Score
Title
10297
Fire Department Saves Dog after a House Fire.
9988
caught me a reddit admin yeeeeee doggieeeee
39334
Ran teleprompter for the DICE Awards last night. This was my favorite joke of the show.
7410
Wholesome anime
6235
West Virginia Judge Dismisses Murray Energy's Case Against HBO, John Oliver
27802
Maia (pup) and Bear (tort) enjoying each other’s company
19170
Just finished this painting of a clock and some cars
32815
That's an intelligent bird
2774
FBI wiretaps show Sean Miller discussed $100K payment to lock recruit
48041
TIL that Abraham Lincoln once gave a speech so enthralling that reporters in the audience stopped taking notes and now we don't know what he said.
40758
My mom in the early 90s. She painted her own shield.
24144
Wisconsin high school student on leading walkout: 'leadership from adults wasn't getting us anywhere'
53463
Relevant and relatable
17905
My local library has vault you can go into to talk on your phone.
6744
Today Estonia celebrates 100 years of independence.
26431
That logic
2492
Meet Narnia.
37904
Me after doing the bare minimum
9325
Apartment at the Ile St. Louis, Paris [1000 x 667]
39337
Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates pleads guilty to lying and conspiracy against the United States
6884
ITAP of my girlfriend looking at some mountains
16920
bRAvE SoLdIeR GeTs ObLITerAtEd bY StATE oF ThE ARt tRIpMiNE
31260
When is he gonno-rrhealize
7674
Please give me thousands of dollars worth of airfare for free
35420
hmmm
33473
Love to shutterstock see this kind of stuff
7889
Youtuber orders a $6,000 camera from Amazon and gets rocks instead. Returns it, gets a new one, and it's bricks this time.
20000
FCC chair Pai receives NRA gun award for courage
3038
Her profile is a gold mine for stuff like this.
23048
German foreign Office release wholesome travel advisory for Germans in Canada after amazing semi-final victory
12733
HMF while I secure the skate park
20351
How Plo Koon could have survived Order 66.
6649
SUV
9746
A superb conversation with Bob Ross
11653
Catching the fishy
3374
Watch as a little puffer fish makes a beautiful work of art
6871
It would be much useful to get new teeth at 40 rather than whem you are 10.
14327
Went on my first audition after a hiatus (screw PTSD), booked the gig and smiled with teeth for the first time in over a year!
12121
Well that's not rapey at all
14977
Humble.
1 michael0x2a A meta-note: this post was automatically removed by automod after receiving several reports. It seems like a reasonably popular post, so I went ahead and approved it just now. That said, I do have to agree with some of the reports that this post, at first glance, appears somewhat spammy. If we see more posts with this same sort of tone and they're also consistently reported, we'll probably be stricter about moderating this sort of content.
1406 IWentToTheWoods It's a non-profit funded by donations. If you've gotten this much value, consider giving back: https://donate.freecodecamp.org/
676 Spenson89 I read your title as “I can not recommend FreeCodeCamp anymore” instead of what it actually is
252 dapperkerning If it wasn't free they'd have to change the name.
214 Ravenhaft It's pretty great. It's how I learned, have a kickass software engineer job now.
66 D_Vecc In order to complete the FreecodeCamp course, you need to do some full and unpaid projects for some non-profit organizations which probably pay FCC in some way or another.
25 unicloser I dropped FCC for the Odin Project because I didn't like my experience with the introduction. What am I missing that makes FCC so highly praised? I can't seem to see what kind of difference it would make since most of what I'm learning in the Odin Project is pretty basic, but to the point and complete enough.
16 Nyxed Check out a local in person meetup and if one doesn't exist - start one! Seriously, my local city's free code camp meet up is incredibly supportive and so motivating. I can only seem to make every other month's event but whenever I turn up there are always questions about how whatever I was working on the previous month went. Keeps me progressing so I don't have to admit I've done nothing for a month!
21 BunnyTiger23 Im 25 I had some coding experience in high school and college (mechanical engineering major) and now I'm trying to learn on FCC but I simply can't focus Any tips? Perhaps it's just rust from being out of school for so long but learning on the computer is just so distracting
7 OldWoodenFap I'm stuck in bad situation after company I work for was purchased. Went from enjoying my job as a product analyst to now doing wireless surveys and analysis. I've been looking for some way to get a better job. You've convinced me.
27 BrixSeven How is it for ensuring people know how to move on and do things outside of a walled garden in the browser once they're done? It seems like there are a ton of people here who go through web based coding corses and once they're done they are like, "now what"? They were taught syntax, but not how to take that syntax, put it in files, and make a site that runs locally on their computer, or that they can upload to a web server. Codecademy produces a lot of questions like this. Is FCC that same, or to they close this gap? I signed up for FCC a while back, but I already know HTML, CSS, JS, and jQuery decently well, so it probably wasn't the best use of my time and I lost interest. Not long after they had a bug in their automailer and I got hammered with 1,000 newsletter emails at once. Gmail was going ape shit trying to keep up. I had to disable notifications on my phone, it went on for about an hour or so. I was Tweeting at them and the guy the newsletters come from to try and get them to stop it. Instead of sending 1 email to everyone on their list, they sent an email to me for for everyone on the list. They apologized, and bugs happen, but that it always the first thing I think of when I see their name now... which isn't a pleasant memory. If anyone is interested, [here is what gmail does](https://imgur.com/a/ZWgv7) when you get spammed with a ton of email. 100 per thread... 600 in the screenshot. It shows they all came in at the same time, but it couldn't process them all at once, which led to the prolonged issue.
6 Calethir I wanna find this later when I stop procrastinating.
7 CoaxingManual > \[removed\] Well thank fuck moderators, I definitely didn’t want to see the text of his post. Good thing you left the thread itself up though! EDIT: Thread is now removed. I guess 12 hours is all you get! Can’t have people *learning* around here can we?
1 0 michael0x2a A meta-note: this post was automatically removed by automod after receiving several reports. It seems like a reasonably popular post, so I went ahead and approved it just now. That said, I do have to agree with some of the reports that this post, at first glance, appears somewhat spammy. If we see more posts with this same sort of tone and they're also consistently reported, we'll probably be stricter about moderating this sort of content.
1408 0 IWentToTheWoods It's a non-profit funded by donations. If you've gotten this much value, consider giving back: https://donate.freecodecamp.org/
675 0 Spenson89 I read your title as “I can not recommend FreeCodeCamp anymore” instead of what it actually is
251 0 dapperkerning If it wasn't free they'd have to change the name.
218 0 Ravenhaft It's pretty great. It's how I learned, have a kickass software engineer job now.
63 0 D_Vecc In order to complete the FreecodeCamp course, you need to do some full and unpaid projects for some non-profit organizations which probably pay FCC in some way or another.
25 0 unicloser I dropped FCC for the Odin Project because I didn't like my experience with the introduction. What am I missing that makes FCC so highly praised? I can't seem to see what kind of difference it would make since most of what I'm learning in the Odin Project is pretty basic, but to the point and complete enough.
16 0 Nyxed Check out a local in person meetup and if one doesn't exist - start one! Seriously, my local city's free code camp meet up is incredibly supportive and so motivating. I can only seem to make every other month's event but whenever I turn up there are always questions about how whatever I was working on the previous month went. Keeps me progressing so I don't have to admit I've done nothing for a month!
20 0 BunnyTiger23 Im 25 I had some coding experience in high school and college (mechanical engineering major) and now I'm trying to learn on FCC but I simply can't focus Any tips? Perhaps it's just rust from being out of school for so long but learning on the computer is just so distracting
7 0 OldWoodenFap I'm stuck in bad situation after company I work for was purchased. Went from enjoying my job as a product analyst to now doing wireless surveys and analysis. I've been looking for some way to get a better job. You've convinced me.
27 0 BrixSeven How is it for ensuring people know how to move on and do things outside of a walled garden in the browser once they're done? It seems like there are a ton of people here who go through web based coding corses and once they're done they are like, "now what"? They were taught syntax, but not how to take that syntax, put it in files, and make a site that runs locally on their computer, or that they can upload to a web server. Codecademy produces a lot of questions like this. Is FCC that same, or to they close this gap? I signed up for FCC a while back, but I already know HTML, CSS, JS, and jQuery decently well, so it probably wasn't the best use of my time and I lost interest. Not long after they had a bug in their automailer and I got hammered with 1,000 newsletter emails at once. Gmail was going ape shit trying to keep up. I had to disable notifications on my phone, it went on for about an hour or so. I was Tweeting at them and the guy the newsletters come from to try and get them to stop it. Instead of sending 1 email to everyone on their list, they sent an email to me for for everyone on the list. They apologized, and bugs happen, but that it always the first thing I think of when I see their name now... which isn't a pleasant memory. If anyone is interested, [here is what gmail does](https://imgur.com/a/ZWgv7) when you get spammed with a ton of email. 100 per thread... 600 in the screenshot. It shows they all came in at the same time, but it couldn't process them all at once, which led to the prolonged issue.
6 0 Calethir I wanna find this later when I stop procrastinating.
5 0 CoaxingManual > \[removed\] Well thank fuck moderators, I definitely didn’t want to see the text of his post. Good thing you left the thread itself up though! EDIT: Thread is now removed. I guess 12 hours is all you get! Can’t have people *learning* around here can we?