Do you want to land a 6-figure entry-level job consisting mostly of creative thinking, design, and problem-solving? Then you will love programming.

It is a common misconception that programming is about “math skills” — in reality, most industry programming demands linguistic and analytical skill. Though it only demands this if you want to be good — plenty of fine programmers get by just because the tools are so powerful.

Programming is challenging, fun, and personally rewarding. You are literally conducting matter to perform meaningful operations over 3 BILLION times per second. This is a basic liberal art, like storytelling, mathematics, or politics.

In this class you will learn how to program from industry experts.

🗓  6 classes starting 3/20

🕰️  Wednesdays, 6:00-9:00 pm

🗺  307 West 38th Street Studio 1418, 14th floor, New York, NY 10018

💰  $0-500

📋  Apply Here

👥  Class limited to 12 students


Mar 20 Introduction to Software Development (Replit, Scrimba, Full Stack Open, Odin), Programming Games
Mar 27 Coding Problem sets: Basic Work + Advanced Work (Scrimba)
Apr 3 Engineering Design Process + Programming Games
Apr 10 Learning how to Learn, Working through Frustration, Debugging, Teamwork
Apr 17 TBD — Prep for Final Hackathon
Apr 24 Final Project: Hackathon (beginners are paired w/ experts on cross-functional teams)

Final project

TBD, but I think the final project will be completion + demos of a well-scoped project at a Hackathon which we host at the end of the class.]

Your Teacher:


Andrew Rose is a professional software engineer, founder, and feral free agent. He is good enough at writing code to make good money, but not as good as he wants to be (yet).

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