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  1. Create a free website with Wix.com. Customize with Wix' website builder, no coding skills needed. Choose a design, begin customizing and be online today

    You don't have to use Troopl, you can use Squarespace or Wix or whatever but, the expectation on websites is so high now that spending weeks trying to match what these platforms can do out of the box is pointless. You are much better off spending that time making your take on a todo list app or Spotify Playlist maker and showing you can solve tricky business logic problems than you are do an ok but not great job...
  2. Connecting people and companies via the magic of referrals

    I had a fun chat with two people trying to address the same problem as I am yesterday, that is how to get new developers their first job. They have an amazing site called Troopl* and its primary focus is to help new developers create a portfolio as quickly and simply as possible.
  3. Squarespace is the easiest way for anyone to create an exceptional website. Pages, galleries, blogs, e-commerce, domains, hosting, analytics, 24/7 support - all included.

    You don't have to use Troopl, you can use Squarespace or Wix or whatever but, the expectation on websites is so high now that spending weeks trying to match what these platforms can do out of the box is pointless. You are much better off spending that time making your take on a todo list app or Spotify Playlist maker and showing you can solve tricky business logic problems than you are do an ok but not great job...
  4. Converting newly minted coding skills into a dream career

    This is a core tenet in my book, because it works.