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Just a thought as a technology consultant and learner

I believe that Treehouse has huge potential. One of my favorite places to keep fresh on my learning and find out new languages. However, as a self taught programmer and avid learner... You guys should QUIT showing us the process of how code won't work and then after 20 videos start to build the application... Start building the application and KEEP the code the same. When you change it halfway through and say: "We had this here to show you what would happen..." you screw us up... Just build the application and explain the screw ups in another tutorial called... DEBUGGING your application... Anyway, cheers.

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