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<div class="container">  <h1 id = "title">The FreeCodeCamp <h1>
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     <p class="FCCtext" id="tribute-info"><b>freeCodeCamp</b> (also referred to as “<b>Free Code Camp</b>”) is a nonprofit organization that consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, Medium publications, and local organizations that intend to make learning web development accessible to anyone. Beginning with tutorials that introduce students to HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, students progress to project assignments that they must complete either alone or in pairs. Upon completion of all project tasks, students are partnered with other nonprofits to build web applications, giving the students practical development experience.</p>
    <h2> History of FreeCodeCamp</h2>
    <p >freeCodeCamp was launched in October of <strong>2014</strong> and incorporated as Free Code Camp, Inc. The founder, Quincy Larson, is a software developer to job-ready.</p>

    <p>In a <strong>2015</strong> podcast interview, he summarized his motivation for creating freeCodeCamp as follows: “freeCodeCamp is my effort to correct the extremely inefficient and circuitous way I learned to code. I’m committing my career and the rest of my life towards making this process as efficient and painless as possible. All those things that made learning to code a nightmare to me are things that we are trying to fix with freeCodeCamp.”</p>

<p>The original curriculum focused on MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js and was estimated to take <strong>800</strong> hours to complete. Many of the lessons were links to free material on other platforms, such as Codecademy, Stanford, or Code School. The course was broken up into “Waypoints” (quick, interactive tutorials), “Bonfires” (algorithm challenges), “Ziplines” (front-end projects), and “Basejumps” (full-stack projects). Completing the front-end and full-stack projects awarded the student with respective certificates.</p>

  <p>The curriculum was updated in January <strong>2016</strong> to rely less on outside material, remove the unconventional section names, and switch focus from AngularJS to React.js as the front-end library of choice. There were a number of additions to the coursework, including D3.js and Sass, which brought the total time estimate to <strong>2,080</strong> hours and two more certificates, data visualization and back-end.</p>
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    <div class="col-sm-8 " ><p>Quincy Larson is the Founder of Free Code Camp, and previously was the director of several schools in the U.S. and China. He is also Teacher at <a href="" target="_blank" id="tribute-link"></a> - Learn to code for free and editor of Medium's largest technology publication. </p></div>
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