25+ Years Software Engineer Experience in multiple fortune 500 companies and startups. Former CTO of AI TRADE.
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Welcome to CODE MONSTERS – the coding learning center that sets a new standard. Unlike others, we don’t settle for high school student or college freshman lacking true software engineer experience to be the instructor. We believe in providing top-notch instruction from industry professionals who have mastered the craft. Our commitment to excellence ensures that you receive the highest quality education, guided by seasoned software engineers who bring their real-world expertise to the classroom. At CODE MONSTERS, we prioritize your success by offering a learning environment where knowledge meets experience.
At CODE MONSTERS, we teach real programming languages and focus on computer science fundamentals. No dying languages or conceptual “Scratch” blocks here for years like elementary schools or other learning centers. Get ready to build logic, master data structures, and tackle real software engineering projects that prepare you for the future.
At CODE MONSTERS, we believe that class size matters. Unlike other learning centers where classes can reach 25-100 students, our classes are intentionally kept small, with around 6-8 students and an additional techer’s assistant. Why? Because we prioritize individual attention and personalized learning. With a smaller class size, our dedicated instructors can effectively teach, answer questions, and closely track each student’s progress. We don’t believe in leaving students to play games or pretending to code. At CODE MONSTERS, we are here to code and play with purpose. Join us and experience the difference of focused learning, where your growth and success truly matter.
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I started teaching because my children were the right age for programming. While studying in New York, I lived in a predominantly Jewish neighborhood where most computer science (CS) students were also Jewish. I remember my professor saying, “My child, who is your teaching assistant, was already programming chess games and algorithms at the age of 8.” It stuck with me that learning programming is never too early, only too late. Starting at 15 seemed a bit late compared to that. As a parent concerned about my children’s future, understanding how to plan ahead is crucial…
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