Learning to code has never been so easy!
Advance your career, build apps and websites, or even become a developer. Mimo makes learning to code and diving into computer science as intuitive and easy as possible, so that everyone can learn coding - the skill of the century, step-by-step.
You will learn to code through practice, with bite-size coding lessons, by writing code and running it in Mimo's mobile code editor that works like an IDE and helps you code, interact with Mimo's coding community, create projects, learn multiple programming languages, and do much more at your own pace! With Mimo, you can fit coding into a busy daily schedule, whenever you have a few minutes to spare.
• Start the PYTHON path and begin your coding journey with an in-demand and all-purpose language. Learn Python with 2,600+ bite-size exercises, 53+ Concepts, and 32+ Projects that will unlock as you keep expanding your skills.
• With the SQL curriculum, you'll dive into data science and learn to analyze data with SQL
With Mimo you can:
• Solve bite-size programming exercises that fit into your daily routine
• Run code and build real-world projects on the go
• Learn programming at your own pace
• Practice with coding challenges
• Build a portfolio of real-world projects
• Get a certificate to showcase your coding skills
• Join a community of millions of coders
What our learners say:
• "I started coding with Mimo a few days ago, and I already am interacting and understanding how webpages and other things are developed!"
• "I have the premium subscription and it is fantastic. I would recommend this app to anyone interested in coding. I personally find the prices more than fair for the given information."
Even if you know nothing about coding but want to level up your skills and become open to the opportunities available to those who are fluent in computer programming, Mimo is a great way to get introduced to the world of coding. Install Mimo and start with the coding lessons that will easily fit into your day.
Mimo's professionally built curriculum and bite-sized coding lessons make it possible to learn to code at your own pace: coding tutorials and challenges are there for you to discover and learn more, whenever and wherever.
TechCrunch and The New York Times agree that, with Mimo, everyone can learn to code:
• "This way you can work learning to code into your daily routine, whenever you have a few minutes of downtime." – TechCrunch
• "The app's lessons are bite-size to make it easy to squeeze coding into your busy day." – The New York Times
We will be happy to guide you along your coding journey if you join millions of coders who are already learning programming and data science with Mimo's courses.
You can code, too!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Ratings and Reviews
So far so good! I’ve been using the Mimo app for about a month now and I feel like I’m learning a lot. It’s been very simple and straightforward to grasp the lessons. Everything is broken down into small segments, so I can fit them in whenever throughout my day. The little encouragement of leaderboards and daily steak counters really works for my natural competitiveness. It pushes me to always fit in a least one or two lessons a day regardless of how busy I am. Which in turn, has me consistently learning and moving through the material. It’a like the Duolingo for coding, if anyone has used the language learning app. I’m curious to see how much I can learn and how far the lessons go. I haven’t subscribed or upgraded or anything yet, but I haven’t hit any real major limitations so far. I couldn’t tell you how advanced it is or gets because I’m a true novice. So far, it all seems very simple, so probably best for beginners like myself.
A Great Beginning
I bought the app during a Christmas deal, and it was worth it. Honestly, the full price would have been worth it, too. My main qualm comes from the fact that the content seems to have severely diminished in recent weeks. There used to be cool mini-courses on all types of different subjects, and I believe at one point early on when I first got the app, there was even a gallery to see top projects from others. Overall, I think the largest issue that will have to be addressed for Mimo to stay on the path of success and even burgeon in the future is communication and community. I feel like the dev team isn’t connected with the users. The social media hasn’t been active for years. The emails receive no responses and the bug reports may be harkened to, though there’s not even a ticket given in a courtesy email so one wouldn’t know. And, as for the community, I found several people who had used Mimo at my coding bootcamp which was really cool though it would have been nice to see an online community, both in the app and on related social media, both which are not the case.
I don’t like the heart system
This app is one of the best coding apps I’ve ever used. The only problem is the heart system. When you make a mistake it takes one away. From my years of coding with blocks all I wanted to do was learn more about text based programming. But they force the premium deal by making you wait 4 HOURS UNTILL YOU CAN GET ANOTHER HEART. MISTAKES SHOULD BE A LEARNING EXPERIENCE. THIS HEART SYSTEM MAKES ME STRESSED WHENEVER IM TRYING TO LEARN. if any developer is reading this, please consider 3 of these ideas: number one just remove the heart system and replace it with maybe making the premium more fancy or add more features to premium to make people want to buy it more. Number two: keep the heart system but make the wait time to only one or two hours. This will keep people coming back to the app while still making premium look good. And finally number 3: make it so for every lesson you earn a heart depending on how fast you got awnsers right (I’m not suggesting to make a time limit on questions) or even maybe you have 10 hearts instead. Again, you have an amazing polished and well made learning app please don’t take these as commands but suggestions. Please reply and thnx for teaching me about python so far(I only got 3 lessons done because of the heart system). Have a good day.
Developer Response ,
Hi there! Thanks for your feedback! We're glad to see you're enjoying our content and that you'd like to keep going without interruptions. We're always searching for new ways to release more free content and the hearts are one of them. Happy coding!
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