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 Live. Laugh. Code.

Welcome to My Coding Place! 

Our mission is to impart STEM and coding skills to enable people of all ages to solve problems. We want to inspire and challenge you to be creative with digital solutions.  


We are a female-owned community business that aims to foster critical thinking, through live instruction in small engaging classes.  Unlike other coding schools, we also teach digital art, keyboarding, chess and more!

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Oliver ran out of his room after class and told me it was the most fun ever and that he couldn’t wait to do his homework! Thank you for a fun class!  He loved it!!


- Emily C, parent of Keyboarding student


My Coding Place offers multiple programs for children and adults to teach them various skills.  In any program, students will thrive in a challenging learning environment where they work with coding instructors committed to excellence in education. 


Studio Classes


Learn With A Group

Once A Week

One instructor leads a maximum of 6 students in creating projects. Classes will be about one hour a week and are billed monthly. Topics range from Scratch to YouTube and Roblox.

Group classes are held at our studio or in select schools and in the community.  


Learn On Your Own

Or With A Friend

One instructor leads 1-2 students in creating projects. Lessons will be about one hour a week and are billed monthly or by session if short-term. Topics are custom depending on the goals and level of the student(s) including adults.

Lessons are held at our studio or virtually


Join Us For A Block Of Time

When School Is Out

We offer seasonal camps for ages 6-18 during school holidays.  Camps range from half-day to full-day and are billed by the week.  Topics range from Artificial Intelligence to Python and YouTube.


Camps are held at our studio or select locations in the community


Our view is that using software and websites to learn STEM skills, whether face-to-face or online, is like using books or videos.  Print and electronic media can be effective but should ideally be supplemented with live instruction. Teachers and mentors will have the biggest impact and be the most positive influence in a child’s STEM journey. To that end, we keep student-teacher ratios low and hire coders on our team, people who love to code and who were or are being trained in Computer Science or related disciplines. Our instructors range from UT students studying Computer Science to professional software developers and consultants who want to pass it on.  

It's fun to create something out of nothing, solving problems with digital solutions!  Learning to code or learning Digital Arts requires building projects that introduce new principles and building more projects to reinforce those concepts. We use various platforms - not only websites but robots such as Ozobot and Makeblock, micro controllers such as Arduino and single-board computers like Raspberry Pi - to put programming into practice while focusing on learning different languages such as Python, Java, Javascript, and C++. 

We also teach broader STEM topics such as math, chess, and robotics.  While these topics may not require coding, they teach students to solve problems.  Technology and math are tools to nurture a students' logic, creative and critical thinking skills.  While there are many STEM programs online, we are uniquely set up to help students expand their horizons and to participate in a community that is passionate and motivated.  See our FAQ on what makes us different, from full-size monitors to a physical location in our community.  If you are in Austin, stop by and try our 3D Printer! 

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How can we help?  What camps or classes are you interested in?  Are you interested in hosting sessions for your school or organization?

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