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freeCodeCamp

Education Company

7.4
10
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Pluralsight

Education Company

8.3
10
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freeCodeCamp vs. Pluralsight - complete comparison

Overview

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Description
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freeCodeCamp is a non-profit organization that offers a free and interactive learning platform that helps learners understand software development topics, like web development, data science, databases and more. In addition, they provide free certifications on these topics.

Pluralsight logoPluralsight

Pluralsight is an online learning platform that focuses on teaching technical skills in a broad variety of subjects. Founded in 2004 by Aaron Skonnard, Keith Brown, Fritz Onion, and Bill Williams, the platform now boasts thousands of courses created by 1,500+ expert teachers.

Types of courses
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INDIVIDUAL LEARNING

freeCodeCamp certification

Learn a skill like frontend development or databases completely free with one of freeCodeCamp's certifications

Free
Self-paced
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Subscription plans
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PERSONAL

Pluralsight Skills

Access to Pluralsight's library of courses (either their core library with 2,500+ courses, or their full library with 7,000+ courses, depending on the plan).

$25 - 45 USD per month
Pros & cons
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    Pros
  • Totally free
  • Hands-on projects
  • Certifications available
  • Cons
  • Small selection of courses
  • Limited support
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    Pros
  • Wide range of courses
  • High-quality content
  • Experienced instructors
  • Cons
  • Limited free content
  • Only suited for tech skills
  • More geared towards businesses

General information

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Type
Education CompanyEducation Company
Number of courses
15+7000+
Popularity

Popular

Popular

Available categories
Web Development
3D & AnimationAccounting & BookkeepingArchitectural DesignArts & CraftsBrandingBusiness Analytics & IntelligenceBusiness StrategyCommunicationComplianceContent Marketing
Available languages
English
English

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Full score
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8.3
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Individual scores
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Affordability
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Career value
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Usability
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Features

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Support options
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Chat
  • Community
  • Knowledge base
  • Learning support
  • Career support
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Chat
  • Community
  • Knowledge base
  • Learning support
  • Career support
Available apps
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Ios
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Android
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Ios
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Android

Company

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Company name
freeCodeCamp, Inc.Pluralsight, LLC
Company size

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Founded in
20142004
Headquarters

United States

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United States

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Founders
Quincy LarsonAaron Skonnard, Keith Brown, Fritz Onion, Bill Williams
External reviews
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App Store
4.417000 reviews
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Play Store
3.3158000 reviews
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Trustpilot
2.822 reviews
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4.7642000 reviews
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4.7208000 reviews
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1.6928 reviews

Our opinion

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Summary
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freeCodeCamp is an excellent platform for learning how to code. We particularly like that it's a non-profit and all the courses and learning materials are provided completely for free, even though their course catalog is fairly limited. Their courses are in-depth and come with an intuitive interface that is helpful especially for beginners. This is why we recommend freeCodeCamp for beginners that want to learn how to code. More advanced learners might be better off choosing a platform with a broader course catalog and a learning experience that less caters to beginners.

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Pluralsight is one of the online learning platform with a clear focus on helping companies upskill their employees with tech skills. While they do offer their course catalog to consumers as well, many of their main strengths come into play with enterprise customers. We particularly like their extensive library of courses, with a lot of them focussing on very specific technical topics that other platforms might not even have resources for. That means that Pluralsight is a great platform for companies looking to upskill employees and more advanced techies trying to learn new skills. As a beginner, you might be a bit overwhelmed on Pluralsight.

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