Learn to Code

Learn to Code

Ready to launch your career as a software developer, or just want to know if this is the right path for you? Check out our courses below to find out where you should start, what you will learn, and what you can expect after you successfully complete each course. Get started in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript with beginner-level courses, or take your training to the next level with intermediate courses available now!

Code 101

Intro to Software Development & Careers in Tech

Find out if a career in tech and our Code 201 course are right for you.

Is programming right for me?

Code 101: Is this career path really for you? Spend a Saturday with us to build your first web page and test your new skills to see if you enjoy the prospects and process of software development.

Learn to Code

Code 201: Get used to writing syntax and pushing code as you learn the basics of web development through HTML, CSS, Javascript, and the tools and best practices used by software developers around the world.

Code 301: What’s the technology behind launching a web app and working with a software development team? In this course, you will go beyond HTML, CSS, and JavaScript syntax and learn how to launch a web app, collaborate on projects, use advanced frameworks and libraries, and work with basic algorithms and data structures.

Code 201

Foundations of Software Development

Get training that will prepare you for an internship at a tech company or our Code 301 course.

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Code 301

Intermediate Software Development

Become a web producer, product manager, or entry-level website builder, or continue on into a Code 401 course.

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Code 401

Advanced Software Development

Get advanced training in a specific programming language and land a high-paying job in the industry.

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Become a Professional Developer

Code 401: These are the most intense courses offered at Code Fellows. Students come in with various backgrounds and leave with the training and skills they need to excel as professional software developers. To test straight into Code 401, students will need previous experience in software development, whether through Code Fellows courses, self-study, previous education, or on-the-job training.

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