Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 by Masha Arbisman
LearnStreet, who recently won Best Technology at a major education tech event called LaunchEDU, is based in Palo Alto, California and backed by Khosla Ventures. The team is made up of product craftsmen, hackers and designers who are dedicated to building a service that allows users to test their potential and learn something new. “We believe putting the power of coding in more hands can unleash a wave of creativity that makes the world a better place for all of us.” They promise that if viewers need help at any point of their experience, contact can be made through live chat or by sending a tweet to @LearnStreet.
LearnStreet has a couple different sections to it’s website. The Code Garage allows you to “build fun things like a Sudoku Solver, Tic Tac Toe, Minesweeper, Calculator, Connect Four, Blackjack game and much more.” Dev Tools show you how to build your own website once you have learned how to program. On top of these two tabs you will also find all of the courses, and of course a place to contribute so that LearnStreet can continue to educate.