What's a Front-End Coach?

A personal trainer...for junior developers like you!

Learn through pair programming, mentor support, career coach guidance, and code reviews.

Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens

Developers with a mentor are promoted five times more often than those without.

Private, virtual, personalized tutoring

Your pace. Your comfort level. Your screen at all times.

Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens
Robert and student in virtual session sharing screens

Meet Robert, your tutor, coach and mentor.

He'll teach you to be more competent, more self-sufficient, and more successful.

Robert, your coach

Robert Mion

@putmionyourteam

Robert is a designer, instructor, organizer and developer. He has created and improved user interfaces, websites and applications, and brand identities for companies in financial services, retail, security and technology industries.

You might be someone who, perhaps...

Is switching careers and feels overwhelmed
Can’t afford the time, money or commitment of an 8-16 week bootcamp
Struggles focusing when watching or reading online tutorials
Develops websites as a hobby and is looking to get hired or prepare for a job interview
Designs websites and wants to feel more comfortable building them
May be comfortable modifying code samples, but is intimidated when forced to write your own

Does this story sound familiar?

I struggled to learn Front-End early on.

Little did I know, I wasn’t doing myself any favors. A few free web courses here. Skimming a few chapters in a book there. Watching. Reading. But never absorbing. The sites that encouraged or forced me to code, to struggle, that’s where I felt things starting to click. Even those, however, are one size fits all. And I wasn’t always the right size, if you will.

I eventually learned what I know on the job, through my own curiosity and by offering to help others and learn with them.

To test my knowledge and meet other fellow front-end strugglers, I joined a few meetups.

Here’s what I learned: a great teacher can make all the difference, the best lessons are small in scope and big in depth, and everything feels more natural when teacher and student are at their most comfortable: usually at their respective homes.

I know a lot now.

And I know how frustrating it is to be tossed a video, blog post, or quick answer when you would prefer someone explain how things work...so you don’t have to ask again.

I want to teach you what I know...

...in a way I know you’ll get the most value. And I want you to push me to learn more, so I can teach you more.

This isn’t learning to code The Hard Way™. It’s The Better Way, because it’s your way.

So what do you say?

Service is simple