Carmel is architected as a Decentralized Communityof Teachers and Students, with absolutely no dependency on a central third party authority. With Carmel, developers are in charge of their own learning journey and they decide what's best for the community as a whole.
Hands-On Learning Experience
Carmel is designed as a radical departure from the typical video-based lecture model, as it provides a learning experience much closer to how professional software developers learnon an on-going basis, rather than mirroring how computer science is taught in a traditional classroom setting.
Tokenized Growth Tracking
The Carmel microlearningapproach means that the material is smaller and easier to produce and to consume. The peerapproach ensures that the content can be produced in a scalable way, as the network increases. And the tokenized challengesallow for fine-grained tracking of progress.