Whether you’re switching from an entirely unrelated field or you’re a university student just getting started, you want to make sure you get the most out of your Codecademy experience. Join us for this AMA-style conversation with Codecademy’s very own instructors, Alisha, Ada, Melanie, Alex, Hisham, and Adam.
Welcome to our Ask an Instructor series!
A few ground rules:
-Stay on topic. Our instructors will be discussing how to jumpstart your career in tech. Any account-specific questions such as billing questions should be sent to our customer support team .
-Be patient. Our instructors will be taking it in turns to answer your questions, and it may take them a moment to craft a detailed, helpful response to some of your questions. If your question has not been answered yet, please don’t clutter the thread by repeating the question. We will do our best to answer as many questions as possible.
-Be kind. Learners are all at different stages of their learning journeys. What may seem obvious to a more experienced coder may be completely new territory to someone just starting out.
For our next Ask-an-Instructor event, we want to ask you what YOU’D like to discuss. Vote on topic ideas in the poll below! Don’t see a topic you’re interested in? Weigh in by letting us know in the comments what you’d like to see at the next “Ask-an-Instructor” event.
- Start a Career in: Web Dev
- Start a Career in: Mobile Dev
- Start a Career in: Data Science
- Start a Career in: IT and Cybersecurity
- Learning with Generative AI
- Tech Skills for the Tech Adjacent (Product Managers, Project Managers, Designers, Marketers)
- Other (drop your suggestions in the thread below)
if you had a young person in your life who is interested in coding and art, what content would you recommend?
I might look into D3 – coding that can create interactive visualizations!