In a way that makes sense to you.

I'm building a library of content to help you learn how to code in a way that makes sense. Meaning, you can absorb the content in a variety of formats: articles, emails, videos, hands-on projects, and webinars with demos and live Q&A.

You’ll also be part of a community of learners where we can all help each other succeed. We're both on this journey together.

I know. I've Been there Before

It looks like magic. I want to know more. I dig around, looking for good resources that are not only solid (and current) but taught in a way that I "get." ...But, what if I have a question? or what if it doesn't make sense? who do I turn to? Google?

It doesn't have to be like that. It can be a lot easier.

Let Me Help You

Let's Do This Together

I care about helping more people understand code
without all the overwhelm.

Let's get more specific here!

Hey! My name is Amy. (See?! We’re already on a first name basis!) It’s nice to “meet” you. I care about helping more people understand code without all the overwhelm.

I’ll point you in the right direction as it relates specifically to where you're at right now. You’ll get all the resources you need to learn, and I’ll answer any questions you might have along the way.

A Few More Details
AKA What you'll get

Count me in

Let's Do This Together

What's Expected From You

As an alpha member you have the opportunity to get in on the ground floor, as content is being developed. This means resources are geared to you and the information that you provide. Your feedback and community support is essential.

Types of Content we'll cover:

This is far from a comprehensive list, but this will give you an idea:

Getting Your Feet Wet


Jumping off the high dive


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Space is limited for the alpha program.

Count me in

Let's Do This Together

About Me

If we're going to be working together, you probably want to know a little bit about me.

I've always loved art and design. I've been drawing since I could hold a pencil. Seriously. Ask my mom.

I started programming when I was 16 (yes, I was one of those). Somehow, I managed to get a summer job with a web agency. My primary responsibility was to answer the phone. Fortunately, I had a few people that really invested in me and gave me the foundation to a majority of the coding knowledge I have today.

Fast forward 15 years. My love affair with the Internet has only grown and continued to mature.

I have designed and coded hundreds of websites. I've been employed at a small company of 10, at a medium sized company of 70, and at a large company of 1000+ where I was part of an internal design team. Now, I'm running the show at Ah Ha Creative. I've been out on my own for almost 3 years. The variety has given me quite a unique perspective. Each experience has served me well.

Now, I want to pay it forward.


  1. Time. Isn't this everyone's number 1 objection?
    Cue the Sweet Brown. Nobody's got time for a 12 hour course on PHP.

    Your time is precious and valuable.

    My goal is to provide information in manageable bite size chunks that makes it easy to digest on a leisurely Saturday morning, coffee in hand.

  2. What makes this different?
    There are plenty of course options out there. This one is different because there's a real person (me!) that will help you get where you want to be and will be available to answer any questions you may have.

    As an alpha member you'll be able to help direct the roadmap of content, so that the courses and information released relates to where you're at and what you need help with.

  3. Still have some questions, before signing up.
    Don't hesitate to email me, tweet at me, message me on Facebook, or send a carrier pigeon.