To become a programmer
you need to code

CodeGym is an online Java programming course
that is 80% based on practice


public class CodeGym {
public static void main(String[] args) {

// It's hard to be a programmer

System.out.println("I will be a Java programmer");
}
}

The Course is 80% Practice

There are tons of good books on the Internet, but you won't become a programmer by reading books. To become a programmer, you need to write a lot of code. CodeGym is an online Java programming course consisting of 80% practice. That's precisely what you need to become a Java programmer.

1200 Practical Tasks

How many hands-on tasks should be in the perfect Java course? 10, 20, 100? The CodeGym course has 1200 practical tasks of increasing complexity. The tasks are small, but there are lots of them (lots and lots). Just enough to give you the experience you need to get a job.

Solutions Checking within Seconds.

Sometimes it takes a whole eternity for your teacher to check your assignments and give you the results. We changed that. Don’t waste your time waiting for checking your solution. With our All Mighty virtual mentor all your solutions will be checked in a blink of an eye!

Top-Notch Teaching Methods

Studying shouldn’t be boring! That’s why we use the newest techniques that make your learning easier, more interesting, and productive: visualization, storytelling, motivation, gaming, and two dozen of other technologies that you have not even heard of. Sounds intriguing, huh?

500+ Hours of Java Programming Experience

The Java course is divided into 40 levels. You can get to the next level only if you have completed most of the tasks in the current one. The tasks start small and easy, and progress to big and very useful. Your brain will get an excellent work-out! Anyone who reaches the end will gain 500+ hours of practical experience. That's a serious bid for victory. And for employment.

Train Your Coding Skills in CodeGym Whenever You Need

The course is totally self-paced. You don’t have to wait a few weeks or months until the group is gathered and the course begins. Just click on the button "Start learning", and dive in the fascinating world of Java!

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      The average salary for a Java programmer is $70,000
      Sweet prospects
      Java programmers are needed everywhere around the world