Get started with programming through interactive content like quizzes, videos, and hands-on projects. Our learn-by-doing approach is the most effective way to learn to code.
Advance quickly and successfully through the curriculum with the support of expert reviewers whose detailed feedback will ensure you master all the right skills.
Draw inspiration and knowledge from forums, stay on track with the support of mentors, and enjoy 1:1 video calls when you need guidance on specific challenges or projects.
Learn the skills needed to enroll in a career-track Nanodegree program, then try them out on a real project from one of those programs—you’ll get credit for it when you enroll!
Andy Brown is a Lead Instructor at Udacity. He has a degree in physics from MIT, and since has devoted his time to teaching and learning. He loves exploring this new educational medium by creating innovative and engaging courses.
Cameron lives and breathes web development as he creates programming courses at Udacity. He graduated with degrees in physics and astronomy from Vanderbilt University and a master's in teaching from Belmont University.
Dave Evans is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Virginia where he teaches computer science and leads research in computer security. He is an award winning author with PhD, SM, and SB degrees from MIT.
Jessica spent her early career teaching teachers how to use microcontrollers and robotics in the classroom. She studied Electrical Engineering from the University of Central Florida and got an ME from the University of Wisconsin.
With a degree in CS, Kunal worked as a programmer for three years before switching to education. He taught science, worked with Google on distance learning, and eventually earned a master’s in educational technology from Stanford.
Steve Huffman co-founded Reddit, one of the largest communities online. In 2010, he co-founded Hipmunk. Steve made Inc. Magazine's 30 under 30 list in 2011. He studied Computer Science at the University of Virginia.
Georgia has an MS in Education at John Hopkins University. She loves to teach students from all backgrounds. Georgia previously contributed her teaching skills with Teach for America, The Flatiron School, and Girls Who Code.
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You will learn HTML, CSS, and Python through quizzes, videos, and projects. You will also learn how to think like a programmer, and develop problem–solving skills that you’ll be able to take with you to your next career–ready Nanodegree program.
We don't recommend it. Chromebooks are not designed to be developer machines, and many common developer tools — such as major text editors, Python, and the Linux shell – all of which are used in this course — are not available for Chrome OS – at least via the usual routes. If it's your only option, we'll try and help you make it work, because we want you to succeed! However, we recommend getting a true developer machine if you want to pursue programming professionally.
Graduates of this program who enrolled after May 1st 2017 are not eligible for a 50% tuition refund. Graduates who enrolled prior to that date, please see below.
You have two options for how to proceed:
1. If you plan to graduate before September 30th 2017, you can proceed as planned, and then apply for the 50% tuition refund when you graduate.
2. If you’d like to switch to the new pricing model, you can write intro–email@example.com to initiate a change from your current subscription. You’ll receive instructions on how to re–enroll and take advantage of the new pricing.
One of these will be the right choice for you, depending on your pace, and planned completion date. If you'd like to talk through the options live, please contact us.
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