It's not fair that it's only the kids that have fun coding in Python with codetoday.
Ever since we started teaching coding, we always taught both kids and adults and our two divisions co-exist perfectly: the experiences we gain from teaching kids help us with our courses for adults and the other way around too.
Most of our courses for adults have been in the form of corporate training programs and other bespoke courses for companies and universities with fields ranging from finance to science.
In 2021, we're launching a brand new set of resources and courses for adults that will include a broad range of options that can be used flexibly, so that everyone can pick the format that works best for them.
Many beginners stumble at the first hurdle when learning how to code. The first hurdle can be high but we've focused on lowering this hurdle, making sure that all concepts are understood well.
To start off, we've just launched two of the items in our stack or resources:
The Python Coding Book. You can think of this as an online textbook or as a set of structured tutorials with in-depth, clear explanations of why things are the way they are. The focus of this text is to make sure that the programming mindset is understood well.
The Codetoday Forum. Learning to code is nearly impossible without support from a real person! The Forum is your way to ask questions and get answers from me and my team of instructors.
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