• Learning to read and write code

    MEANS HARD WORK, BUT IT ALSO MEANS JOBS.

    GET OVER IT. ENTER <CODE FOR ALL_>

  • Have serious fun

    WE’RE PROGRAMMING THE FUTURE.

    DISCOVER <CODE FOR ALL_KIDS>

<CODE FOR ALL _>

We’re code down to the bone and we’ll do whatever it takes to reach our goal.

Our motto?! Code Ergo Sum: Help the universe to ride the digital tsunami,
 teaching children and grown-ups to program the present, looking to the future.

<BOOTCAMPS>

We transform talented Noobs
 from <Code Cadets> into
 <Padawan Code Developers> prepared to enter the IT job market in merely 14 weeks.
No money, no problem: get the job first, pay later!

<JUNIOR>

We want to show children the marvellous, creative and inventive language hidden behind the interfaces of their technological playthings. Learning code is, first and foremost, learning to think and solve problems. Let’s play, <Junior Code Cadets>!

< CODE FOR ALL _BOOTCAMP >

Because code means jobs

We are born out of the observation of a contemporary paradox: on one hand an extremely high youth unemployment rate, on the other hand an enormous employment opportunity in the Information Technology sector.

We believe that although learning to read and write code is hard work, it actually means many more jobs. We’re on a mission: reprogram lives by teaching code.

And since we’ll do whatever it takes to reach our goals, we’ve been recruiting brilliant minds, who couldn’t find a job in their respective areas of training, transforming them–over 14 weeks and +650 hours of intense immersion in pure and simple code culture–from brave <Code Cadets> into determined <Padawan Developers>.

< CODE FOR ALL _KIDS >

Because playing with code is serious business.

<CodeForAll_Kids> was born from the dream of including programming in school curricula around the world, from 1st grade to University.

Through our platform <CodeForAll_Kids>, we introduce children to the fantastic world of programming language, while stimulating their logical reasoning, problem solving and creativity.

Our Herculean task for these young programmers? Make them code pioneers so that, in the future, we may expand this beta version to all primary schools in the world, integrating basic programming skills into the education system.

THE <A/C_> STARTMAKERS' TEAM

We Have a <Dream> and it's in Code.

DOMINGOS GUIMARÃES
<CO-FOUNDER>

A natural-born-starmaker turned into a developers’ startmaker.

JOÃO MAGALHÃES
<CO-FOUNDER CEO>

The positive force igniting people and connecting dots.

CATARINA CAMPINO
<HEAD OF DETAIL>

For this artist turned hustler, no idea is too big and no detail is too small.

< WORD >

  • Great coders are today’s rock stars. That’s it.

    William James Adams, a.k.a. will.i.am. created the Black Eyed Peas and is currently taking code programming classes.

  • In fifteen years we'll be teaching programming just like reading and writing... and wondering why we didn't do it sooner.

    Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, aka Mark Zuckerberg, started programming when he was still a kid. He created Facebook, together with a group of colleagues, from his dorm room in Harvard. At 23, he became a billionaire.

  • You can and must understand computers NOW.

    Theodor Holy Nelson, aka Ted Nelson, Information Technology pioneer, philosopher and sociologist. He coined the terms “Hypertext” and “Hypermedia”. He first used these expressions in 1974.

  • Part of what we’re realizing is that we’re starting too late when it comes to making sure that our young people are familiar with not just how to play a video game, but how to create a video game.

    Barack Hussein Obama II, aka Barack Obama, the first President of the US of A who wrote a line of code.

  • I think everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer because it teaches you how to think.

    Steven Paul Jobs, aka Steve Jobs, “crazy one” and co-founder of Apple, Pixar and NeXT.

<PARTNERS IN CODE>

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