Who is Kenzie Free for?

Kenzie Free is the perfect way to begin learning to code… for free. If you have no coding experience but want to learn some basics and see if a career in tech is right for you, then sign up today. It’s also a great refresher for those with some prior coding experience. You can do it from home on your own time, giving you the opportunity to test things out without any pressure.

What will you learn in Kenzie Free?

Designed by industry experts with experience from Google, LinkedIn, Zillow, and more, this course introduces HTML, CSS, & JavaScript through brief video tutorials and hands-on practice which allow you to practice entering code while seeing the results in real-time.

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How long does it take to learn to code?

The amount of time it takes someone to learn to code varies on their personal learning style. Everyone’s different, so some people pick it up faster than others. However, it’s usually easiest to learn in a structured environment with support from professionals and peers. You’ll likely pick up the basics within the first 6 months, then perfect your skills within a year. At Kenzie Academy, our program is 9 months long for this reason. We built our Software Engineering and UX Design programs to account for the time it takes to really master the art of coding.

Are coding schools or bootcamps worth it?

Great question! The answer is totally dependent on which coding school or bootcamp you choose. Often, hiring managers aren’t interested in 3-month coding bootcamp grads. They want to know you’ve taken the time to really learn, not just memorize code. That’s why we recommend and teach 9-month courses. It’s also why we don’t consider ourselves a coding bootcamp. As a Kenzie grad, you can tell hiring managers you went to a coding school. You’ll have gone through a much deeper learning process, worked on your soft skills, and graduated with a few projects in your back pocket to showcase to potential employers. At Kenzie, you’ll become a Software Engineer or UX Designer, not a coding bootcamp grad.

Do I want to become a certified Software Engineer or UX Designer?

Taking the first steps towards changing your career (and life) can be intimidating, but we’ll be there to support you every step of the way. It’s a good idea to give tech a try to make sure it’s a fit before jumping into a full-time program. Want to learn to code but aren’t sure if a tech career is right for you? We’ve put together some simple steps and free online resources to help you decide.

Is Coding Right For You?

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Register for Kenzie Free

Kenzie Free is our series of self-paced, online mini-courses designed to help anyone and everyone practice coding. Created by Kenzie instructors with backgrounds at companies like Google, Zillow, and LinkedIn (the same experts who develop our full-time programs), Kenzie Free will help you decide if a tech career is right for you.

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Learn HTML

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for creating websites and web applications. HTML is used to describe the structure of a website.

Try our free HTML mini-course.

Learn HTML
Practice CSS

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a website, including color, layout, and fonts. 

Try our free CSS mini-course.

Practice CSS
Try JavaScript

JavaScript is usually used in conjunction with HTML and CSS to build interactive websites and web applications. Programmers use JavaScript to describe how a website or app should behave and interact with users.

Try our free JavaScript mini-course.

Try JavaScript
Apply To Kenzie

If you finish your courses and are still wondering if coding is right for you, or want to take the next step and enroll, we are here to help. Fill out an application or contact us directly to speak to one of our Admissions Advisors.

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Learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

Try Kenzie Free, our online coding practice platform.

Sign Up