Udacity

Udacity

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Udacity

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9 out of 10
November 04, 2021
Udacity is highly encouraged for upskilling at my organization. The emphasis with Udacity is to get everyone certified in different …
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Great product and service

9 out of 10
October 02, 2019
[Udacity] Assists with ramping up and training new and current employees on technical topics related to web development. We a are a SAAS …
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Udacity user experience review

7 out of 10
August 29, 2019
I used it personally. It was not tied to my company of employment. I wanted to add skills to my toolbox that I didn't have but was seeing …
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Learning platform for techies!

10 out of 10
August 27, 2019
Udacity serves as a learning platform for anyone venturing into the domain of Information Technology. I have used it during my Masters' …
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10 out of 10
August 27, 2019
I'm using it to acquire new knowledge around data engineering. It has helped me with better planning and also speaking the same language …
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$399.00

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Product Details

What is Udacity?

Udacity aims to change lives, businesses, and nations by creating job-ready digital talent. With over a decade of experience creating digital talent at scale, Udacity addresses the global talent shortages impacting growth, productivity, and innovation. Udacity's curriculum, personalized mentor support, and measurable outcomes strive to create expertise with a focus on the in‑demand competencies that ensure workplace relevance.

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Deployment TypesSaaS
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What is Udacity?

Udacity aims to change lives, businesses, and nations by creating job-ready digital talent. With over a decade of experience creating digital talent at scale, Udacity addresses the global talent shortages impacting growth, productivity, and innovation. Udacity's curriculum, personalized mentor support, and measurable outcomes strive to create expertise with a focus on the in‑demand competencies that ensure workplace relevance.

What is Udacity's best feature?

Reviewers rate Usability highest, with a score of 9.6.

Who uses Udacity?

The most common users of Udacity are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees) and the Computer Software industry.

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Score 9 out of 10
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Udacity is highly encouraged for upskilling at my organization. The emphasis with Udacity is to get everyone certified in different modules in the cloud as AWS, Microsoft Azure and GCP. Udacity has a good practice module to prepare everyone for learning and supplementing our internal learning system. Udacity is mainly used by associated and throughout since I work for a major IT company. It helps to solve the shortage in skills and desire to be cloud partners through Udacity prep.
Joshua Melder | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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I work for a large manufacturer/marketing solutions partner and Udacity is primarily utilized by our admin staff. It is also just one of several professional learning platforms we have access to within our organization. The platform offers an extensive range of courses taught by many industry professionals and flexible schedules that accommodate regular work responsibilities. While many courses used to be free, Udacity has gone away with free content in favor of a paid model. One of the key features of Udacity are the mentors assigned to each course. They enable participants to ask questions and receive feedback quickly. Overall, while not all organizational employees use Udacity, it has been valuable for many of our employees to gain experience and online learning certificates.
Javier Carrion | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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I have used Udacity for my career development and to improve my job performance. The course is well structured. It taught me the foundation of computer science and front end development. As an alumnus with two Nanodegrees, I can say the content of the lessons on audacity is by far the most elaborate, rich and comprehensive compared to other online learning platforms I have used.
Score 9 out of 10
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[Udacity] Assists with ramping up and training new and current employees on technical topics related to web development. We a are a SAAS company with a customer-facing product, so it's important the customer-facing employees are not only technical, but can troubleshoot and explain frontend issues or topics to the customer.
Score 7 out of 10
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I used it personally. It was not tied to my company of employment. I wanted to add skills to my toolbox that I didn't have but was seeing pop up in one job description after another. Not having those skills was impacting my ability to even get a conversation with someone about these types of jobs.
Score 10 out of 10
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Udacity serves as a learning platform for anyone venturing into the domain of Information Technology. I have used it during my Masters' coursework to supplement my learning in the domain of data analytics and computer programming.
Tim Hunt | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Currently, I am the only one in Udacity in my company, although I encouraged another one of my colleagues to take some classes also and I believe he will. I am studying Machine Learning, AI and Python. I have completed 1 nano degree and found it both challenging and fun. The courses are put together very well and I have been able to go through the training and complete the assignments without needing help from the mentors or instructors. They just put together a very good curriculum. I am in my second course, Machine Learning in Natural Language Processing. Just finished building my first part of speech tagger and I am moving on to the optional project on building a simple question and answer system using IBM Watson's NLP services. I love the courses and what I am learning. They give me great confidence that I can code my own machine learning models.