We teach students the fundamentals of using no-code and visual development tools to validate an idea, connect with customers, build an MVP, and even make their first sale.
Through a combination of recorded content, live workshops, and instructor feedback, students learn by doing. Our various modules teach skills such as building fully functional websites and applications, creating relational databases, and converting manual workflows into automated ones with data integration.
Recorded content makes the program easy to adjust for your course. Students can access the material as needed, like buying a text-book
Live workshops and office hours let students get real-time feedback and support for their own building
Sequenced to develop confidence and build solutions regardless of the students’ background
Our programs are connected to your active courses. Professors receive a professor seat and then invite their students onto the platform and assign modules themselves. Students can purchase them individually, like an assigned textbook, or we can create a package purchased directly by the university.
You may be familiar with tools like WordPress, Squarespace, and Wix for building websites. These were some of the earlier no-code tools. In our programs, we prepare students to use no-code tools to create full web applications, build mobile apps that you can put on the app store, develop workflows to automate processes, train a machine learning program, scrape websites for data, and many more.
Yes. Different tools have different learning curves, but our program teach students to build right away. Students learn the fundamentals and walk away having completed a real project.
The modules are a series of recorded videos sequenced to help a student learn the fundamentals of a tool and build a use-able product by the end of the module. Throughout each semester, students will be able to join live-workshops where we walk through parts of the module, office hours from our instructors, and email support from our community.
Students can also access our resources pages for each module where we direct students to other example projects, suggest additional learning resources, and a directory to each tool’s community forums.
The default is to have each student pay for their module like they would a textbook. We can also set it up if the program will be funded through the university.
Yes. By 2024, Gartner estimates that 80% of tech products and services will be created by those other than traditional developers. While our programs are accessible for the individual and small teams, there is also significant growth in the use of no-code and low-code tools for enterprises. The familiarity and understanding gained through our programs will help students when they start working at larger companies and need to use software programs to support their teams.