Are you a newbie learner or an experienced programmer?
As expected, we have a large number of newbies coming to Codeguage for getting familiar with basic concepts (remember, the fundamentals are always the most important). But at the same time, we also have a decent percentage of experienced programmers visiting Codeguage — almost a half of the percentage of newbies — being an evidence of the depth and detail of our content.
Are you currently enrolled in a university, bootcamp, or none?
As expected, the larger percentage is of self-learning individuals who definitely need a well-structured resource, since they are trying to figure things out for themselves. But yet again, compared to this, the number of people who are enrolled in a university/bootcamp is surprising — together, they make up almost a half of the percentage of self-learners!
What do you make of Codeguage as compared to other websites teaching programming technologies?
If we average these numbers, we get an amazing rating of 4.5! Thanks everyone for such an amazing response!
Have you ever referred a friend/colleague of yours to Codeguage to learn about something?
Word-of-mouth is the best way of helping spread information about a service/product/brand to others. We encourage you all to tell at least one of your friend/colleague about Codeguage.
Which one of the following courses would you like to see up next on Codeguage?
(Drumroll 🥁) So the winner is Node.js! And now that'll be the next course we teach at Codeguage.
Did Codeguage have a positive impact on your career? If yes, then please tell us how.
We sincerely thank each and everyone of you for your responses and incredible support for Codeguage!