The biggest revolution of the 21st century was the advancement in the field of computer technology. The heart of this revolution is brilliant intellectual minds who invented, innovated and still improving coding and programming. Software is the heart and soul of computers and the internet. Despite the importance and significance, it is still hard for new people to learn coding and programming due to the lack of availability of tutors and tutorials. On the one side where there are passionate people who want to learn to code but don’t have access to specific lessons and on the other side there are coding experts who can share their experience through tutorials and lessons but are not able to reach out to their target audience. Kodezi is an online platform aimed specifically at bridging this gap.
Founded by Ishraq Khan in 2019 when he was only 15, it was a result of his own personal struggles to learn coding in terms of finding all-time accessible coding lessons. According to him, it was a simple idea that what if are able to come up with a single platform dedicated to coding only and provide peer to peer learning opportunities and with that concept in mind he introduced TeachMeCode, a prototype website created in high school. The website was a big hit among students as it instantly reached over 10,000 active users in its first month with thousands of hours worth of video being uploaded. Within a year the userbase group so wide that the DigitalOcean Hosting server that Ishraq was using, went over its full capacity. Later he discontinued it due to studies. In late 2020 Ishraq started reworking on his website which eventually grew out to become Kodezi, an online platform for learning. This turned out to be an even bigger success as not only its older user base reestablished but new people also joined in masses. The platform continues to peak even as of mid-2021 and the new user is still joining at an even more rapid pace.
Kodezi is a revolutionary peer to peer online learning platform which provides professional coding and programming lessons, tutorials and discussion which are led by students and experts with years of experience. It is also a rewarding experience for the students and experts who provide these lessons as they get bonus points that can be redeemed for amazing prizes and gift cards etc. The core concept behind creating this platform is that students learn better when they are discussing concepts among themselves as there is no hesitation and they have a friendly environment. The company is being launched on 20th of August and will be featuring a new design and look. New features will be added which allows users to ask questions and get instant responses from tutors the way users do in StackOverflow but the advantage of the direct resolution of the problem. This will help students get a better learning experience than standard classroom teaching. Recently Kodezi was offered investment from a subsidiary of a fortune 500 company as a purchase offer for their uploaded file open source project on Kodezi but according to Ishraq the platform has still more to grow and he is also under the process of adding more features to it. So far Kodezi has proven to a de facto best online platform for learning to code and debugging them.