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Practise learning - Looking for projects


I love Treehouse ! Currently I am working on the track "Front End Web Development ", it really makes a lot of fun and in a few days or weeks I am done with that track. After the track calibration'd like to gain practical experience. Best to do this in projects. So I can best implement what they have learned .

Are there teams with that I can work on projects ? To apply what I have learned. Or did you have any idea how I can best use what they learned ?

I hope the Community can help me! :-) Christian

PS: Sorry for the bad English! :-D

Neil Anuskiewicz
Neil Anuskiewicz
11,007 Points

My understanding is that Github is a good place to find Open Source projects in progress and apparently many of these projects welcome help.

3 Answers

Tricia O'Toole
Tricia O'Toole
2,269 Points

Here are a couple sites I've found: http://www.codewars.com/ https://www.topcoder.com/challenges/ https://www.codecademy.com/tracks/projects https://www.stockfighter.io/ https://www.codingame.com/start http://www.codenewbie.org/blogs - they have some challenges mixed in with their blog posts.

Hope some of these help! I haven't done them yet myself, just been keeping an eye on them for when I finish my track :)

Tricia lists some good challenge sites, but if you want a)to review, and b) work on actual projects vs 'coding challenges', take a look at FreeCodeCamp.

Kristopher Van Sant
Kristopher Van Sant
Courses Plus Student 18,830 Points

I recently saw someone suggest using designs that web/UI designers have created and posted on dribble or elsewhere. There are a ton of web page designs out there, so you could take one and actually bring it to life! However, if you were to do this and put it in your portfolio I would make sure you give credit to the designer and even provide a link to the site the design came from.