Foundations is our part-time, 5-week prep course for beginners who want to get started learning how to code.
We do not believe that you can create a sustainable software engineering career by going to a coding program for beginners promising full-stack web applications in one month. Our course is designed for beginners who want to pursue a new fulfilling career path.
Our course focuses on building a clear understanding of fundamental concepts used in programming so that you can learn to think and grow like an engineer. Through our Foundations course, you will be able to create logic using code, develop engineering autonomy, and practice having a growth mindset.
Price - Early Bird: ¥144,000 | Regular: ¥160,000
|Course Dates||Early Bird Deadline||Final Deadline|
|March 5 - April 6, 2019 [FULL]||February 12, 2019||March 1, 2019|
|May 7 - June 8, 2019||April 7, 2019||May 3, 2019|
|June 11 - July 13, 2019||May 11, 2019||June 7, 2019|
I also appreciated how Kani and Yan, the co-founders, and everyone at Code Chrysalis are friendly and very approachable. They continue to do an excellent job creating an active, inclusive community and outreach, and I also appreciate them making many of their contents available on FB, etc. Many thanks, guys, for being [a] progressive "catalyst" and continuing making a difference in Japan :) "
Kimiko was born in Japan but grew up in the United States. After working as an English teacher for 7 years in Hyogo, Kimiko moved to Tokyo to pursue programming. As a graduate of Code Chrysalis' fifth immersive cohort she's developed a keen interest in databases, networks and computer security. She is currently a software engineer at TradingScreen.
Beau has worked in software development, English education, and audio engineering. He is interested in computer science education and building software that makes people's lives better. He graduated from Code Chrysalis in July and is currently a software engineer at Zehitomo.
Alex graduated from Pembroke College, University of Oxford with a Masters of Chemistry. Feeling disillusioned with chemistry, he moved to Japan to teach English in Saitama. Alex started coding at a Code Chrysalis introduction to programming workshop and went on to taking Harvard's on-line CS50X course. He graduated from Code Chrysalis in July and is currently a software engineer at Zehitomo.