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Regina went from being a classical piano teacher with no coding experience to landing a job as a software engineer in six months. We sat down to talk with Regina over Zoom about her inspiring journey.

When beginning your coding journey, you may find yourself asking, “What exactly is a programming language?” In this post we take a look at this question, plus share some of the most popular programming languages.

Codecademy data scientist Catherine Zhou provides some insight into the world of data science, talks about her day to day, and helps us answer the elusive question, “What does a data scientist do?”

Watch a live Q&A with Theo B. Weidmann, the creator of Emojicode, plus a course demo with Curriculum Developer Sonny Li to celebrate the launch of our new Learn Emojicode course.

If you’re having a hard time staying motivated while learning to code, know that you aren’t alone. We’ve compiled a list of seven tips for staying motivated from the Codecademy community.

We were proud to sponsor a virtual class hackathon with Pursuit, a Queens-based organization that trains adults from under-represented backgrounds to become software engineers.

Virtual reality is alive and well, which is why we’re beyond excited to introduce you to our newest course — Learn A-Frame.

Technical interviews offer potential employers a way to see how you think on your feet. We’ve compiled some technical interview preparation tips to help you ace yours.

Codecademy Live is a new weekly series that features Codecademy Curriculum Developers walking you through popular courses, starting with Visualize Data with Python.

We’ve just released our first Pro Skill Path related to mobile development. Develop Basic Android Apps with Java is designed for anyone that wants to get started with Mobile Development, regardless of experience.

We’ve teamed up with some of our favorite brands to bring you a full day of learning new skills on Wednesday May 13 at 10:45am ET.

Not sure where to start with Codecademy Pro? We’re here to help. In this article, we’ll help you decide what the best Path is for you based on your specific goals and dreams.

We believe that learning a new skill during this challenging time can provide a sense of empowerment and so much more. Here are six reasons to learn to code while you’re at home.

This Learn From Home Series event features members of the Codecademy People Team, diving into tips for searching for a job, interviewing for a job, and starting a new job from home.

We’re matching every single Pro membership purchase with five Pro memberships for workers affected by COVID-19. Find out how you can help.

We’ve awarded over 100,000 Pro scholarships to students at 15,000 institutions in 147 countries around the globe. Learn more about our student scholarship initiative.

On April 10th, we went live on Zoom with a global online event to promote togetherness and self-betterment through learning online. If you weren’t able to attend, it’s not too late to watch the full lineup of live talks and interactive sessions.

We know that learning from home can be challenging. That’s why we’ve put together a list of tips to help you stay focused and motivated.

The Learn From Home Club is a hub featuring offers and resources from Codecademy, as well as our friends as Skillshare, Duolingo, Quizlet, and Brainly.

Have you signed up for Codecademy Pro through our scholarship program but don’t know how to get started? This guide will help you get the ball rolling, whether you’re a student, teacher, or parent.

Updated on April 15, 2020 — One month after launching our scholarship program, we’re excited to share that we’ve surpassed our goal of helping 10,000 students. In fact, we’ve awarded

Updated on March 9, 2020 — We have decided to temporarily postpone Learner Day 2020 to a TBD date. This is due to the implementation of a company-wide work-from-home policy as a response to

Today, we are thrilled to announce that more than 100,000 people all around the world have joined the Codecademy Pro community in order to transform themselves through learning. It’s a long way from where we started with an idea in a dorm room in college a little over 8 years ago.

For an entire generation, Myspace was a gateway to writing code. We looked back on the site’s code editor and explained how it led to the site’s downfall.