Let's change that. Our easy to digest curriculum, along with clear, friendly, and practical mentorship will help you to connect the conceptual dots that most struggle with for months.
Though it's possible to learn software development fundamentals on your own, having an experienced mentor can cut your learning time in half. Our instructors are available around the clock to answer your questions as they arise.
Honest and constructive feedback is essential to a software developer's growth. All of the code you write will receive a review by our instructors.
Have you ever wondered how Facebook, Twitter, and Reddit work? Look no further. You will have the opportunity to code along with our instructors as they build real-world, enterprise web apps.
Our curriculum is project-based. Not only is working on projects the best way to practice the skills you learn, it is also a great way to demonstrate your technical prowess to employers.
There's a lot of information out there -- and not all of it is worth reading or watching. Leave it to us to filter through the misinformation and provide you with the best instructional content there is.
From effective resume and cover letter writing to salary negotiation, we will guide you until you are hired.
We've designed our program to be difficult enough to make you think, but not so difficult that you become discouraged.
Dylan is a great developer with an eye for best practices and design patterns. His passion for programming is only matched by his desire to help others learn.
I had a talk accepted at Ruby Remote Conf this summer! Thanks for inspiring me, Dylan.
Dylan has over 8 years of experience in software development. As a teenager, He enjoyed building PHP and Django apps for competitive gaming teams in New Zealand, Australia, and The Netherlands.
Since dropping out of The University of Connecticut, he's been a lead developer at a number of groundbreaking startups in New York City, including Sweeten, an award-winning home renovation website, and Amazon Inc.
Before becoming a software engineer, Ka was a product designer and project manager.
He went to Parsons School of Design in NYC, where he studied design and business. While in college, he managed the development of Apex for Youth's iOS app.
Ka enjoys bridging the gap between software developers and non-technical individuals through empathetic and precise communication.
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