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Our Remote Prep course, which teaches the fundamentals of web and app development, has been a big hit with students. The course has proven far superior to self-study, and many students go on to our immersive Remote Beta course. This is due to both the curriculum itself and the support of instructors and peers throughout.
“Remote Prep is structured with the essentials in mind—not just the course material, but also the skills any competent developer should have,” says Jeff Cousins, who went on to Remote Beta. “The class kicked off with pair programming on day one. We worked on several projects to test and cement our understanding throughout the four weeks. Being part of a class of driven, like-minded people made my learning engaging and fun. We learned how to think like programmers and how to communicate our code-based thoughts.”
Many Remote Prep students first tried self-guided courses, but, as Cousins explains, it’s “easy to get lost, bored, or overwhelmed” when trying to learn to code by oneself. Remote Prep proves to be far more efficient by being equally hands-on as a self-guided course with personalized mentorship to keep students progressing at a rapid pace.
If you are one of the many people who would like to get into coding, but don’t know where to start, give strong consideration to Remote Prep. For some people, like Kai You, it is an incredible skills catalyst:
“At the end of the program, I successfully applied and got into Hack Reactor Remote Beta. Four weeks can change your life completely. Remote Prep has completely changed my life for the better!”