Codam is a tuition-free full-time, 3.5-year programming school in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Modeled on Ecole 42 in Paris and pioneered by tech entrepreneur and TomTom founder, Corinne VigreuxCodam’s, Codam's mission is to create an open-minded learning... Read More
The program is broken into 5 sections: Introduction to programming, basics of programming, first internship, mastering programming and digital literacy, and the final internship. Students are expected to reach specific milestones within a certain time. While projects have a recommended deadline, there are no hard-set class schedules, and students can develop skills at their own pace.
Applicants need not have prior coding experience, but must be between 18 and 30 years old.
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The Coding College curriculum includes 100+ projects and activities covering many aspects of computer science and programming, including Unix programming, 3D programming, web programming. The program is broken into 5 parts – an introduction to programming, the basics of programming, the first internship, mastering programming and digital literacy, and the final internship.
Students can expect a vibrant technology community, with peer-to-peer learning and 24/7 access to the Codam campus.
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