Growing World-Class Software Development Talent

Software is all around us. Awesome Inc U exists to help people learn to code and unlock the power to create their own Mobile Apps, Websites, and Video Games. Start your journey with our classes in downtown Lexington, no prior programming experience necessary. Come join the hundreds of kids and adults who are learning to harness the power of software.


Students learning to code

Kids

Students age 9 - 17 love making games and apps with us. Turn screen time into career-skill time.

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Adults learning to code

Adults

If you can write an email, we can help you learn to code. Great for aspiring entrepreneurs and career switchers.

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Group learning to code

Groups

Bring the Awesome Inc U team in to train your group or organization.

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Proven Success. Read more.

"This was a fantastic course and I'd highly recommend taking it. The Awesome Inc. team kept a seemingly tedious subject fun and interesting with games, jokes and sandbox time. It was a very hands on class and by the end, we had built an actual website from scratch. They're not just blowing smoke -- Awesome Inc. really is awesome!"

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One Day Classes and Events
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Our classes are attended by students, independent entrepreneurs, and corporate teams. It’s never too early or too late to learn to code. You don’t need to be a genius to learn to code, you just need to be determined. From musicians, to athletes, to billionaire founders of tech companies, lots of successful people want YOU to learn to code.

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Talented Instructors.
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If we’re looking to create excellent programmers, we want to create them in the image of existing excellent programmers. This is our end goal, so this is where we must start. By having these living, breathing examples, our students will get to interact with their end goal. This makes it tangible: when the student can do what the master can do, he or she has made sufficient progress.

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