We'll learn how apps like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are built.
You'll be learning and working with the best.
You'll build real apps you'll be proud to show to customers and employers.
Starts February 6, Mo/We 19:00-21:00
This course is designed to cover all the major topics required to architect and implement polished iOS Swift applications.
Starts February 7, Mo/We 19:00-21:00 (HCMC)
Build web applications using one of the most popular and powerful web development frameworks: Ruby on Rails (5.0)
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Charles (Sáng) Lee
Computer Science, UC Berkeley, 2006
Co-Founder & Instructor
I graduated with a degree in Computer Science from UC Berkeley in 2006, and have 10+ years of being a software engineer in Silicon Valley.
I've worked at three startups, all of which had successful exits. I was one of the first engineers at Luvocracy, a social e-commerce company which was acquired by Walmart.com after raising $11 million in funding from Kleiner Perkins. I was also the second engineer hired at venture-backed local recommendations startup GemShare, which was acquired by the social networking site NextDoor in early 2015.
You can read more about me on my LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/charleslee5.
Computer Science, Yale, 2010
Co-Founder & Instructor
I was born and grew up in Vietnam, and have spent 15 years mostly abroad in Singapore, the US and China
I studied Computer Science at Yale university, started two funded startups and went through two accelerator programs, Techstars in the US and Chinaccelerator in China. When I'm not serious (49% of the time), I like music, dancing and drinking in no particular order. Sleeping is overrated.
You can read more about me on my LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/harleyt.
Entrepreneurship & Interdisciplinary, NYU, 2009
Co-Founder & Business Development
For the past 10 years I’ve been a startup entrepreneur with ventures ranging across non-profit education, commercial real estate development, Music, and Internet Technology. Most recently, I worked with CodePath designing and implementing technical training programs at Walmart.
I pursued undergraduate and masters degrees at New York University where I studied innovation, behavioral economics, and classical literature.
I choose to spend my time where I’m most inspired. For my whole life, this has been the intersection of opportunity, passion, and purpose. I enjoy growing ideas, thoughtful intention, building relationships, and systems based thinking.
You can read more about me on my LinkedIn profile at https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcusellison.
We offer classes for free to attract the best developers and to offer everyone fair access to education. We will always try to offer classes that are free to talented engineers.
Some of our classes are funded by sponsorship from top tier engineering companies. We put education and quality first at CoderSchool.
If you want to both learn and get a new job, we also offer classes without tuition fees, but ask that you contribute one month salary after getting the new job.