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General Discussion

Liban Shire
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Liban Shire
Courses Plus Student 4,147 Points

Treehouse Frontend/Backend

What programming languages are used to make Treehouse?

I noticed in the job section it says Python and Django but those two are not even thought at this school. Ruby, PHP, and Javascript are all the over place but no python.

8 Answers

We primarily use Ruby on Rails. There are a lot of other technologies as well, but that's one of the primary ones.

Liban Shire
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Liban Shire
Courses Plus Student 4,147 Points

so what does python and django have to do with one of the skill requirements.

My guess is that they are probably looking into teaching those two languages. Which would be awesome.

Liban, where did you see that? Was that in the job description for Teacher?

From: http://teamtreehouse.com/jobs

"If you're a talented designer or developer, this is an absolute dream job. You'll be working in the Treehouse video studio in Orlando, Florida. Weโ€™re looking for some amazing people that are experts in PHP, WordPress, jQuery, JavaScript, front-end design and development, Python, Django, and related topics. As a video teacher, you'll be writing and recording videos, writing quizzes and code challenges, creating downloadable assets, and helping Treehouse with thought leadership in the web industry."

Yes, that's for our Expert Teacher jobs.