Our mission is to make high-quality Computer Science education accessible to learners around the world.
Globally, education systems are embracing Computer Science as "the 4th science"—recognizing the vital role it plays in 21st-century life and employment. However, there’s a growing chasm between CS education and industry demand.
Enrollment is rapidly growing, yet student attrition rates are stubbornly high and are exacerbated by high course admin burdens and poor student experience. The landscape is disjointed—institutions lack the technology and tools to holistically address these problems.
We believe that the theory and practice of Computer Science needn't be mutually exclusive. New technology can enhance and improve the teaching of core computational thinking skills and their practical creative expression in programming.
Created originally to take the pain out of teaching computer programming, Codio delivers a teaching and learning experience that stimulates this creative potential in every student, developing the next generation of creators, not just consumers.
That's why we empower teachers and students with the technology and learning resources needed to succeed.
By embracing the ideas that students and teachers are individuals, teaching styles differ and students advance at their own pace, Codio enables teachers and lecturers to support and coach students to better outcomes, and self-learners to master skills at their own pace.
We plan to apply the Codio technology and learning experience to other subjects in the future.
Having successfully founded and scaled Quiklabs (now a Google company) Enis is passionate about the potential for Codio to make a significant impact in CS and STEM education.
Max is lead developer and architect. He always has a point of view and can always find a workable solution. Max studied information security and cryptography and ensures Codio is a safe place for your code.
Phillip is concerned with Codio creating an experience that users will find indispensable, believing that customer advocacy is the foundation for profitable growth. Instrumental in shaping Codio’s pivot to a pure education focus Phillip has led Codio’s sales growth with leading institutions and platforms like edX and Coursera.
Elise has spent the last decade teaching STEM to a wide variety of age groups. Her research interests are in collaborative, interdisciplinary computing, and equity in computer science. Elise spends a lot of her free time volunteering for FIRST Tech Challenge as a Robot Inspector and Referee.
Kevin is passionate about education and bettering people's lives through technology. He has spent the last 6 years participating in and helping coordinate different STEM mentorship programs. Outside of work, you can catch Kevin reading, writing, or trying something new!
Patrick is a veteran teacher, with ten years of experience in the classroom. He worked to integrate computer-based activities into the curriculum and taught students how to code. He has also led workshops on physical computing. Patrick enjoys creative coding, reading, and baseball.
Anh's biggest passion is teaching. As a curriculum developer, his goal is to create and provide content to students in a manner that will help them grow as individual learners. When he's not developing content, Anh loves to choreograph and teach dance as his creative outlet.
Sharon believes that learning to code has benefits for everyone. Coding teaches students to break problems down into manageable pieces, attention to detail, and the patience to decipher cryptic error messages. These valuable life skills are why she chose to work in the computer science education field.
Divakar is always ready for a new challenge. He is extremely passionate about delivering high-quality support and ensuring customer happiness. In his spare time, Divakar enjoys reading, cooking, and listening to music.
With a background in Banking, Ian has always helped people. When Banking changed from Customer Service to Selling he moved into the tech sector & now helps our users with their questions. When not working Ian can be found felling trees, travelling the Grand Union Canal & making good old fashioned Wine.
Ratan loves interacting with Codio users to understand and solve their problems. When not working, Ratan can be found swimming, traveling, driving, and playing badminton.
Alex enjoys creating new tools and solving complex and interesting problems.
Anna tackles defects prevention and prides herself on ensuring customer happiness. When not working Anna can be found hiking, shooting with her compound bow or riding her pitbike. She also dreams about a trip in the Himalayas.
When a tricky problem needs to be solved & simplified, Vasiliy is Codio's go-to guy. He likes to dive into the core of Codio, yet always listens to the needs of users. He enjoys writing elegant and easy to use code. Fascinated by foreign languages, Vasiliy spends his free time traveling & reading.
Mikhail joined the team as a client-side developer. Coding from a young age, he enjoys creating something new & solving complex problems. He says, “programming is not just a job for me, it’s my passion.” His professional interests are 3D graphics, Flash, web & mobile. In his spare time, he plays basketball & volleyball & rides a motorbike. dance.
Konstantin loves beauty & simplicity, and his QA work ensures Codio is kept as simple and easy to use as possible. "It critical that users can gain new knowledge & acquire skills easily & comfortably". In his spare time, Konstantin enjoys self-learning & creates beautiful things through photography & dance.
Andrey's a problem-solver. The more complicated the better. He loves seeing results & having fun with the process. He says, “as life goes on there are always new ideas emerging & with them new opportunities to achieve.” When he’s not developing software, Andrey can be found skating, doing aikido, and listening to good music.
As a leader of the QA team, Veronika wants to guarantee platform stability to minimize customers' troubles. She is addicted to finding issues and taking her first steps in UX design. In her spare time, she enjoys teaching teenage kids to code, playing board games and swimming.
Stepan tries to make the infrastructure more intelligent. Outside the office, he's trying to do the same to himself.
It's hard to find a Codio subsystem that has not been fixed or improved by Dmitri. He makes sure all our services are up & running smoothly. He enjoys writing powerful yet simple code that delivers for our users. Dmitrii is also interested in information security, loves meeting interesting people, reading & traveling by bicycle.
As an all-around bug fixer and QA supremo, Igor monitors & checks that everything is working perfectly for Codio users with a keen eye on the quality of experience and user happiness. When he gets some downtime, Igor enjoys swimming, traveling, reading books & watching live sport.
Joshua believes that learning to code should be as engaging and exciting as possible and that technology can alleviate many of the challenges facing CS educators today.
As a sales person, Taylor enjoys connecting prospects with new tools to enhance existing functions. When not at work, Taylor enjoys staying current with new technologies, eSports, and Reddit memes.
Ronda's career has been dedicated to finding innovative and engaging ways to teach and learn in the 21st century as a business owner, tech support specialist, teacher, volunteer, and lifelong student. She is passionate about coding, robotics, hands-on learning and promoting computer science and technology careers to students of all backgrounds.
By nature, Megan is a communicator and is passionate about scaling Codio's brand and mission. On the weekends you can most likely find her exploring Boston area museums and music venues.
Steve came to Codio to nurture key relationships and build strategic partnerships with new and existing Universities. He has helped position Codio as a leader in the EdTech sector with a customer-service mindset and an ability to recognize and adapt to new trends.
Jim has been in education technology sales for over 10 years and has worked with some of the most prestigious academic institutions in the world. Jim is all about enhancing the teaching and learning experience for faculty and students; this is why he is so passionate about Codio. When weather permits, Jim enjoys long walks through scenic Cambridge and Boston.