Scrimba allows you to study whenever and wherever the topics or concepts you want. It also replaces classroom instruction with interactive screencasts, live events, and student-to-student help.
Scrimba is an interactive learning platform for front-end developers. It combines the best teachers with our custom-made interactive video format, giving the impression that you're pairing programming with the teacher.
Scrimba offers: A friendly online community meetups.
A gathering, especially a regular gathering of people who share a common interest and have met through a social-networking website
- YouTube celebrities, including World-class instructors.
- To place in a good industry or company.
- Line to line learning and cheers to the achievement.
- Conducts live events and streams
- Web development weekly challenges
- Day-to-daily assignment or weekly tests to be conducted
How to Become a Self-Taught Web Developer
Learning to code is only one aspect of becoming a self-taught web developer. It would be best if you prepared yourself for a career in technology. Scrimba not only teaches you how to code but also prepares you for the job market by covering everything on the web developer preparation checklist.
Frontend Developer Career Path
Scrimba explains their course, "This career path will teach you how to be a hireable frontend developer and ace the job interview. It includes more than 70 hours of high-quality tutorials, hundreds of coding challenges, and dozens of real-world projects."
Is scrimba a Bootcamp?
In a nutshell, no, we are not. We aim to provide the same value at a 100X lower price, so there will be some differences. Scrimba gives you the freedom to study whenever and wherever you want. We also replace classroom instruction with interactive screencasts, live events, and student-to-student help.
Getting help from teachers?
At Scrimba, getting help is done peer-to-peer, which means that students help and support one another rather than teacher-to-student. This is a critical component in charging 1% of what coding boot camps charge.
Anytime you want. All of our courses are self-paced, so you can complete them whenever you want. You can sign up and begin right away if you want to.
If you send an email to [email protected] with the number of tickets you need, we will make a special invoice for you.
If you work quickly, you can complete the career path in three months. But it's reasonable to expect that it will take you 6–12 months to advance to the point where you can be hired as a front-end developer.
There are three memberships are provide by the scrimba platform
- Free member
- Pro member
Pro member: Everything you need to know to become a hireable developer. Frontend Career Path 77h Each of the 60+ course certificates are available to everyone in the community.
Bootcamp: Accelerate your job readiness. Everything in Pro + Code evaluations Dedicated research group Sessions led by teachers
Python in scrimba
Python is a scripting language that is high-level, interpreted, interactive, and object-oriented. Python's design goal is to be very readable. It has fewer syntactical structures than other languages and frequently replaces punctuation with English terms.
Python was designed for readability and shared similarities with the English language and mathematical influences. In contrast to most programming languages, Python utilizes new lines, not semicolons or parentheses, to end a command. Python uses whitespace indentation to define scopes such as loop, function, and class scopes. Curly brackets are frequently used for this purpose in other programming languages.
Guido van Rossum created Python in the late 1980s and early 1990s at the Netherlands' National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science. Python is based on a number of other programming languages, including ABC, Modula-3, C, C++, Algol-68, Smalltalk, Unix shell, and others. Python is a trademarked term. Python is now maintained by the institute's core development team, though Guido van Rossum continues to play an important role in its direction.