Udacity is on a mission to help Indians acquire Silicon Valley skills

 29 Nov 2016  BoringBrands Blog



Sebastian Thrun started Udacity in 2012 as a massive open online course (MOOC) where people could watch videos to get educated. But he realized the learning was very passive.

Fast forward to 2014, when Udacity rolled out its first nanodegree course – a credential that’s short, compact, very specific to a job, and gives one the skills to land that particular job.

Today, Udacity is on a mission to upskill Indian users with the same courses in partnership with industry leaders, such as Google, Facebook, Salesforce and AT&T. Learn more about how this company is helping its users acquire Silicon Valley skills. udacity-courses/

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