Learning to code should have a focus on practice, and it can be fun. Actually, anyone can learn programming — you don’t need to be a math genius, it’s enough to have an eagerness to learn. That’s what Dmytro Vezhnin, CodeGym’s co-founder and an experienced Senior Java Developer, thought of when he started to mentor people who dreamed to learn to code and drastically change their careers but couldn’t manage to create their learning path.
It was clear that there’s a whole world of those who want to master programming. So Dmytro offered Alex Yelenevych, who had the expertise in marketing, and a few pro developers to join the team and do the proper research. Soon they realized that still there weren’t any online tools to achieve the major goal: actually learn to code.