The product and engineering team at Flatiron School recently released Assignments on Learn.co, a feature that allows admins of the platform to assign individual students tasks to do. Read on to learn more about the origin of this feature, the problems it solves, and what challenges (and wins!) the team faced.
This week, Flatiron School rolled out the Learn IDE in browser – complete with file tree, text editor, and terminal window. Our Engineering team breaks down how they built it.
We break down five huge improvements to the Learn IDE – the interactive development tool that drives our software engineering programs.
A spotlight on the women at Flatiron School who build Learn.co – from instruction and technical support to product and engineering.
Welcome to our Flatiron Engineering blog series. In this series, the engineering team behind Flatiron’s learning platform pull back the curtain and share insights into how we build our products. A few days
Here in our Flatiron Engineering blog series, Flatiron developer Kate Travers explains what she learned overhauling the CSS in the Learn.co codebase.
Flatiron developer Jessica Rudder introduces the new profile pages on Learn.co and gives us a look at the code beneath the hood.