The Framework program was created to prepare members for entry level jobs in web or mobile development. We offer a self-paced program with access to live instructors so that you can always get the answers and encouragement you need to progress.
Follow our program road map and be job ready in as little as 20 weeks...
As a Certified Web Development Professional you'll be qualified to design, maintain and update front end content on web sites and mobile sites.
As you proceed through the Certified Web Development Professional program you'll have the guidance and mentorship of our live instructor staff. They are always standing by to answer your questions, and to advise and make recommendations.
Specialization is key to a secure future in the software development industry...
There are three paths available once you complete Certified Professional Web Developer.
Certified Web Development Professional Advanced will continue the path you started, by providing advanced skills like React and Node.js that are in demand by employers today. Much of today's work is focused on the front end, and this path is as well.
Certified Mobile Development Professional is for people who want to make mobile applications. In this path, you'll thoroughly go through the fundamentals of making both hybrid (HTML5) and Android applications (Java).
Certified Server-Side Development Professional is intended for people who want to be working on the back end of applications and environments. The focus is on PHP as well as Node.js and databases.
Once you’ve completed the first two program phases, you will have learned professional development skills, earned up to eight recognized certifications, and be ready to enter industry as a professional developer.
The Career-ify phase is the program Capstone that is designed to help you make the transition from student developer to employed professional. You’re already going to stand out due to having completed the program and earned certifications. The Capstone simply insures that employers recognize everything that you have learned and are capable of doing. Coding interviews are about what you know and what you can do.
86% of HR managers use IT certifications as screening or hiring criteria during recruitment.
There are over 5 million tech positions in the US. How will you stand out?
Certifications make it more likely that you will get hired or obtain contract and freelance positions and projects. All things being equal, certified individuals will almost always be hired before non-certified individuals with similar skillsets.
During the Framework program you'll earn up to eight individual certifications backed by credential.net.
Why just take a course, when you can learn, and obtain certification as proof of your new skill set?
Meet Mike, who went from LearnToProgram.tv's Framework Professional Developer Program to a developer position at an enterprise level insurance company.
Patrick is a current member of the Framework Professional Developer Program. He's worked as an analyst and data base administrator. He's now bringing his skill set current.
"Really good course, for both beginners and intermediate developers, either to learn or review. Each lesson is explained concisely and is easy to follow. Mark makes it fun and engaging all throughout. Never boring. Highly recommended!"
-Emmanuel Sandibay de Leon Carbonell
"Very detailed and great instruction for the beginner. I know near to nothing about coding and I'm not having a difficult time understanding and learning on a hands-on basis with this course."
"I like how the course is broken into small segments. It makes the material easier to understand and remember."
"Love it, very comprehensive, easy to understand, illustrative, highly recommended."
"I am really enjoying the course! I love the content and hand on approach of the specific lessons to prepare myself to familiarize with the coding projects."
"Excellent! Straight to the point. This is what I look for in a Learning course. 1.Thats in English 2. That I see and can do nothing in the world gets better than this method."
"Mark is a very knowledgeable about the subjects he teaches. He has the wonderful ability to structure the lessons logically and succinctly. It's like learning without trying."
"Wonderful teaching. Mark is clear and easy to understand. He flows nicely from one lesson to the next. He shows you that they are different ways of achieving the same task. The best online teaching I have had thus far."
Course is awesomely designed, covering every aspect in a very short manner. I am enjoying it.
"Best way to learn this! I am a newbie and I have learned a lot since beginning this course."
This course was very informative and challenging. The exercises might get to you sometimes but I believe it is to test/challenge you to see how far you're willing to go to learn. Definitely cant go in half-motivated.
Mark Lassoff, Founder
Mark Lassoff has almost 20 years of experience teaching people computer programming. Over the years he has taught almost one million students online and in person. Mark's expertise is in web development and mobile. However, he has always considered himself a teacher first and technologist second. Mark speaks worldwide on online learning and coding. He lives in Milford, CT. with his cat Gertie.
Henry Quinn, Developer In Residence
Henry is the programmer for the United States District Court, District of Connecticut, where he supports custom built web applications and works on MVP's for national projects. He graduated from Champlain College with a Computer Network and Information Security degree. He thoroughly enjoys instructing others on how to get started towards a career in programming. In his free time, he lifts weights, goes camping, runs a fantasy football league, and tears through space opera novels. Is it football season yet?
Dan Castillo, Instructor Mentor
Dan Castillo works for an engineering firm in Wallingford, CT, where he does full stack development on their custom built web application, as well as handles the system administration duties. Dan attended Southern Connecticut State University where he graduated with a degree in Computer Science and minored in Mathematics. Dan has lived in Connecticut his entire life. In his spare time he enjoys programming, working out, and binge-watching TV shows.
Julio studied computer science and engineering at Norwalk Community College and the University of Connecticut. He is a certified web developer and graduated from the A100 Professional Developers Program. He has worked on both small and medium sized projects, including one for a national franchise. Julio is an avid reader, focusing on math and history. In his spare time, Julio enjoys taking his children to soccer and football games, piano recitals and band performances. What Julio enjoys most is teaching--whether coaching kid's soccer or teaching web development at LearnToProgram.tv.