You have no programming background and want to learn how to code.
You want to build websites or apps but don’t have the necessary coding skills.
You want to gain experience and training in new programming languages and frameworks.
You want to learn to code as a new skill that makes you valuable in any industry.
Build a moderately complex mobile and web apps from A to Z.
Master the fundamentals of back-end and front-end development
Work as an entry-level junior developer in a cross-functional tech team.
Learn and train yourself independently in more advanced concepts.
Python is a simple but powerful programming language. It’s used by companies like Google, YouTube, Dropbox and more. The course will cover all the basics of Python programming.
Django is a high-level Python web framework that allows for rapid development and clean design. Django allows for the creation of everything from pure data APIs to rich dynamic web applications. Django is used by companies like Pinterest and Instagram.
React is a cutting-edge frontend library for building rich, interactive user interfaces. React was created by and for Facebook and Instagram and used by other major companies like Netflix and Airbnb. React Native allows for the rapid development of native mobile applications for both iOS and Android devices using a single React codebase. With React Native our students get to see their app ideas come to life quickly on all mobile platforms.
Build responsive web applications by leveraging the power of HTML5, CSS3 and Bootstrap 3 for rapid prototyping and design of your user interfaces.
Students will be exposed to the latest software development methodologies used by major companies by working in a test-driven development environment, pair-programming and using Agile workflows, and all projects will be versioned and managed using Git and Github.
Students will get the chance to deploy their applications into a production environment that they set up, run and manage themselves. The course will cover deployment using DigitalOcean.
The vast majority of your time will be spent coding and putting the skills you’re acquiring into practice.
Complete small projects that combine several main topics to review your knowledge and sharpen your coding skills.
Take on different code challenges to see how well you’re doing in each section and where you might need improvement.
For the final 3 weeks, you will team up to apply everything they learned by working on real projects set up by the CODED team.
Click the ”apply” button next to the cohort of your choice below, and fill in a basic application.
Attend the 2-hour long post-interview examination challenge. This challenge will take place on CODED’s campus. Check your email for the study material. The challenge is designed for complete beginners, however, if you do not go over the material beforehand, it will be very difficult for you to complete it.
After completing the admissions challenge, we’ll email you the final decision. Applicants with the highest scores, will be accepted.
Ali Alnusf came from a non-technical background and wanted to learn coding to be able to manage the technical part of his startup. After graduating from CODED, he added a new role to himself in his startup, Manshoor.com, and is now managing technical development.
Abdulaziz Alrashed was an investment analyst at Kuwait Investment Authority with no coding experience prior to joining CODED. A few months after finishing the CODED bootcamp, he quit his job and joined a startup as a full-time programmer.
Wadha Buressly is a general surgeon who wanted to learn programming in order to improve healthcare management in Kuwait. After completing the CODED bootcamp, Wadha used the tech skills she got to work on an innovative solution that helps doctors organize logs and patient databases.