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General Discussion

Thien Nguyen
Thien Nguyen
20,554 Points

How much hour a day you spend on Treehouse?

How many hour a day you spend on Treehouse?

I'm currently spend 10 hours a day on this site trying to master css, html, javascript and php to be a front-end developer. Basically all my free time!

How about you?

How did you develop after one year? Did you manage to master these languages? Did you get any job or earn something during or after this?

4 Answers

Mitchell Springer
Mitchell Springer
2,576 Points

I usually spend about an 30 mins to an hour each day going through the lessons on the track I'm on and then throughout the day when I'm free, I'll check the forums and try to answer some questions or read answers to some questions I didn't know the answer to. Just trying to keep seeing this stuff over and over so it gets engrained in me.

Thien Nguyen
Thien Nguyen
20,554 Points

I'm a little too intense =P

TJ Egan
TJ Egan
14,420 Points

Yeah I've just gotten into treehouse within the past few weeks and I've dedicated most of my free time to it. A few hours each day, at the minimum.

Hello Thien,

I'm usually on Treehouse anywhere from an hour all the way up to 6, depending the day. It is definitely a great idea to use the tracks. This helped me keep my learning more focused and in turn, less overwhelmed. I also enjoy using tools such as codepen.io. It helps to see the output of your code in near real time. Additional time on Treehouse is great, but I think the key is practicing through your own projects and coming back here for help.