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Lrn

Learn to code at your convenience

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chirag
@jain_chirag04 · Cofounder, Lrn
@ericfriedman Thanks for posting. One big reason we went with mobile is the ease of getting into a daily routine. Learning to code (or anything that matter) is reliant on daily repetition and we wanted to make that easier for people.

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Johannes Berger
@triplejberger · Co-founder & CEO, Mimo
Hey there makers! Love the concept! Really do! But wait! I think I have seen this somewhere. Yeah this looks like my app Swifty (swifty-app.com). The main menu, the chapter menus, even the code view and the output view looks exactly like my app. Even some of the text looks like my text. I wonder how much creativity went into your app.
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@nathantbernard · CEO @ Lrn
Thanks for posting @ericfriedman. We are really excited to launch Lrn on Product Hunt today! Lrn is a mobile app that teaches you to code through interactive mini-quizzes. You only need internet to download then you can use the app without a connection (even on the NYC subway!). We want to make the most immersive mobile coding experience possible. Over the… See more
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Eric Friedman
@ericfriedman · Head of Expa Labs
I have been advising Nathan and team from my own interest in learning to code, and spending so much time commuting in the subway without connectivity. They have built something great for business people like me, who want to learn on the go via mobile app. I am a very visual learner and learn by example, and Lrn is a great combination of the two, which I wa… See more
Colin Whooten
@cwhooten · Product Guy
I'm with @triplejberger, this is shockingly similar to http://www.producthunt.com/tech/... except it's a different language. Curious if Product Hunt has a clear position on how to handle situations like this?
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chirag
@jain_chirag04 · Cofounder, Lrn
@ericfriedman Thanks for posting. One big reason we went with mobile is the ease of getting into a daily routine. Learning to code (or anything that matter) is reliant on daily repetition and we wanted to make that easier for people.