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Qvault is moving to Boot.dev

By Lane Wagner on Apr 7, 2022

We’ll keep this announcement short – we’ve moved Qvault.io to Boot.dev! As you know, we’ve been hard at work bootstrapping on online computer science bootcamp. Qvault (now Boot.dev) is a simple CS curriculum where our students build real projects using modern programming languages and technologies.

Anyhow, we think the new name does a much better job conveying our project’s goals, and the new dark theme is much easier on the eyes. Be sure to check out what we’ve done with the place.

New look

Boot.dev is a developer-first workspace, and as such we’ve switched to a (default) dark mode. Let us know what you think.

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The pace of Boot.dev's JavaScript, Python and Go courses has been perfect for me. The diverse community in Discord is a blast, and other members are quick to help out with detailed answers and explanations.

- Daniel Gerep from Cassia, Brasil

New guiding principles

If you haven’t read about our unique beliefs on coding education, you should check them out. We have some fairly strong opinions about the best way for new developers to advance their careers. Specifically surrounding the relationship between real coding projects and guided courses. Read all about that on our new about page here.

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