Is coding school right for me?

For people who want to learn to code, but aren't sure if a career in coding is right for them, we have put together some simple steps and free online resources to help you decide.

Step 1

Register for Kenzie Free

Kenzie Free is a new series of 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 Kenzie Academy’s full programs), Kenzie Free will help you decide if a career in tech is right for you.


Step 2

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.

Take the free Learn HTML mini-course.


Step 3

learn css

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

Take the free Learn CSS mini-course.


Step 4

learn 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 web application should behave and interact with users.

Take the free Learn JavaScript mini-course.