We selected some of the common questions from our FAQs page. If you can't find the answer to your question, you can either message us through live chat or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Are there prerequisites?
No. There are no prerequisites for this course. All required knowledge will be covered in the curriculum.
Do you accept beginners?
Yes. The program is geared towards beginners and someone with no prior experience in software development. Most students come from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences.
Do I need equipments?
Yes. You need your own computer. Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems are all supported by the curriculum. You also need to have high speed internet access.
Do I get a certificate at the end of the course?
Yes. We will provide you a Course Certificate on the condition that you complete and submit all projects and assignments by the end of the course. This certificate is not an academic credit and will not be recognized by other institutes.
Is there a specific order I need to take the courses?
What is included in career guidance?
We will show you how to research your local job market for open positions and expected salary. We will help you update and improve your resume. You will learn to utilize linkedIn and other professional social media sites to increase chances of being recruited. We will help you prepare for interviews by training you on technical and behavioral questions and practice mock interviews.
Is there a job guarantee?
No, there is no job guarantee. Just like attending Harvard or Yale would not provide job guarantees.
We recommend you to do some research on your local job scene before committing.
What's the format of the curriculum?
The curriculum is mostly text and image based. Text based curriculum is more suitable for programming as it is much easier to code along. We do add videos for certain topics that is better explained with motion graphics, such as demoing a tool.
More importantly, most programming related documentation and resources are going to be text based in real working environments. If you can't learn from reading, you might find it difficult to continue learning in the future.