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  <h1 class="text-center">Quincy Larson</h1>

  <div class="container-fluid quincy"> <img src="" alt="Portrait of Quincy Larson"></img>

  <h2 class="text-center">An Inspirational Innovator</h2>

    <p>Quincy Larson is a software developer who took up programming after graduate school and created freeCodeCamp as a way to streamline a student's progress from beginner to job-ready.<br> 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.<br><br> The self-paced curriculum[6]
      involves 1,200 hours of interactive coding challenges and web development projects, plus 800 hours of contributing to open-source[7] projects for nonprofits and is constantly expanded by more challenges and projects.[3] This translates into about
      one year of full-time coding. The curriculum is divided into Front-end development, data visualization, back-end development, and full-stack development. Participants receive a certificate after completing each section.<br><br>

    <ul><b>Ways Quincy has changed the process of learning code:</b>
      <li>By giving people access to quality education that otherwise could not afford it.

        <li>By making the learning process natural and easy.</li>
        <li>By giving people with a busy schedule an option to learn on the own time.
        <li>By giving people who don't like a classroom setting other options to learn</li>
        <ol>Links to more info about Quincy:

          <li> <a href="" target="blank">linkedin profile showing his professional experience/qualifications</a></li>
            <a href="" target="blank">A nice biography type post written by Quincy
    <li><a href="" target="blank">More about his magnificent creation, FreeCodeCamp</li>



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