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General Discussion

Greg Kaleka
Greg Kaleka
39,019 Points

Error Handling Courses

Treehouse just added the course Error Handling in Swift 2.0. I'm so glad to see this, and hope to see more courses like it.

Almost every tutorial I see across the web (not just here on Treehouse) in almost every programming language has the teacher saying something like "now in a real application, we would do some error handling here," and that's as much spotlight as it gets. Nice to see some focus on such an important topic! Thanks Pasan Premaratne and the team for building this course!

May Loh
May Loh
5,213 Points

Hey, that's a great idea, an error handling course for every language would be very useful.

I Agree. some courses on production ready applications would be nice as well.

2 Answers

Josh Keenan
Josh Keenan
19,529 Points

I think it could be a brilliant idea and it'd be something I'd like to see and do! All languages and tracks could get this added perhaps? Python for example with basic error handling but also specifics like Django, flask etc.