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Codecademy was created out of the frustrations Zach and Ryan felt with learning how to program. Tired with less effective text and video resources, they teamed up to create Codecademy, a better, more interactive way to learn programming by actually coding. We're growing quickly and this is just the beginning. Join us as we make it easy for everyone to love learning how to code.
We're all really passionate about our mission to share programming with the world. We want to give people a chance to complement their traditional educational experience with a way to learn skills that are immediately relevant in the labor market. We love what we do and have the privilege of working with some of the smartest and funniest people you'd hope to meet.
What they say about us:
Going Viral: How Codecademy Snagged 200,000 Users In Seven Days Forbes 22.3.2012 http://www.forbes.com/sites/jjcolao/2012/03/22/codecademy/
A Surge in Learning the Language of the Internet New York Times 27.3.2012 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/28/technology/for-an-edge-on-the-internet-computer-code-gains-a-following.html?pagewanted=all
Codecademy Founder: Why Everyone Should Learn Programming Time 8.6.2012 http://business.time.com/2012/06/08/codecademy-founder-why-everyone-should-learn-programming/
Codecademy Raises $10 Million To Conquer The World Forbes 19.6.2012 http://www.forbes.com/sites/jjcolao/2012/06/19/codecademy-raises-10-million-to-conquer-the-world/
Codecademy's design team is looking for a highly skilled interaction designer. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with a demonstrated history of taking ownership of projects.
Codecademy empowers a global community of students to learn and teach each other to code. As part of the design team, you would be tackling the challenges of online education by designing sophisticated web interfaces.
Codecademy is looking for smart college student engineers with a track record of having built, and shipped, web applications. We are looking for both frontend and backend engineers. It doesn't matter if you haven't decided what you want to specialize in. It does matter that you are intense in your desire to learn and improve, and that you love to program and build things.