We use code to build websites and apps, design clothes, publish books, make games and music, and to get the most from technology.
Getting to know code is really important. It means you can be creative with computers, start your own business or boost your earning potential. It is really simple to learn and anyone can do it - not just rocket scientists.
9 in 10 parents want their child to learn computer programming
Only 25% of schools teach computer programming
A computer science major can earn 40% more than the average college student
Code is more than instructing a computer to perform certain tasks. Learning code can help expand your cognitive ability to communicate by challenging the brain to recognize different patterns in language, which leads to better understanding different patterns in language structure. In a sense, code is the global language, more common than English, Chinese or Spanish. When you consider every website you may visit, every app you use on your smart phone or even the software you may use in your car, it all depends on someone who can code.
"Technology and computers are very much at the core of our economy going forward. To be prepared for the demands of the 21st century -- and to take advantage of its opportunities -- it is essential that more of our students today learn basic computer programming skills, no matter what field of work they want to pursue." Todd Park, Former U.S. Chief Technology Officer
Learning to code helps with focus and analysis skills.
Transform your computer into a power tool and have fun doing it.
Coding involves learning how to find answers autonomously.
Overcome intellectual hurdles to train your brain.
Simply put, we want to empower the next generation of coders. This is as much a passion as it is a purpose. Through Codespace, we’re committed to teaching people of all ages the fundamentals of coding.
We provide an affordable and educational series on web design and development that we call a Series I.
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Codespace is opening its flagship location in the heart of downtown Northville in the spring of 2016. Additionally, Codespace is working with school administrators throughout the state of Michigan to bring its curriculum and qualified trainers within their respective school systems helping students learn the fundamentals of code. For more information, please contact us below: