To join our organization, you need to at least be fluent enough in our type of Coding. Now, don’t be scared. Being fluent in the type of coding we teach does not mean you must be a Software Developer. In fact, you don’t need to have had any formal training in any programming language; you only need to be smart, willing to learn and be able to think logically.
To prepare for our interview, you need to have gone through the following courses:
Code.org: A good course to start with is Course 2. If you decide to set yourself apart by learning more programming concepts, you can continue with Course 3 and Course 4.
Scratch: Scratch is a free visual programming language developed by MIT Media Lab. It allows for a lot of flexibility with what can be done, from creating games, to making stories and even controlling some types of hardware. You can use Scratch online or download the offline version. There’s a good online course that takes you through the basics of Scratch here.
You will also be required to have basic knowledge of Web Design i.e. how to build a simple website. There are several free online courses that can help with this including: