Coding Classes for Everyone

Ready to dive into the world of programming? Join our 4-day Virtual Java Coding Classes designed for anybody who wants to learn how to code! This interactive online class is the perfect preparation for AP Computer Science A in high school, stay-at-home moms wanting to learn more about how computers work, or anyone looking to make a career switch.

Empower Through Code

Coding is becoming as essential as language skills in today's world, unlocking countless opportunities

Intensive 4-Day Program

Our carefully crafted curriculum ensures that students learn a lot in a short time, culminating in their own unique project

Remote Learning

Enjoy the flexibility and comfort of learning from your own home, without sacrificing the quality of instruction

Gain a Competitive Edge

Mastering coding early on gives students an advantage in high school clubs and classes, setting them up for future success

Head Director

Moneel Patel, a distinguished Electrical and Computer Engineering Honors student at the University of Texas at Austin's Cockrell School of Engineering, excels in software engineering, embedded systems, and robotics. Graduating rank 8 from Seven Lakes High School with a class size of 954, Moneel completed four years of advanced computer science courses. As a full-ride Virginia & Ernest Cockrell, Jr. Scholarship recipient, he gained invaluable experience through internships at Chevron and Arion Blue LLC, and as a Research Assistant under Dr. Christine Julien. Moneel contributed significantly to projects like NASA's SEES Urban Heat Island Effect research and led FIRST Robotics and Technology Student Association teams. His comprehensive skill set and driven leadership enable him to excel in academics and extracurriculars.


Assistant Director

Ayushi Sapru, an Electrical and Computer Engineering student at the University of Texas at Austin, excels in software engineering, full-stack development, and engineering disciplines. Actively involved in university labs and organizations, Ayushi has gained invaluable experience through internships, including the NASA Johnson Space Center and Fort Bend County's IT Department. In summer 2023, she will intern at as an IT Intern, focusing on refining analytics and data. A dedicated volunteer and mentor, Ayushi has contributed over 2,000+ service hours to non-profit organizations and has received numerous accolades in Destination Imagination and FIRST Robotics Competition. Equipped with a diverse skill set in programming languages, engineering tools, and project management, Ayushi is a driven and well-rounded young professional, committed to excellence in both academic and extracurricular pursuits.


Guest Speaker

Alex J. Hanson is an Assistant Professor and a Fellow of the Jack Kilby/Texas Instruments Endowed Faculty Fellowship in Computer Engineering in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. He received the B.E. degree in electrical engineering from Dartmouth College in 2014 and the S.M. and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2016 and 2019 respectively. His research interests include component- and system-level power electronics with emphasis on high-frequency magnetics and circuits. He is also interested in leveraging power and energy in diverse applications like medicine, aerospace, etc.


Guest Speaker

Dr. Christine Julien is a professor in the Center for Advanced Research in Software Engineering (ARiSE) in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin and the director of the Mobile and Pervasive Computing Laboratory. Dr. Julien joined the University of Texas at Austin in 2004, after completing her D.Sc. in Computer Science at Washington University in Saint Louis. Since September 2019, Dr. Julien also serves as the Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Cockrell School of Engineering.


Guest Speaker

Dr. Mark McDermott is a Professor of Practice and Entrepreneur in Residence in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Texas at Austin, where he teaches graduate-level courses in silicon system design and technical entrepreneurship. He holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of New Mexico and a M.S. and Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Mark is a registered professional engineer and a member of the IEEE, ACM, and TSPE. He has 19 patents and several publications in the areas of IC design and engineering management.



"I personally liked the class. Moneel keeps students engaged. He also is very informative and always has time for questions at any time. The homework is good and really does make you remember what you learned. This class made me ready for java. I recommend this class for anyone who wants to learn java. He makes sure everyone is on the same page by doing trivia. He is more informative than other teachers and he adjusts the classes based on your level of learning. If we have extra time, which we usually do, he also tells us useful information about computers and how they work."

Anmol Devangan, Student

"I am highly impressed with Moneel's exceptional teaching skills, effective communication, and invaluable support in helping my son, Anmol, learn Java. Anmol thoroughly enjoyed the three-day course and benefited greatly from it, acquiring significant knowledge and skills in the subject matter. Moneel's dedication and expertise made the learning experience both enjoyable and enriching for my son."

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