learn to code
You want to change things. Learn to code.
You want to make video games, build technology to increase civic engagement, better understand your customers, or automate repetitive processes. You want to learn programming, and we can help.
There aren't any upcoming workshops, check out our books instead:
Ways to learn
The workshops last 4 hours, and are a great way to get started programming, even if you've never written a single line of code before.Learn more about the workshops.
Schedule a regular or one-time tutoring session! Tutors are available to meet in person or online via services like Skype or Google Hangouts.
Individual tutoring is great for getting help with an ongoing project, or for follow-ups after a workshop.Learn more about individual tutoring.
- Get familiar with developer tools like Git, GitHub, Chrome Dev Tools, Bower, npm, and Grunt.
Need more time after one of our workshops? Or need mentoring for an ongoing project? Some people learn best in a one-on-one environment. We're available for monthly, weekly, or one-time tutoring sessions.
Sessions are $50 an hour, and require a 1-hour minimum.Email to sign up for a tutoring session.
Seth is a freelance web developer experienced with front-end development for Ruby on Rails, Django, Wordpress, and Drupal. Previously he's worked as a a writing tutor and a student newspaper advisor focused on technology. He is a co-organizer of Code for Seattle and SeattleWiki.net.