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Does Codeschool's ability to perform activity / test / game / training as their approach, offer something that achieve studying faster and more effectively than Lynda.com's exercise file / video structure doesn't.

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May I ask why my question is being downvoted? – Warren van Rooyen Mar 14 '13 at 11:13
I think asking recommendations is not allowed, do check the do's and don'ts in the faq section. Although I wouldn't blame you :-) – Prasad Mar 14 '13 at 13:50
Your question is being down voted because it does not fit Stack Exchange in regards to an EXACT answer. Your question causes biased solutions and can change over time. If you go to faq your comment will also be answered on what is preferred here. – Darth_Vader Mar 14 '13 at 14:53
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Don't just learn from one source, learn from as many as you can (or have time to). It will make you more well rounded.

My first recommendation is Codecademy as a brilliant free resource but there are other paid for ones like Treehouse.

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Lovely advice and I wasn't aware that Codeacademy was free so thank you Len. – Warren van Rooyen Mar 14 '13 at 13:28

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