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Tiago Martins@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
Hi everyone! Codeplace's objective is to make you ready for your next web development job. Our belief is that the more you practice building real web applications, the more comfortable you will feel as a developer. That's why our library mainly consists of code projects such as a Project Management Tool, 2 Sided Marketplace, Social Network, Automated Social Platform, Dating App and More. We've also just launched our new Web Development Path this week. Let me know if you have any questions :)
Inês Silva@isss111 · Head of Operations & Growth @ RIPE
@kindtiago Congratulations Tiago and team!! I really like what you guys are doing!
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago Hey Tiago, i am one of the people who have been a part of this platform since it's early days, when it was known as "Stuk.io". I have a few questions 1. It's been a couple of months since any new content has been added. Why should i continue my subscription with you. Moreover the content that was added a few months back has been deleted. That includes creating API's with grape etc. 2. The tutorials that are posted are not meant for production ready apps. Since codeplace claims to teach by building real life apps, what is the use of creating these apps if they're not production ready? Would love to hear your opinion on this.
Tiago Martins@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype Great Questions Rahooooool! First of all thank you for being one of our early Stuk.io customers :) 1) We have been experimenting a lot with our content strategy and the last year and recently decided that we are going to focus on in house content to ensure quality guidelines. Content production has already been revamped and you'll soon see an extension of our current paths. 2) Again, you are absolutely right. The old Stuk's organisational structure was based upon a library and not a path. With Codeplace, we reorganised the order of our courses into 3 different sections: 1) Getting Started where you take your first baby steps into the rails world. 2) Practice: Where you start building production ready apps so you feel comfortable with deploying and 3) Getting Better: Features tutorials that can make your production apps better. The tutorials itself are not "production ready" but they are made to fit on the real apps in the previous section.
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago So by when can we expect any kind of new content?
Tiago Martins@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype You should be able to see new content in mid September. What would you be interested in seeing?
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago One way would be to create tutorials that cover building existing popular startups. But the first thing i would love to see would be a SaaS app. Not a lot of people have done it. And i think when you guys were building Codeplace, it was meant to be a SaaS platform like teachable. I remember reading some value propositions on the website (codeplace.com) in its initial days. Perhaps SaaS would be amazing, something that involves multi tenancy, subdomains etc. None of the coding tutorial platforms have done something like this so far.
Tiago Martins@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype "Build your own SAAS" is a good name for a course then right?
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago Sounds perfect to me 👍🏻
Tiago Martins@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype Awesome! Just speaking to the Content team about it :)
Robson Wolanski@robsonwolanski · CEO, FoggyLabs
@kindtiago I love the "Build your own SAAS" idea of @Rahooooool! Actually is what we was looking for. Also, we would like to see instructions on how to deploy on Digital Ocean, Openshift and AWS, not just Heroku.
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@robsonwolanski @kindtiago I couldn't agree more, the deployment is something not a lot of people have covered. Deployment on Digital ocean would be superb. PS - Tiago already has a tutorial on how to deploy rails apps on AWS. Though a video walkthrough of it would be even better.
Tiago Martins@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype @robsonwolanski Loving the ideas guys!
Nathan Elliot@surrendernate
@kindtiago I'm so excited you guys did this. I've signed up already and really glad the first path is rails. I'm a strong believer in learning by doing. THANKS!!!
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@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
Hi everyone! Codeplace's objective is to make you ready for your next web development job. Our belief is that the more you practice building real web applications, the more comfortable you will feel as a developer. That's why our library mainly consists of code projects such as a Project Management Tool, 2 Sided Marketplace, Social Network, Automated Social Platform, Dating App and More. We've also just launched our new Web Development Path this week. Let me know if you have any questions :)
Inês Silva@isss111 · Head of Operations & Growth @ RIPE
@kindtiago Congratulations Tiago and team!! I really like what you guys are doing!
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago Hey Tiago, i am one of the people who have been a part of this platform since it's early days, when it was known as "Stuk.io". I have a few questions 1. It's been a couple of months since any new content has been added. Why should i continue my subscription with you. Moreover the content that was added a few months back has been deleted. That includes creating API's with grape etc. 2. The tutorials that are posted are not meant for production ready apps. Since codeplace claims to teach by building real life apps, what is the use of creating these apps if they're not production ready? Would love to hear your opinion on this.
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype Great Questions Rahooooool! First of all thank you for being one of our early Stuk.io customers :) 1) We have been experimenting a lot with our content strategy and the last year and recently decided that we are going to focus on in house content to ensure quality guidelines. Content production has already been revamped and you'll soon see an extension of our current paths. 2) Again, you are absolutely right. The old Stuk's organisational structure was based upon a library and not a path. With Codeplace, we reorganised the order of our courses into 3 different sections: 1) Getting Started where you take your first baby steps into the rails world. 2) Practice: Where you start building production ready apps so you feel comfortable with deploying and 3) Getting Better: Features tutorials that can make your production apps better. The tutorials itself are not "production ready" but they are made to fit on the real apps in the previous section.
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago So by when can we expect any kind of new content?
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype You should be able to see new content in mid September. What would you be interested in seeing?
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago One way would be to create tutorials that cover building existing popular startups. But the first thing i would love to see would be a SaaS app. Not a lot of people have done it. And i think when you guys were building Codeplace, it was meant to be a SaaS platform like teachable. I remember reading some value propositions on the website (codeplace.com) in its initial days. Perhaps SaaS would be amazing, something that involves multi tenancy, subdomains etc. None of the coding tutorial platforms have done something like this so far.
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype "Build your own SAAS" is a good name for a course then right?
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@kindtiago Sounds perfect to me 👍🏻
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype Awesome! Just speaking to the Content team about it :)
Robson Wolanski@robsonwolanski · CEO, FoggyLabs
@kindtiago I love the "Build your own SAAS" idea of @Rahooooool! Actually is what we was looking for. Also, we would like to see instructions on how to deploy on Digital Ocean, Openshift and AWS, not just Heroku.
Rahul Lakhaney@istereotype · Investment Partner 971 Launchpad Dubai
@robsonwolanski @kindtiago I couldn't agree more, the deployment is something not a lot of people have covered. Deployment on Digital ocean would be superb. PS - Tiago already has a tutorial on how to deploy rails apps on AWS. Though a video walkthrough of it would be even better.
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@istereotype @robsonwolanski Loving the ideas guys!
Nathan Elliot@surrendernate
@kindtiago I'm so excited you guys did this. I've signed up already and really glad the first path is rails. I'm a strong believer in learning by doing. THANKS!!!
Tiago Araújo@tiagoqoaraujo · Co-founder of Wonderoute
Awesome product, awesome team! Congrats!!
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@tiagoqoaraujo Thank you for the comment Tiago!
Pedro@pcbo · Co-founder @ Landing.jobs
Great product & team! 👏🏽🍻🖖
Tiago Martins
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@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@pcbo Thank you Pedro!!
Robson Wolanski@robsonwolanski · CEO, FoggyLabs
Hi Tiago and team! Congratulations! I'm a early user of Stuk.io and really love the way you teach how to code. Keep moving!
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@robsonwolanski Hey Robson! Thanks a lot for your kind words and for being an early user :)
João Oliveira@joao_oliveira · Software Engineer, ROFF
I got to know the Codeplace (then stuk.io) team a while back in their offices in Porto, and I can tell you that their product is useful, educational and very well made. Congratz guys!
Tiago Martins
Maker
@kindtiago · CEO @ Codeplace
@joao_oliveira Thank you for the kind words Joao!