Does this sound like you?

Have you tried to get into coding, robotics, or anything technical, and realized that there's so much to learn, but not a lot of guidance on where to start?

Have you questioned whether gaining technical skills is even for you?
Are you feeling overwhelmed, uneasy, or uncertain about coding, electronics, or robotics?

So what can you do...?

Well, you can...

  • Spend Hours and Hours Sifting through YouTube, Books, and Internet DIYs
    (and feel more confused than before)

  • Copy random code from the Internet, and Get Frustrated When Things Don't Work
    ☝️I've been here

  • Sign up for a University Program and Spend $10K+ On Random Non-Tech Classes
    (There has to be a better way, right?)

  • Take Community College Classes and Waste Months (if not Years) on Boring Prerequisites
    (yawn 🥱, boring)

In Coding Mastery for Beginners
YOU'LL DISCOVER:

The Full Process Engineers use to Solve Coding and Hardware Problems including:

  • How the right thought process can make a difference when solving technical problems.

  • The two secret keys to writing your first lines of code and using code with hardware devices.

  • The #1 consideration when designing software for electronics, robots, and hardware.

  • The 3 must-have tools to write clean code that's easy for anyone to read (including yourself).

  • The most common problems and how to go about fixing them (with full video demonstrations).

  • The reusable system that will help you translate your coding and hardware skills into future automation and robotics projects.

  • How to Jumpstart your Career into tech and use highlight your knowledge to land high-salary job offers.

You'll Learn From Engineers (With Actual Industry Experience)

Backed by Engineers and Optimized to make it Fun and Easy for Regular People
Walk away with Technical Skills will get you from Point A (No Background) to Point Z (Functional Code & Devices) by building devices, writing code, and working through examples.

Even if you're not technical, I'll walk you through step-by-step how to write code, build hardware devices, and test everything.

Hands-on Examples. Easy to Understand. Full Roadmap. ZERO Frustration. Use these fundamentals to launch your Technical Career!

Here's What You'll Get in Coding Mastery for Beginners

No matter your background, if you’re determined to gain technical skills, you can! You just need a straightforward and simple process to follow. And you need time to practice the right skills, frequently.

👉 You’ll be placed into the right environment, so that if you follow the lessons and work on the projects, you have no choice but to succeed.

When you gain mastery in coding, electronics, and prototyping, you’ll be able to move on to greater tech challenges and join organizations who pay top dollars for tech talent.

The Top Hiring Managers are looking for thinkers, innovators, and those who can produce results. Our Coding Mastery for Beginners Course will lay that foundation.

  • Learn the Repeatable Process

    Coding is very procedural. If you can learn how the process works, you can devise solutions to just about anything!
    We give you the step-by-step process on how to go about solving problems.

  • Create a Technical Project Portfolio

    The Biggest Thing Hiring Managers want to know is what have you built? To break into tech, you need projects you can showcase. You'll create a portfolio of working technical projects.

  • Gain Both Software and Hardware Skills

    Two is better than one, but only if you're best at both. In our program, we will show you how to effectively mix and match coding and electronics to build devices that work in the real world.

Taught by Engineering Professionals from Top Institutions

We want you to have the best, so we use the best instructors who have a wealth of experience.

Helped me learn to code easily

Kimberly W, Student

I think this course helped me learn how to program in a very basic and easy way and it showed me how to wire a breadboard. I think this course helps to show the basics of coding and is easy to go through and will most likely make you want to move on to a harder course because of what it teaches you. It also is a fun course with a discussion and you can contact other students or teachers.

Must-Take Course for Professionals

Jane Connolly-Spencer, Special Projects Engineer

Liz [from Learn Robotics] shares stuff in a way that I understand better, even after paying for a four-year engineering degree. Must-take course if you're trying to break through fundamental concepts without wasting a lot of time.

Great for Teachers

Michael L, STEM Teacher

I need to be involved with folks who are just getting started in robotics. I don’t want the technical-robotic information to be over my head, yet. This is the only site I’ve ever come across that stated they were to here help a newbie.
Thank you!

More Passionate about Robots

Zehor l, Student

The course is very easy and understandable. It made me more passionate about robotics and helped me build a clear view of this field. Thank you, Learn Robotics!

It's Time To Get Excited and Boost Your Tech Skills

The Best Way to Learn a New Skill is to Learn it From Someone Who *Knows their Stuff.*

Engineering Degree programs are well over $50K a year.

Local College Programs are $10K+… and that doesn’t mean you’ll actually learn anything (or have fun while doing it).

In fact, the bonuses alone are worth taking the course!

If you follow the roadmap we outline in the course, you have no choice but to pick up coding, electronics, and technical skills. You can spend as little as 10 minute a day watching the modules and building the projects.

You can start writing code and understanding electronics in just a couple of hours. And, regardless of where you want to end up – Engineer, Hobbyist, or somewhere in between, we cover “real skills” that will help you get there.

Plus, we’re here for you every step of the way.

How does that sound?

  • Automatic 12-Week Schedule so that You Stay Focused and Learn Tech Skills Even With a Busy Schedule

  • The 80-20 Principle so that you don't waste time on boring concepts that don't produce results

  • The Key Strategies to Break Into Technical Careers and Earn $5K, $10K, $20K+ more while working a job you love

  • Personalized Access to Engineering Professionals to help when you have questions

  • Plug-and-Play Technical Resume Templates that can be customized with projects from this course

  • Completion Certificate and Reference to help you with that next promotion, job, or career move

  • And So Much More! We could list everything here, but I think you get the gist of it

Enroll now and you'll instantly receive:

  • High-quality video lessons, broken up into 11 sharply focused chapters.
  • Hands-on Technical Projects and Coding Reviews with Templates.
  • Downloadable worksheets and presentations to help you put what you learned into action.
  • 24/7 access to the course. View it wherever and whenever you like.

What You Will Learn In Coding Mastery for Beginners

This Course is Action-Packed with Pure Technical Fun:

  • 1

    Chapter 1: How Technology Impacts Us Daily (and Why this Matters)

    • Pre-Course Survey

    • Lesson 1.1: Welcome to the Course

    • Lesson 1.2: How to Get Ahead in Technology

    • Lesson 1.3: How to Prototype Devices for the "Real-World"

    • Lesson 1.4: What Do You Need to Build Prototypes and Robots?

    • Lesson 1.5: What is the Impact of Electronics in Your Life?

    • Chapter 1 Activity: How Do Electronics Impact Your Life?

  • 2

    Chapter 2: How to Decipher Technical Diagrams Like an Engineer

    • Lesson 2.1: What Are Microcontrollers and Why Do We Use Them?

    • Lesson 2.2: The Key Steps to Read Schematics and Wiring Diagrams

    • File Download: Wiring Diagrams

    • Chapter 2 Activity: Research Controllers to Understand the Market

    • Lesson 2.3: Why is Technical Documentation So Important?

    • Lesson 2.4: The Other Types of Documentation You Should Know About

    • Lesson 2.5: Different Microcontroller Manufacturers, Copies, and Clones

    • Chapter 2 Quiz: Put Your Knowledge to the Test!

  • 3

    Chapter 3: Learn How to Wire Electronic Prototypes With This Process

    • Checkpoint Chapter 3: How Confident Are You With Prototyping?

    • Lesson 3.1: What are Breadboards, and How Do We Use Them Correctly?

    • Chapter 3 Presentation: The Rules of Prototyping (So You Don't Mess Up!)

    • Lesson 3.2: How to Setup Any Prototype with a Breadboard

    • Lesson 3.3: The Best Way to Wire a Prototype (Full Walkthrough Demonstration)

    • Lesson 3.4: How to Use Simulation to Design & Test Your Prototypes

    • Chapter 3 Quiz: Test Your Prototyping Knowledge!

  • 4

    Chapter 4: How to Build Circuits You Can Program

    • Lesson 4.1: How to Use a Bill of Materials To Create a Prototype

    • Lesson 4.2: What Are The Basic Circuit Components, and How Do We Use Them?

    • Lesson 4.3: How to Connect Your Knowledge of Diagram Reading Into Hands-On Prototyping

    • Lesson 4.4: The Steps to Use A Wiring Diagram to Build A Circuit

    • Lesson 4.5: How to Build The Circuit Device (Full Walkthrough Demonstration)

    • Lesson 4.6: How to Create a Prototype in Simulation (Full Walkthrough Demonstration)

    • Lesson 4.7: The One Calculation That Will Save You from Burning Out LEDs!

    • Lesson 4.8: The Relationship Between Voltage, Current, and Resistance (Calculation Demo)

    • Chapter 4 Guide: Wiring Diagrams and Calculations

    • Chapter 4 Activity: How To Use Basic Math to Solve Circuit Problems

    • Chapter 4 Quiz: Test Your Circuit Knowledge!

  • 5

    Chapter 5: Each Device Should Have a Purpose (Or Solve a Problem)

    • Checkpoint Chapter 5: How's the course going?

    • Lesson 5.1: How to Prototype with a Purpose

    • Lesson 5.2: What are Device Requirements, and How Do We Use Them?

    • Chapter 5 Activity: How is this device beneficial?

    • Chapter 5.1 Quiz: Test Your Prototyping Knowledge!

    • Chapter 5.2 Quiz: Test Your Device Knowledge!

  • 6

    Chapter 6: The Easiest Method to Start Programming Hardware Devices

    • Lesson 6.1: Start Coding In Simulation (Full Walkthrough Demonstration)

    • Lesson 6.2: My Go-To Software to Program a Microcontroller (IDE Selection)

    • Lesson 6.3: How to Access Learn Robotics' Online IDE (Free Subscription for Students)

    • Learn Robotics IDE - Click this Lesson to Launch!

    • Lesson 6.4: How to Design Your First Program (Follow These Steps)

    • Lesson 6.5: How to Read Other People's Software (Key Things to Look For)

    • Chapter 6 Quiz: Test Your Coding Knowledge!

  • 7

    Chapter 7: The 20% of Coding You Need To Know To Write 80% of All Programs!

    • Lesson 7.1: What are Inputs and Outputs, and How Do We Use Them?

    • Chapter 7.1 Quiz: Test Your Knowledge on Inputs and Outputs!

    • Lesson 7.2: The Two Required Methods For Arduino Prototyping

    • Lesson 7.3: How to Modify Existing Code Easily (Full Walkthrough Demonstration)

    • Lesson 7.4: The Programming Tip That Makes a Big Difference In Your Code

    • Lesson 7.5: How to Organize Your Code to Perform Different Functions

    • Chapter 7.2 Quiz: Test Your Coding Syntax Knowledge!

    • Circuit Lab 7: Create a Prototype That Controls LEDs

    • Chapter 7.3 Quiz: Test Your Programming Knowledge!

  • 8

    Chapter 8: How to Use Sensors to Collect (and Use) Data

    • Lesson 8.1: What Are Sensors, and How do we Classify Them?

    • File Download: What are Sensors?

    • Lesson 8.2: The Easy Way to Display Sensor Data for Visualization

    • Lesson 8.3: How to Read and Store Data from Analog Sensors

    • Circuit Lab 8: Design a Device to Capture and Display Sensor Readings

    • Chapter 8 Quiz: Test Your Sensor Knowledge!

  • 9

    Chapter 9: The Best Way to Make Decisions Based on (Sensor) Data

    • Checkpoint Chapter 9: How's the course going?

    • Lesson 9.1: How to Use Device Requirements

    • Lesson 9.2: How to Design Code to Check Data for Conditions

    • Circuit Lab 9.1: Design a Prototype that Checks for Conditions

    • Lesson 9.3: Why You Should Use Thresholds In Your Code (And How it Makes a Difference)

    • Circuit Lab 9.2: Create a Prototype That Responds to its Environment

    • Circuit Lab 9.3: How to Create Custom Code and Organize it Properly

    • Lesson 9.4: Reviewing Solutions, and How to Check Your Code

    • Chapter 9 Quiz: Test Your Knowledge on Decision-Making!

  • 10

    Chapter 10: Develop Your Circuit Capstone Project

    • Lesson 10.1: How to Bring Everything in This Course Together

    • Circuit Lab 10: Build Your Electronic Prototype

    • Lesson 10.2: How to Check Your Code, and an Example Solution (Full Walkthrough Demonstration)

    • Checkpoint: What'd you think of the course?

    • Level 1: Final Exam

    • Assignment: Showcase your project!

    • Checkpoint Chapter 10: What did you think of the course?

  • 11

    [BONUS] Chapter 11: The Definite Guide to Landing a Technical Career (Using Skills from this Course)

    • Lesson 11.1: How to Talk About Your Technical Skills

    • Lesson 11.2: How to Create a Technical Resume and Showcase the Most Important Skills

    • Lesson 11.3: How to Create A Technical Project Portfolio that Hiring Managers Will Go Crazy About

    • Lesson 11.4: How to Curate an Elevator Pitch that Will Get You Hired (or Promoted) for a Technical Job

    • Lesson 11.5: The Best Way to Highlight Information from this Course on Your Resume

    • Bonus Download: Career Development Guide for Technical Professionals

    • Lesson 11.6: How to Use this Course as a Reference on Your Professional Job or College Application

    • Checkpoint Chapter 11: How will this Help Your Career?

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you're feeling like Learn Robotics might be right for you, the best way to see is by giving us a try. But we understand you might also have questions!

Let's see if we can clear some things up for you:

  • What if I'm brand new to coding, robotics, and tech?

    That's awesome! You're in the right spot. We cover the fundamentals and step-by-step process in this course. If you follow along, you'll pick up the skills!

  • How much time do I need to invest into this course?

    We generally recommend setting aside 10-20 minutes a day to work through the modules.

    You can work as fast or as slow as you'd like, and part of your enrollment includes 24/7 access and a 12-Week Schedule to help you get organized.

    Lessons are released weekly on a schedule that will keep you on track and focused!

  • Does this program use hardware parts?

    This course can be taken with or without the hardware parts. The Hardware Parts are Sold Separately, but are available through Learn Robotics! We wanted to provide you with a flexible option to take this course.

    When you enroll in the course, you'll receive an exclusive discount for the Learn Robotics Kit. Check your email confirmation for instructions on how to get the kit!

    Please note there's an extra shipping fee for learners outside of the United States.

  • What do I need to take this course?

    You'll need a computer (any operating system), a Standard USB port, and an Internet connection to complete the course.

    We'll send you instructions on how to purchase the hardware materials upon enrollment (optional, but recommended).

  • What are your cancellation and refund policies?

    You can view our cancellation and refund policy here.

Other questions? Email us anytime: info@learnrobotics.org

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