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Five Week Coder: From Beginner to Programmer Fast 
A fun, step by step approach to learning to program in Python and landing your first freelance job in the shortest amount of time possible.
Five Week Coder: From Beginner to Programmer Fast 
A fun, step by step approach to learning to program in Python and landing a job in the shortest amount of time possible.

What You Get
01
The Five-Week Coder
Course

You will get access to hours of videos
 that will help you learn to program and 
improve your career.
02
Exclusive Access
to the Five-Week Coder
Facebook Group
Get help from over one thousand other 
professionals like you learning to program.
What You Get
01
The Five-Week Coder
Course

You will get access to hours of 
videos that will help you learn to 
program and improve your career.
02
Exclusive Access
to the 
Five-Week Coder
Facebook 
Group
Get help from over one thousand 
other professionals like you learning
 to program.
03
Over 100 Hours of Exercises and Homework.
04
A Free Digital Copy of The Self-Taught Programmer.
05
Weekly live group training with Cory Althoff.
What You Will Learn

Start

To program in python 3 and build your first program.

Learn

Object-oriented programming and create a powerful Python program to get you hooked.

Learn

To use tool like Git, Bash, and regular expressions. Then use your new coding skills to build a web scraper.

Study

Computer Science fundamentals like data structures and algorithms.

Finish

With best coding practices, tips for working with a team, and advice on landing a programming job.
What You Will Learn

Start

To program in python 3 and build your first program.

Learn

Object-oriented programming and create a powerful Python program to get you hooked.

Learn

To use tool like Git, Bash, and regular expressions. Then use your new coding skills to build a web scraper.

Study

Computer Science fundamentals like data structures and algorithms.

Finish

With best coding practices, tips for working with a team, and advice on landing a programming job.
Based on the Best-Selling Book
«Althoff gathered what he learned in a book called The Self-Taught Programmer: The Definitive Guide to Programming Professionally, which he self-published in January and sells on Amazon in paperback and a Kindle edition. It has already sold 20,000 copies and was a finalist in the career category in the Indie Book Awards.»
— Forbes
Based on the Best-Selling Book
«Althoff gathered what he learned in a book called The Self-Taught Programmer: The Definitive Guide to Programming Professionally, which he self-published in January and sells on Amazon in paperback and a Kindle edition. It has already sold 20,000 copies and was a finalist in the career category in the Indie Book Awards.»
— Forbes
What Kind of Job Can I Get Once I Learn to Program?

Software Engineer

Software engineers design, construct, test, and maintain computer programs. Whether that means working on Tesla’s diagnostic system, improving Google’s algorithm, or working on a new product at a startup.

Average salary: $115,462. 

Web Developer

Web Developers create (you guessed it) websites. There are three types of web developers: front-end developers, back-end developers, and full-stack developers. Front-end web developers design the user interface (the part you can see), back-end web developers work with the logic and data behind a website, and full-stack developers do both.

Average salary: $93,402. 

Mobile app developer

Mobile Developers make apps for mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Like web developers, mobile developers work on either the front-end, back-end, or both.

Average salary: $102,986. 
The Self-Taught Revolution 
Naysayers love preaching that you can't get a programming job without a computer science degree. I know from experience that is not true. Not only can you get a job without a computer science degree; some of the most successful people in the world are self-taught programmers. Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, Mark Zuckerberg, Founder of Facebook, Steve Wozniak, Co-Founder of Apple, and Jack Dorsey, Co-Founder of Twitter, are just a few examples of astronomically successful self-taught programmers.

Our courses will give you a solid foundation to begin your journey to program professionally, either as a software engineer or in another profession where you can use your programming skills to excel.

Don't let anyone tell you that you can't learn to program, or that companies won't take you seriously. According to the Wall Street Journal, by 2020, there will be one million unfilled programming jobs in the United States. With such a severe shortage of programming talent, companies cannot afford to ignore us. They cannot afford not to take us seriously. They need us. Are you ready to join the legends? 
Join Today
Learn to program and change your life. 
Join Today
Learn to program and change your life. 
Testimonials
Hi Cory,

My best friend and I are two moms, who work from home, and are learning to code to improve our lives. I just wanted to reach out to you and say thank you. You speak in a way that is easy to understand and you add in very useful information that makes coding much easier. Quite literally, you have given us hope that we will succeed and make it out alive ! 
  • Christina R. 
Good morning Cory.

First off, I owe you a big thank you!
I attended a community college for two years and, due to my learning style, was unable to grasp these concepts. Trading in the community college for online learning has been much more beneficial for me. Once again, thanks much!


  • Mark P.
Hey Cory,
 
I can't tell you how much this group helped me when I was starting out as a programmer. This was one of the best resources I had to find information and learn about the fundamentals of programming that most programmers take for granted. I’m now working full-time as a programmer, and I owe it all to you. 

  • Kyle M.
Cory I just want to take the time to thank you very much for giving us this space! And for putting together your course. I finished that today! Yay me! I can add Python to my arsenal and hopefully one day get a break and be able to work remotely from home. Thank you again!






  • Steve K. 
Ran my first code and it ran perfectly!! #HelloWorld #HappyProgrammer 😎












  • Kendall A. 
Cory teaches in a way that is easy to follow and his lessons are the perfect length. I was always able to get help from Cory himself. I am a stay-at-home mom and was able to finish the course in under 3 weeks (with a 2 year old crawling all over me!). Also after talking to a friend of mine who is a Computer Science tutor, I know that I learned more about Python in this program then I would have had I chose to go to a community college and pursue a degree in Computer Science!

  • Heidi S.
Testimonials
Hi Cory,

My best friend and I are two moms, who work from home, and are learning to code to improve our lives. I just wanted to reach out to you and say thank you. You speak in a way that is easy to understand and you add in very useful information that makes coding much easier. Quite literally, you have given us hope that we will succeed and make it out alive ! 
  • Christina R. 
Good morning Cory.

First off, I owe you a big thank you!
I attended a community college for two years and, due to my learning style, was unable to grasp these concepts. Trading in the community college for online learning has been much more beneficial for me. Once again, thanks much!
  • Mark P.
Hey Cory,
 
I can't tell you how much this group helped me when I was starting out as a programmer. This was one of the best resources I had to find information and learn about the fundamentals of programming that most programmers take for granted. I’m now working full-time as a programmer, and I owe it all to you. 
  • Kyle M.
Cory I just want to take the time to thank you very much for giving us this space! And for putting together your course. I finished that today! Yay me! I can add Python to my arsenal and hopefully one day get a break and be able to work remotely from home. Thank you again!
  • Steve K. 
Ran my first code and it ran perfectly!! #HelloWorld #HappyProgrammer 😎
  • Kendall A. 
Hi. My name is Heidi, I'm originally from Cali but recently moved to Ohio ( I know I know who moves from Cali to Ohio?!?!?). I recently decided to learn how to code because I'd like a good job I can do from home. I started with HTML and CSS and was about to go onto JavaScript when I came across Cory's webinar. What Cory said made sense to me so I decided to go with Python. I'm about 25% through the program ( I don't sleep much) and I am enjoying it and learning a lot.
  • Heidi S.
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