A class on Nebula all about the fundamentals of computer programming on a 1980s Apple II+ computer.PLAY FEATURE
Thank you for visiting the Coding Train website! I love teaching and sharing code, and try my absolute best to do so in a fun and approachable way. I teach at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and serve on the Board of Directors of The Processing Foundation. I started making videos in 2012 and launched the Coding Train YouTube channel in 2015.
While I love to code it isn’t the only part of life and it doesn’t need to be for you either! I love to play music (which I do badly), solve rubik’s cubes (slowly), and go running with Gloria Pickle.
Now that you met Gloria, I think my cats Greta and Eevee are feeling a little left out.
About The Coding Train
The Coding Train is a community welcoming beginner programmers and code-curious individuals to try their hand at expressing themselves with code. Started by Dan Shiffman in 2015, YouTube channel provides online educational content as sequenced and one-off video tutorials, and live streaming events.
Did you know there’s a Coding Train theme song and music video?PLAY FEATURE
Past and Present Contributors to The Coding Train.
Friends of The Coding Train
|Design Systems International|
|Chloe Desaulles||Projects and Research|
|David Snyder||Discord and GitHub|
|Elizabeth Perez||Content Designer|
|Jason Heglund||Illustrations and Animations|
|Katie Chan||Social Media and Community|
|Kline Gareth||Website Content Development|
|Kobe Liesenborgs||Discord and GitHub|
|Mathieu Blanchette||Editing and Video Production|
|Cy X||Social Media and Community|
|Dusk Virkus||GitHub and Content Management|