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AndrewGale Group Title

What do you think about our website that teaches javascript? http://codeavengers.com Only been out for 1 month. All feedback welcome.

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    nice website, fun and interactive for learning...

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  2. AndrewGale Group Title
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    Thank you! Very much appreciated.

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  3. rsmith6559 Group Title
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    The review quiz is too animated for my taste.

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    It is a very nice start but I agree with @rsmith6559, the animation on the review is a bit much. I would like to see a little more explanation to go with the exercises and a help file to look-up some of the functions or examples would be a welcome addition. Overall though, a very nice effort.

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    you need a repitition game because one very effective way to get imformation out of the short term memory and into the long term memory is to create a strong emotional reaction to the information. I also think your animation that is "too much" is a great way to create a strong emotional reaction to information :)

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    BTW for above posts clarity's sake repitiiton is a great way to create a strong emotional reaction. I'd use a light long stick such as a yard stick to create a strong emotional reaction but thats illigal in this country and in some places would cause retaliation and I would have a survival problem :) :) :)

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    nice one thnx for share

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  8. AndrewGale Group Title
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    Thanks everyone for the nice responses! Really appreciated

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    its just great!!! hope more is coming soon!!! cheers

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    vey nice great

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  11. droiddude228 Group Title
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    It is a very engaging experience!

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  12. xTheLostKINGx Group Title
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    It is awesome! I would love to learn more languages like that! make one for C++ please

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  13. AndrewGale Group Title
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    We have plans too! Thank you for all the nice responses!

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  14. across Group Title
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    Booyah! I leveled up! :D Is there a final boss? I mean, that's an interesting way to learn to program.

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    Really nice one!

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    nicely made, but I still prefer Codecademy.com

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