For all the self-taught geeks out there, here our content library with most of the learning materials we have produces throughout the years.
It makes sense to start learning by reading and watching videos about fundamentals and how things work.
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Curated list of small interactive and incremental exercises you can take to get better at any coding skill.
Curated section of projects to build while learning with simple instructions, videos, solutions and more.
Guides on different topics related to the technologies that we teach in our courses
Social & live learning
The most efficient way to learn: Join a cohort with classmates just like you, live streams, impromptu coding sessions, live tutorials with real experts, and stay motivated.
We all know the importance, growth, and impact of the tech industry nowadays. More and more developers are needed everywhere. Just in the US, the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects to have more than a million open jobs by 2024, for software developers.
4Geeks is a Miami-based Coding School. We started in 2015, and now we have more than 4000 graduates and 6 open campuses across the USA, Latin America, and Europe. We are licensed by the Florida Department of Education, and we were nominated as one of the best 10 coding Schools in the US by Newsweek and other awards.
Today's traditional teaching methods for achieving mastery and technical proficiency focus mainly on fundamentals and theoretical aspects. Bootcamps and other apps or websites have emerged as a possible solution with more fast-paced, engaging, hands-on, and interactive learning environments, but they often lack a scientific approach or framework to optimize learning efficacy. Coding is the new normal, everyone is capable of speaking code, and we've determined through years of scientific research that the path to coding self-sufficiency is highly mentored, live, and together. That's why we came up with a solution that everyone can have access to, where you can learn along with other people live, and have access to mentoring sessions whenever you need them.
Have you heard of Einstein? Really smart people are always the ones who ask more questions. They are not afraid of not knowing or making mistakes. The only way we can really help you is if you accept our mentorship by asking for help. To be able to do this, when you are stuck and have tried to solve a problem on your own for a few minutes, ask on our Slack channel #Public_Support, but first read these tips about How to ask programming questions?.
When we started the academy, each student had the freedom to install their own set of coding tools and programs. However, we soon discovered that students waste too much time installing and setting up each program. They invested more time doing that than actually learning to code.
So instead of that approach, we have made a list of what programs you need. Some of them are mandatory to use/download during the program, while others are just optional. Don’t worry, you’ll be happy with us!!
Yeah, yeah, we know some of you already have your own tools, but let’s keep that conversation for another time. For now, closely follow our suggestions and give us the opportunity to tell you how to go about it all.
|MANDATORY TOOLS||OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES|
|Slack.com (desktop & mobile)||w3Schools.com|
|Gitpod or Codespaces||Net Ninja JS Tutorial|