Coding is practical.
Our training model makes learning computer science straightforward and efficient.
Coding is creative.
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Coding is not as hard as you think.
Feeling stuck in life? Maybe you're working three jobs to make ends meet. I'm sure you've heard how much developers make these days … Want to get in on that action?
We at Mammoth Interactive are excited to launch our course series 'Hello Coding: Anyone can learn to code.' This series has five levels that take you through a holistic curriculum of development. In Hello Coding, students learn web, app, game, and Artificial Intelligence development.
Our way of teaching makes it easy for everybody to learn to code.
With our audiovisual tutorials, you follow along with your instructor to make apps, sites, and games from scratch. Whether you want to code to train your brain, release your creativity by building your own game, or learn to make websites to better your resume, you can do it with Hello Coding.
Hello Coding has 5 levels:
In Level 1, students learn the foundations of computing. Students also learn the benefits of Mammoth Interactive's teaching techniques.
In Level 2, students learn web development.
In Level 3, students learn app development.
In Level 4, students learn game development.
In Level 5, students learn how to use Python frameworks and work with AI.
Here are some of the projects you'll make in our courses.
In Level 3, students build a Finance Calculator app for the web and a Weather app for Android. As a bonus, we show students how to build a Weather app for iOS. As such, students develop an understanding for the differences between coding for Android and iOS.
Websites often display content in multiple blocks. In Level 2, students build such a website using divs. Students can then rearrange and manipulate the divs into their own design to make varying websites.
Mammoth Interactive courses are different from others you might find because we show you how to make both the code and the art for your game. We set up a scene and implement its functionality in Unity. Then we make the game's models (art assets) in Photoshop, Illustrator, or Blender.
Neural networks are a more advanced coding concept. The gist is: you can pass data through a neural network to make predictions about future results.
Start with free online editors.
You can use free online editors follow along with the projects we make in Hello Coding. Here are some of the tools you'll learn:
In Level 4, you build 3 casual games in Unity. Unity is a free program that can export games to consoles, computers, and mobile phones.
In Level 4, you make a Flappy Bird game clone and its pixel art in Photoshop. You make an Angry Birds game clone and its vector art in Illustrator. You make a 3D Ping Pong game with an AI and its art in Blender.
In Level 5, you learn how to use Python, Google's main coding language, to automate repetitive tasks like account collection or image sorting. Neural networks are a technique with Python that we use to predict the stock market.
C# is the language used to make scripts in Unity. In Level 4, we use scripts to implement the functionality of games. With scripts, you can customize a game's behavior and enable the game to respond to user interaction.
See your course outlines below:
Level 1 begins with an explanation of the Mammoth Interactive teaching model. We value reviewing past concepts and connecting them to new knowledge rather than cramming and then forgetting.
Then you learn how programming languages have evolved to produce the most commonly used ones today. You get access to the Mammoth Forum, where you can connect with other students at Mammoth Interactive.
By completing Level 3, you can call yourself an App Developer. We use the Java language to make an app for the web. Java is a general-purpose language that is based on classes.
HTML5 is a language that structures and presents content on the web. We use HTML5 to make an app for Android phones. Swift is Apple's programming language. As a bonus tutorial, we show you how to use Swift and Xcode to make an app for the iPhone.
By completing Level 4, you have four programs that you can put on your resume: Unity3D, Photoshop, Blender3D, and Illustrator.
Unity3D is a free app that allows you to make 2D and 3D games. Photoshop is a user-friendly application. It can be used for nearly every kind of image editing, including editing photos and making graphics.
Blender3D is an intuitive interface with which you can make high-quality, 2D and 3D art even if you can't draw. Illustrator is the most popular computer application for making vector graphics. With Illustrator, you can make high-resolution logos, typography, icons, and more.
In Level 5, you learn how to navigate Python and its frameworks with practical examples. Python is a user-friendly coding language that is famous for its versatility. Among others, Youtube, Facebook, and Artificial Intelligence all use Python. TensorFlow is a system that represents data computations as graphs.
This is real coding for all ages.
We design our tutorials for people with NO EXPERIENCE. In a Mammoth Interactive curriculum, you get as much useful information as possible from every minute. No longer do you need to spend time putting together knowledge from YouTube videos. We've curated what you need to know.
What's great about online learning is that you can learn at your own pace. You can speed up or slow down videos. Coding boot camps don't work for everyone. Why spend money when you can make money? Save thousands of dollars, and make thousands of your own.
Learn to think in a new way.
Coding is an awesome way to train your brain while gaining marketable skills. Don't get left behind as coding becomes a job requirement. Get insight into how the technology you use every day works.
Make money from home by making your own apps. No matter your industry, having technical skills makes you stand out. Computing literacy is a necessary skill. Technical roles need diversity, and with our courses, anyone can learn.
We at Mammoth Interactive have been producing online tutorials since 2011. We know what self-directed learners need. Over 300'000 students have enrolled in our courses. And they love it.
"The instructor quickly introduces the basics and then dives right into app development, which is great for those who learn by doing." –Natasha Godwin, Mammoth Interactive student
Our instructors make video tutorials that are practical and to the point. At the end of our courses, you have projects that you made and can show off in your portfolio. Learning at Mammoth Interactive can be your next step to improving your career and your life.
Nimish Narang is our mobile app developer specializing in both iOS and Android apps. In his free time, he likes to play guitar, go to the gym, and laze around at the beach.
John Bura is the founder of Mammoth Interactive. His specialties include Swift, iOS development and Game Development. He has produced over 40 apps and is a Udemy Top Selling Instructor. He has a daughter named Charlotte, and in his spare time he likes to cycle, ski, and play ultimate Frisbee.
Suzanne Louis is our web developer/designer and marketing consultant. In her spare time, she can be found playing with her daughter and watching movies.
Glauco Pires is our game development guy. Besides coding and playing games, he also likes to run early in the morning and get judged for willingly waking up before sunrise.
Alexandra Kropova is our writer and social media correspondent. In her spare time, Alexandra can be found wrestling plants at Invasive Plant Pulls.
Chris Veillette is our web developer who enjoys working with various types of tech. Chris enjoys coffee, sci-fi, and films.
Frank Ruiz De Castilla is the video editor and uploader that ensures all our students have the lectures they paid for. Frank is also a G-Rank Dual-blade Wielder at Monster Hunter.
Kevin Liao is the local 3D artist at Mammoth Interactive. Other than creating art all day, Kevin enjoys playing competitive games like Overwatch in his spare time.
We will be adding a ton of additional topics to 'Hello Coding' depending on the funding we raise. Check back here regularly to see what else will be included. Please note that the stretch goals will end at $200,000 raised. That should give us 200 stretch goals for you to enjoy.
$1000 - CoreML Machine Learning Framework for iOS 11
$2000 - Early Access to our iOS 11 course **Only available with the $49 bundle or above**
$3000 - React.JS Fundamentals
$4000 - Build a MegaDude Clone with Unity and Blender
$5000 - Learn how to make VR Websites with A Frame
$7000 - Elm programming language tutorials
$8000 - Learn about Pandas for Python
$9000 - Learn about MatPlotLib for Python
$10,000 - Learn about Numpy for Python
$11,000 - Build a Virtual Reality shopping website.
$12,000 - Build a 3D logo in Virtual Reality.
$13,000 - Scaleable Vector Graphics for Web Development
$14,000 - Make a Classic Marlo Bros Game in Unity3D
$15,000 - Introduction to SpriteKit - Apple's Game Engine
$16,000 - ARKit - Build Augmented Reality iOS Apps in Xcode
$17,000 - Import Google CardBoard into iOS Apps (Virtual Reality)
$18,000 - Introduction to Machine Learning and Tensor Flow in Android Studio
$19,000 - How to start a business from scratch.
$20,000 - Email marketing 101. Build your list!
$21,000 - Build a classic netroid game
$22,000 - Learn the fundamentals of Node.js
$24,000 - Learn to scrape a website
$25,000 - Build a Space Shooter in SpriteKit with Swift
$26,000 - Build a Space Invaders game in SpriteKit with Swift
$27,000 - Build a classic CastleMainia game in Unity.
$28,000 - Build a Classic MegaDude game in Unity2D
$29,000 - Build a classic Double Dragoon clone in Unity2D.
$30,000 - Introduction to PHP
$31,000 - Introduction to AJAX
$32,000 - Introduction to SASS
$33,000 - Build a Bootstrap website.
$34,000 - Excel for Entrepreneurs - Learn to budget effectively
$35,000 - Personal Finance for Entrepreneurs
$36,000 - Introduction to stock trading for self-employed freelancers.
$37,000 - ARKit. Augmented reality for iOS 11
$38,000 - StartUp Math - Keeping costs low
$39,000 - How to hire the right people for your project
$40,000 - Become a lone wolf developer 101
$41,000 - How to Avoid Technical Debt in projects
$42,000 - Introduction to Test Driven Development for iOS development
$43,000 - Introduction to Test Driven Development for Games development
$44,000 - Introduction to Test Driven Development for Web development
$45,000 - Flat design basics. Build graphics easily
$46,000 - Flat design in Adobe Photoshop
$47,000 - Flat design in Adobe Illustrator
$48,000 - Google Sheets for entrepreneurs
$49,000 - Make Flat design spaceships in Illustrator
$50,000 - Make a Game Scene in Illustrator
$51,000 - Intoduction to Mobile Design
$52,000 - Design a Mobile app in Illustrator
$53,000 - Design a Mobile App in Photoshop
$54,000 - UI/UX concepts for iOS devices
$55,000 - UI/UX fundamentals
$56,000 - Hexagonal tilemaps in SpriteKit
$57,000 - Lighting in SpriteKit
$58,000 - ShapeNodes in SpriteKit
$59,000 - Build A Shooter in ARKit
$60,000 - Build a collection game in ARKit
$61,000 - TileMaps In SpriteKit
$62,000 - Build the Great Sphinx in Blender
$63,000 - Model the Golden Gate Bridge in Blender
$64,000 - Model the Guggenheim in Blender
$65,000 - Model the Royal Ontario Museum in Blender
$66,000 - Model the Taj Mahal in Blender
$67,000 - Model the Empire State Building in Blender
$68,000 - Model the Basilica Di San Lorenzo in Blender
$69,000 - Build Big Ben in Blender
$70,000 - Model the Parthenon in Blender
$71,000 - Model the White House in Blender
$72,000 - Model a Mayan Temple in Blender
$73,000 - Model a Shinto Shrine in Blender
$74,000 - Model a Greek Amphitheater in Blender
$75,000 - Model St Peter's Basilica in Blender
$76,000 - Model the Palazzo Pitti in Blender
$77,000 - Model the Great Wall of China in Blender
$78,000 - Model the Leaning Tower of Piza in Blender
$79,000 - Model the Great Pyramids of Giza in Blender
$80,000 - Model the CN Tower in Blender
$81,000 - Model the Coliseum in Blender
$82,000 - Build a low poly male character in Blender
$83,000 - Build a low poly female character in Blender
$84,000 - Build a female Spartan warrior in Blender
$85,000 - Build a crusader in Blender
$86,000 - Build samurai in Blender
$87,000 - Build a basic military character
$88,000 - Build low poly assets in Blender
$89,000 - Learn to build low poly sword in Blender
$90,000 - Build the CN tower in Blender
$91,000 - Build a moon base in Blender
$92,000 - Model the Brooklyn Bridge in Blender
$93,000 - Model the Taj Mahal in Blender
$94,000 - Model the Lighthouse of Alexandria in Blender
$95,000 - Model the Statue of Zeus in Blender
$96,000 - Model the Flatiron building in Blender
$97,000 - Model the Crysler building in Blender
$98,000 - Model a Japanese Pagoda in Blender
$99,000 - Model a Chinese Pagoda in Blender
$100,000 - Model the Brandenburg gate in Blender
$101,000 - Introduction to Game Mechanics
$102,000 - What game mechanics should you use in your game
$103,000 - Higher concepts with mechanics
$104,000 - Game Production: Importance of scope
$105,000 - How to scope your project
$106,000 - Learn to budget effectively.
$107,000 - How to get a job on UpWork
$108,000 - How to hire somebody on UpWork
$109,000 - Freelancing best practices
$110,000 - Making money from coding.
Risks and challenges
We are a dedicated team and promise to deliver what we say. There is little risk here. We have proven our commitment through 6 years of experience in online teaching. Visit http://mammothinteractive.com/ to see more of our courses, books, and products.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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