We are happy to share the launch of our new learn to code YouTube channel. Yet another fantastic and FREE way we are helping you learn to code online!
We will be initially focussing on creating supporting videos for our FREE online coding tutorials on our learn to code YouTube channel. Later, we will be adding other ad-hoc coding tutorials including how-to videos on learning coding as well as online monetisation. So stay tuned for that – not to be missed!
Most of us know the endless entertainment which online video can provide. More and more people are turning to video platforms like YouTube for e-learning purposes. What to learn something new? There is probably a YouTube channel for that! Best of all it is free and great for beginners.
YouTube is also the second most popular search engine in the world after Google. It contains a wealth of videos dedicated to online learning!
It’s just another great way to help you learn a new skill. So start learning to code by following our YouTube channel.
You can check out the current tutorial in the the series “How To Make Your Own Website” which has supporting videos for each of the modules. This helps bring the tutorials to life by showing you exactly how to code and get setup step-by-step! New modules with supporting videos are being added on a regular basis, so start working through the modules today! It is absolutely free.
We have engaged with many of you through 1-2-1 private tuition, bootcamp sessions and of course through great online learning resources. In 2016, we included corporate training days to our Code Academy offering.
During that time, we have also focussed on developing games, websites and providing consulting services through our Wall West studio brand.
During 2017, our focus we will be shifting more to online resources – in the form of tutorials, eBook, tools and more. We will still run occasional bootcamps and corporate training days but these will be a little bit more rare. This decision is mainly driven by the demand for our content to be available worldwide and accessible to more people who want to learn to code.
We partnered up with Southend News Network (SNN) for our latest game – #mmmews!
Are you up to date on current affairs? Think you can spot a fake headline? Then prepare to test your knowledge! Guess whether the headlines are real or fake in this tongue-in-cheek game! Swipe fake news left and real news right to score points. Save the headlines you like and get the full lowdown later. Discover interesting new stories daily!
Fake news has been a hot topic in the media since the U.S. elections. We wanted to make an experimental game around this theme. We also wanted to provide way for people to discover and consume news content in a fun and innovative way. Following a collaboration with SNN, our game is now available totally free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad!
Play today and see if you can beat the Chief Reporter’s score!
About Southend News Network
Southend News Network was originally started in October 2015 with no real aims or objectives in mind other than to add a satirical/spoof-like touch to issues that people are passionate about in Southend On Sea. Above all else, SNN is all about having the occasional ‘dig’ at the powers that be, as well a slightly bigger and more frequent ‘dig’ at certain elements of local media!
As the self-declared Chief Reporter of Southend News Network (the single person who makes up the Southend News Network ‘team’), he has chosen to keep his identity under wraps for now. However, this may change in the future! Contrary to what a lot of people believe, the Chief Reporter is a ‘born and bred’ Southender who actually loves his home town, and he loves nothing more than getting local residents talking about the issues that matter to them the most.