I recently started to learn programming... It has been amazing. I know can do awesome things.
Vernon, CT (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
LearnToProgram announced today that it has reached a significant milestone by enrolling its 5000th online student. The company, which trains software web and mobile developers, has grown dramatically since it was incorporated in September of 2011.
“Enrolling 5000 online students suggests to me that our products are connecting with students looking to further their skills in computer science,” LearnToProgram’s president Mark Lassoff remarked after learning of the accomplishment. He continued, “We are continuing to expand our course offerings so that by September of next year we hope to have over 25,000 online students.”
Dennis Gallo, a 12 year old LearnToProgram student from Nicaragua, was recently the youngest speaker at the Tedx conference in Managua, Nicaragua. In a letter to the company, he stated “I recently started to learn programming with you. It has been amazing. I now can do awesome things.” Dennis has been referred to as a “future star programmer” by the newspaper “The Nicaragua Dispatch”.
Another LearnToProgram student, 62 year old retired school teacher Michael Smallman, also had positive things to say about the company, writing “ I was looking for a new challenge so I thought I would try [your courses]. I am enjoying it all so far.” Mr. Smallman also noted that the company’s courses were “easy to follow”.
As of this writing, LearnToProgram has students in all 50 U.S. states and over 47 countries worldwide. The company is looking to grow even further and offer its courses to all students worldwide. Currently students are enrolled in mobile development training, web development training and traditional programming courses.
LearnToProgram is a Vernon, Connecticut based corporation which produces online courses designed to train programmers, web and mobile developers. The company has 5,000 online students and thousands more are using LearnToProgram materials in corporate and secondary classrooms worldwide.