Our expanded curriculum is now live on beta.freecodecamp.com and we need your help QA'ing it


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I am thrilled! :slight_smile:

A big congratulations to the community and especially to @QuincyLarson!

Kudos! :slight_smile:


DId I miss something? Didn't Oxyrus just answer someone's question (politely) then respond to you after you said the question they answered had already been answered?


My sincerest apologies @Oxyrus and @P1xt! I clicked reply on the incorrect post. It was ment toward the one above it

And the last reply was inferred incorrectly.

Once again, I apologize sincerely.


No worries, it's easy to select the wrong message among this pile.


this stuff is too good to be true.are you sure this is free?


Eventually I'll peer-pressure you into buying stickers.

Not joking.


I'm guessing that the "dropout" rate will also be a lot lower now that it's broken up into smaller pieces. The new curriculum is awesome, and I'm loving the beta version. I mean, it covers SO MUCH more than the current curriculum. I think people are just hung up on the words "Front End Certificate" and "Back End Certificate"


The Basic Node and Express: Meet the Node console has an issue. It refuses to pass me. Or is there any other method to log Hello World to the console?


I have no idea why my solutions aren't passing. It seems like I don't know HTML anymore


Completely agree.

I am 4 projects to finish everything and it would be sad not to be able to finish them just because the curriculum is changed

It even occurred to me to mark the missing projects as done with an empty link and finish them later.
But I do not think it's right to do that.


What I (and I think others) really enjoy about the current curriculum is that there is minimal hand holding. This challenges you to step outside your comfort zone, and really push yourself to achieve what you initially thought was impossible. I hope this will carry over to the updated curriculum! :relaxed:


Oh ok - thanks for answering my question - so I need to sign up for a new account on beta? - Jessi


Will our completed challenges in FFC role over to the beta or at least to the full new version when the beta is complete?


I had not known they were thinking of doing away with the Front End and Back End Certs - or having them under a different name.... how does that affect those who already have one or more of the certs - like myself? I am all in favor of keeping the Front End and Back End Certs - I'm looking into this now....


I have a question or two about this too - may have already been answered and I just haven't seen it yet....

When you push these to production - will it affect the progress we've already made in regular FCC? Sounds like all of our progress in the regular FCC (non-beta) will be saved - is that right?

Also, I saw something about doing away with the Front End and Back End Dev certs in favor of something else - I wondered how that affects those who already have one or more of the certs... my sister and I both already have the Front End Dev cert and don't want to lose it.

I'm excited to see the new challenges - I really appreciate everything you all are doing to expand FCC for all of your students!

Thanks so much.

Sincerely, Jessi


I want to know about this too :slight_smile:


I agree with this - I currently have the Front End Development certificate already - I'm also wondering if we'll still have these existing certs in our profile when the new site goes live.


I agree its still important to have the Front End and Back End certs - just for the reasons you mention. - Jessi