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September 13th, 2017

Culture Codes

Company culture decks aggregated all in one place

Culture Codes is a collection of culture decks, core values, mission statements, and more from real companies. In total, these companies employ over 280,000 people around the world.

Kyle W. Ludwig- Co-founder, Looma 🍐
Role modeling top companies may help you define your own values
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
A lot of amazing culture resources can be found on Culture Codes. Check out the Netflix deck in particular. Certainly more deliberate decisions were made there than creating v"culture hacks".
David Adamu- Maker.
If you're looking to create a Culture deck for your startup, you could get inspiration from this curated list.
The American Genius
In my experience, most entrepreneurs are "accidental entrepreneurs." They happened to be good at something, or they had a unique one-time opportunity to provide a product or service to the market. Then years later, they wake up one day and realize that they're running a big business.
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Code4Startup

Learn how to code by cloning real life startups

Igor Bonatto- ceo, THT
They teach programming languages by cloning a few websites / apps, such as Uber Eats and even a basic version of Product Hunt.
Caleb Sylvest- Partner & Experience Designer
I'm a huge fan of Leo and his courses. Leo focuses on project based learning. Super good stuff. I got started with Ruby on Rails thanks to Leo.
Danny Feinberg- Growth @ Tradecraft, Previously @Kamcord
This isn't going to be the best site for just learning a language, but when it comes to putting it into practice to actually create something real, it's awesome! It contains in-depth projects for cloning real startups so you can get practice implementing all kinds of features from authentication, to transactional email, to voting systems. Leo, the founder,… See more
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Code4Startup 2.0

Learn to code by cloning real-life startups (PRO version)

Raed's Blog
Code4Startup is a great young project, where the main focus is to deliver video courses that would enable you to create great mobile and web applications for you to create your startup. You don't have to be a web ninja to start learning. Lessons start from basic HTML and Landing pages, to Ruby On Rails and AngularJS.
Allmyfaves
Code4Startup offers instruction in several programming languages, allowing users to learn by creating real life projects.
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Code-Free Startup

Learn how to build real apps without coding

You can build a fully functional MVP with the skills you already have 🙀

What's New On The Net
Startup 'Code-Free' provides courses for code free apps or tools. It gives you a platform to build real apps with the skills you have. This means that Code-Free will help you use your non-technical skills to start Online companies using tools like Bubble & Typeform.
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Codeplace

Learn how to code by building real web apps

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Codeplace is focused specifically on teaching people how to build tangible, real-world products such as two-sided marketplaces (e.g. Airbnb) or a dating app (e.g. Tinder).
Aaron King- Founder
This is a great place to learn the full context of ruby on rails and know how it all comes together. I coupled this with Launch School and some other Ruby courses when I wanted to get creative.
Elayan Hamamrah- Aspiring Web Developer
A great source to learn ruby on rails by building applications.
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Wix Code

Build custom web applications & robust websites, hassle-free

Build custom web applications and robust websites, hassle-free. You’ll get serverless coding and stunning design features, so you can create without limits.

Sam Rye- Founder
If you want to go beyond simple websites and get more interactive, then take a look at the new Wix offering....
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Visual Studio Code 1.0

Microsoft's cross-platform text editor for developers

Visual Studio Code 1.0 is Microsoft's text editor for developers. Built-in git integration, frequent updates, and search functions for all of your development needs.

Alexander Sulim- Senior backend engineer, GoHiring
VS Code is my primary everyday tool. It is fast, intelligent, and helpful.
Lubos
Full blown editor - Visual Studio Code Quick hacking w/o setting up anything - CodePen
Lubos
Full blown editor - Visual Studio Code Quick hacking w/o setting up anything - CodePen
VentureBeat
Microsoft today announced Visual Studio 2019, the next version of its integrated development environment (IDE). Release timing will be shared "in the coming months," with the company simply promising "to deliver Visual Studio 2019 quickly and iteratively." The news comes days after Microsoft's acqui...
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Culture Codes 2.0

Culture decks, employee handbooks and more all in one place

A re-launch of Culture Codes. The major changes in Version 2 include:

Handbooks - an entirely new section dedicated to employee handbooks and manuals that focus on policies & procedures.

Interviews - A new publication dedicated sharing learnings from growing organizations

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