We have employed the first student in 2013. Back then requirements to juniors’ skills were much higher.
That has affected the This has affected the learning programs, their depth and elaboration. For Hexlet students the interviews go under the motto: Hm, studying at Hexlet was much more difficult.
Sometimes our students receive their job offers even without interview: employers choose them simply by analyzing students’ projects code.
«I am a 35-year-old who does not remember the school Mathematics course. Work takes all day, and I have to go on business trips regularly. I have a family, a mortgage, and two cats, and my friends say, "Why would you do that?". I am not sure I can...»
- Try free courses with the coding practice which are included in each program
- Switch to any other program while studying if needed
- No strict deadlines. Learn at your own pace, and do not worry about dropping out
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Practice with our full-fledged code playgrounds inside your browser, complete learn-by-doing projects, have personalized feedback from our tutors.
Hexlet is made and developed by actual software engineers. We teach what we know and what we are proficient at. And programming is our the only focus.
The founder of Hexlet, Kirill Mokevnin, runs a popular Twitter account, speaks at technical conferences regularly (since 2010!) and podcasts, conducts public interviews and holds webinars about development at YouTube channel.
A few numbers. 150+ tutors work with us. 20+ companies are our hiring partners. We maintain 17 Open Source projects and have built thousands of exercises, which are available at Hexlet.