Programming Classes in Portland


Our Portland office is located at 400 SW 6th Ave, Suite 800. Please come to a free Saturday workshop or contact us to make arrangements before dropping in.

Info Sessions

As part of our free monthly workshops, we begin with a 30-minute info session for prospective students to meet with a member of the staff, see the facility, and ask questions. If time permits, you may be able to apply for our program and be interviewed on the spot!

Free Workshops

We offer frequent four-hour free workshops on Saturdays - no coding experience required. The next workshop is Saturday, July 28th, from 11am-3pm. Space is limited, so sign up here.

To learn more about what it's like to attend Epicodus, you can also visit our What To Expect page.

Part-time Schedule

Epicodus offers a part-time version of its Introduction to Programming course on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-9pm for 15 weeks. After completing the course, you have the option to continue to our full-time program. We will be accepting applications for this class soon!

INTRO part-time
Jul 30 - Nov 7

Full-time Schedule

July 30, 2018

Jul 30

Sep 4

Oct 8

Nov 12

Jan 2

Feb 15

To learn more about what it's like to attend Epicodus, visit our What To Expect page.

Portland Office Info

Are you interested in learning how to code and becoming a successful programmer, tester, or project manager? Look no further than our Portland code academy! We offer computer programming classes that allow you to develop strong programming fundamentals as you begin your career as a web or mobile developer, or in many related fields like testing, quality assurance, and developer support.

Epicodus is regarded as one of Portland’s top code schools due to its focus on helping its students learn to program through interactive exercises built on pair programming. Students learn to code in languages such as HTML, CSS, and Javascript, among many others through part-time and full-time programming tracks. Our internship program helps students gain work experiences that help them on their way to becoming programmers.