Learn programming with a mentor.
Mentor will teach you everything he or she knows and will help you to achieve your goal. With mentor you can:
Get the gist of a new technology
Find a job abroad
Make an app and launch it
Prepare for a job interview
Get a promotion
Based on your goal, mentor will provide you with an individual study program. Mentor will take your existing experience and schedule into account.
Read more about what the learning process at mkdev looks like >
Mentorship is the most effective way to learn programming.
Mentorship is different from other learning methods. The amount of knowledge you get from your mentor is limited only by the knowledge and experience of the mentor. With mentor you are not just learning new technologies, but also how to build a successful career as a developer.
A real application in a real environment
No interactive in-browser garbage and delusional and purposeless tests. You’ll get lots of practical working a real working environment! You’ll be able to create your own application for the portfolio or a personal project.
Work one-on-one with an experienced mentor
An entirely individual approach! Defining goals and targets together, constant feedback, a thorough code review, an assistance in making your resume and support while you are looking for a job. Also, motivational kicks and heart-to-heart talks :-)
At your pace and with no time limits
No time limits! Are you ready to study for eight hours a day? Go ahead! Haven’t written a single line of code in an entire week? We’ll find a way to shame and motivate you!
Our mentors are professionals with a long-term experience
Our mentors, too, were someday complete newbies in programming. But now they are skilled developers who are substantially experienced in their field and thus trusted by the world’s biggest employers.
Ruby expert with ten years of experience, open source and open data enthusiast, author of several quite popular gems, mentor for Google Summer of Code. Currently, Victor is proud to work at Verbit.ai.
I'm an engineer. I like clean, effective and readable code. A good software developer should be pragmatic, not a fanatic. I can teach you not only how to write symbols, but also how to think in the proper way.
Lead Ruby developer by position, teacher by vocation. I'm building payment and support high stable and fault tolerant services for ages. Experienced developer with a wide range of technologies.
DevOps and Infrastructure Consultant, Cloud Expert, Software Developer, author of two books, mentor and founder of mkdev.me. I architect and build software systems. Living in Germany.
Lead developer, CTO in several Russian mobile development companies. Hundreds of projects, including mobile, enterprise, web projects. Expert in mobile apps architecture and development.
Mentorship is effective
A mentor will pick the materials you need and show what exactly, in what order and at what pace you should learn to achieve the desired result
Mentorship on mkdev is your confidence that you are doing everything the proper way, learning useful skills and not wasting your time on some useless stuff you are never going to use. More about our mentorship system >
We know for sure that there are no impossible goals! Describe the objective you want to achieve, and we will help you to choose the mentor you need and make a plan:
Our graduates recommend some of our programming mentors
«... Victor is really attentive, ready to support, but always pushing to “improve oneself”. He’s a great and inspiring role model. He teaches you to think things over and not to look for the ready-made answers (because you may fail to find them), but to find the solution yourself. Responds very quickly. In real life it’s pretty unlikely to get the answer almost right after you’ve asked it.' ... »
«... Alexey gave the impression of a very experienced and knowledgeable person. Together with him for 1.5 months, we came from zero to 'a man who can throw code' and execute the project for which mentoring was started. We studied everything from the very beginning and gradually went through all the links of the chain. ... »
«... Dmitry is customizable. =) The training mode and the method of interaction with it can be easily negotiated and arranged for yourself. He is involved in the student's learning process, the desire to help, share his experience, is open to discussing not only the objectives of the course, but also other issues related to professional activity and demonstrates an invariably responsible and thorough approach to his work - he always answers questions quickly enough, tasks, and he himself initiates offering assistance. ... »
You don’t have to choose between the mentorship and self-study
Our mentors put a lot of effort in encouraging the self-independence of our students, and we support their self-study.
For this purpose we have a guide for beginning web-developers, which explains what to start with, what technologies and concepts to study first and which ones are going to be useful later on.
Our subscribers can get this guide free of charge of charge.Get a free copy of the book >
Also, we have plenty of articles devoted to programming in general and certain technologies in particular. We write them for beginners as well as for experienced developers. The vast majority of articles are written by our mentors and based on their personal experience.
We are a group of developers and enthusiasts, working in different places and living in different cities and countries. For us mkdev is a hobby and a job at the same time.
By the way, all parts of the website are written and supported by our students, who were studying with our mentors and now are working as trainees here. Having gained some experience they leave for some other cool jobs, and new students take their place.
By the way, all parts of the website are written and supported by our students, who have been studying with our mentors and now are taking an internship here. After some experience, they leave for cool jobs, and new students take their place.
The project is constantly expanding, we have plenty of plans, so if you want to help us, feel free to drop us a line via Chat Widget in the right bottom corner of the page. We are open to any suggestions! Also, we are constantly looking for talented developers who are ready to share their experience through mentorship or write articles for us.