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General Discussion

Why not becoming a school, Treehouse?


I just want to know why not Treehouse stops at beginner levels. Why not including levels for every course.

For example:

for PHP

we could have:

  • level 1
  • level 2
  • level 3
  • etc.

and the same for each course. so the learner can start from totally beginner to advanced following logical steps.

Because the beginner usually doesn't know what is the next step! and we also need not to stop at specific level.

3 Answers

PHP does have 2 levels

Level 1 http://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-simple-php-application

Level 2 http://teamtreehouse.com/library/enhancing-a-simple-php-application-2

Im sure their is still room for them to make more they just havnt done it yet.

David May
David May
10,572 Points

Daniel Croft-Bednarski is right. The fact is Treehouse is still very young and growing swiftly. Join the PHP track and it gives you the different PHP courses in order from basic to more advanced. Give it a few years and I'm sure we'll be learning from way more different lessons in this field.

PHP Track: http://teamtreehouse.com/tracks/become-a-php-developer

10,106 Points

I would like to see further advanced levels for PHP and JavaScript eventually. I'd love to take that challenge.