starte på en ny Nanodegree hos Udacity, nemlig  336 more words