TORONTO, ON (PRWEB) April 04, 2013

CodeProject announces CodeProject.TV, an innovative video training marketplace. CodeProject.TV enables software developers to get focused training to answer today’s question, without having to buy a subscription, or even an entire course. Videos start at under a dollar. Trainers, educators and even expert developers can offer their how-to videos as short, on-demand segments.

CodeProject.TV was created to address an emerging need that CodeProject’s founders identified: Developers need answers fast, and want training that provides those answers on demand.

“We have over 9.7 million members on CodeProject who have voiced their need to solve problems quickly,”

said Chris Maunder, Co-Founder of CodeProject. “Developers don’t have time to wade through volumes of training. A video tutorial that gets right to the point for around the price of a cup of coffee is just the answer they are looking for.”

CodeProject.TV provides the option for quick training, but also allows educators to group their videos into courses or series. Similar to the way songs and albums operate in iTunes, individual video purchases reduce the price of the entire course.

“Our video tutorials cover a wide range of content, geared to help developers learn the skills they need to be successful,” said Craig Jensen, President of LearnNowOnline. “CodeProject.TV gives us the chance to help all levels of programmers, from the expert who just needs to watch one snippet of a video, to the beginner who wants to watch more content.”

“As one of the most well-respected coding communities in the world, CodeProject is an ideal partner for our company,” said Mark Lassoff, President of LearnToProgram, Inc. “When I heard about CodeProject.TV’s micro-training model, I thought that it would be the perfect complement to our own training site. It gives developers the best of both worlds.”

CodeProject.TV is open for learning as of April 2nd, 2013.

About CodeProject.TV:
CodeProject.TV is the technical training arm of CodeProject. On CodeProject.TV, trainers, authors and educators can share their knowledge through high-quality, bite-sized videos. Through this flexible purchase model, developers can digest as much training as they need, when they need it, without committing excess time or money.

About CodeProject:
CodeProject is the world’s largest independent community of developers built with the goal of helping developers do their job better. CodeProject has over 9.7 million members and tens of thousands of articles. Formed to provide developers with a place to meet and exchange ideas, CodeProject provides developers with the resources they need to help them with their day-to-day programming as well as keep up-to-date with the latest technologies for mobile, web and desktop development.

For more information, please contact:
Carrie Davis-Sydor
Director of Marketing and Business Development
office: 416-849-8900 ext. 501
mobile: 416-889-6977