Learn to Code with

Awesome Inc U

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Building A Community Of World-Class Software Developers

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, teens, and adults who are learning to harness the power of software.

Students learning to code


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


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

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Proven Success. Read more.

Since 2013, over 1500 people have learned to code with us. Here's what they have to say:

"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!"

100% of our Bootcamp grads have jobs in the software development field

Talented Instructors.
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What's the best way to create a new programmer? Start with an instructional team full of excellent programmers. Our coding coaches are practitioners with a passion for sharing their skills with our students. Their broad set of experiences range from small startups to big corporations, from academia to open-source projects.

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A Course For Everyone.
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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.

High school students learning to code