What is coding.cafe?
I thought about this website while reading a bunch of posts by Reddit's members asking the same question:
I want to learn how to make websites, where do I start?
I created coding.cafe to show you the path to making a website; to help you practice by providing concrete exercises; to follow up on you so you stay motivated; to answer to your questions and help you start AND finish your website (or to answer to your questions and provide feedback so you know you are in the good track to making a website, or something like that).
So here is what we will do: Once a week, you will receive an email with a theme, clear objectives, and links to free-content available online. Then, to make sure you understood the subject, you will have an exercise that is as close as possible to what you would do in real life.
On Fridays, we'll have a live stream where I'll answer questions and explain stuff. And have fun. If you don't look at your emails for a while, I'll write to check in on you and help you getting back on track.
Why this approach to learning?
When I want to learn something new, I learn it by myself. My method is simple: I go online and gather as much information as possible about a subject and I study (basically, reading articles and watching tutorials). Well, there are three main issues with my method:
- Information is all over the place, and there is no continuity or roadmap.
- When I have access to a bunch of information it's hard to stay focused and motivated. Oftentimes, I stop before I'm done.
- I don't practice :(
If this sounds like you, keep reading...
coding.cafe is for you if:
- You want to learn Front-end Web Development (how to make websites)
- You want/need a roadmap
- You struggle to stay focused
- You need a community and a kick in the butt to keep spirits high
- You are a chronical non-finisher
I do, I am a chronical non-finisher with experience making websites and teaching Front-end Web Development, so let's help each other.
How much it cost?
There are two versions of this curated learning.
- A weekly email covering the basics of Front-end Web Development (again, content that is already online) + a list of exercises to check comprehension
- A monthly newsletter - What's new in Front-end Web Development (including articles, blog-posts and interviews with Front-End Developers and eventually members of coding.cafe)
- A kick in the butt if you don't stay focus on your learning.
Paid version - $4.65CAD per month (the price of a latte at Starbucks:)In addition to the weekly email and monthly newsletter, you get:
- Access to Slack Channel where members can help and support each other
- Access to life stream. Every Friday we'll discuss the weekly theme and exercises, a I'll answer to any question you might have about Front-end Web Development
- Feedback sessions. Live and online code reviewing events with members
Quick question: Why should you pay if the content is already online and it's free?
coding.cafe is a service to help you learn & practice the basics of Front-end Web Development. Based on my experience coding and teaching Front-end Web Development, I do create my own content, and I structure the roadmap and design exercises that replicate real life scenarios. Hopefully, in a few months there will also be an amazing community of members that will help and support each other. That is what you are paying for.
Interested? Subscribe now
Don't wait, prices will go up shortly.
$4,69CAD per month
- Receive the emails
- Get access to the Slack group
- Get access to the live stream on Friday
- Receive the newsletter
- Coding reviews with the other members