What will you learn with Mimo Dev?

Mimo Dev is designed to support you at every stage. Using evidence-informed methods, we introduce and help you integrate new skills so that you apply them to various challenges and build exciting projects of your own.

The Mimo Method™️ — our unique teaching methodology.


Integrate new knowledge and skills through guided interactive lessons.


Strengthen your skills and knowledge through repetition of concept questions and coding problems.

Code Challenges

Put your skills to the test by solving realistic coding problems on your own.

Proficiency projects

Work on guided projects to further hone your skills and prepare to work on bigger projects of your own.

Portfolio projects

Create and launch projects that you’ll want to show off and prove you are a serious web developer.

Designed to help you land your dream job

Focused on your career

At Mimo Dev, you’ll not only learn the industry's most in-demand skills but will also get prepared to ace the interviews with potential employers or your first clients.

Your portfolio, filled in with projects

During the Mimo Dev program, your GitHub will get filled with 6-15 professional projects that stand out to employers.

Code reviews from industry experts

You'll receive detailed feedback on each project you submit. We’ll help you make sure your code is in line with the best practices and industry standards.

Soft skills

Team interactions, communication, or flexibility can sometimes matter more than the code you write. At Mimo Dev, you’ll develop your soft skills too and will learn as a part of a group to be prepared to work in a team.

Skills you’ll learn

You’ll cover the fundamentals required for any web developer by learning a stack of the most popular technologies. As a result, you’ll create an impressive portfolio of projects that you’ll be proud to share with the world and potential employers.


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Soft skills and other competencies

During the program, you’ll also develop the soft skills that will help you change your career to the one that fits your lifestyle.

Developer thinking

  • Asking the right questions
  • Problem solving
  • Breaking down problems
  • Prioritizing development effort
  • Overcoming the imposter syndrome and building up confidence


  • Using developer tools
  • Reviewing other developers’ code
  • Using documentation effectively
  • Pseudocode
  • Writing DRY code

Extended learning

  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Team collaboration and communication
  • Helping other developers and asking the community for help
  • Cultivating a growth mindset
  • Effective goal-setting and planning

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Curriculum overview

Gain the skills to change your career to something you truly enjoy, all without quitting your current job

Unit 1 — HTML & CSS

Sprint 1

HTML & CSS Review

Review the essentials of how HTML and CSS are used to create and style basic webpages.
Sprint 2

Layout with Flexbox

Explore the basics of how flexbox is used to create responsive webpages.
Sprint 3

Flexbox Containers & Items

Design complex and flexible responsive layouts using various properties with flexbox containers and items.
Sprint 4

CSS Grid

Create even more dynamic layouts in two dimensions using CSS Grid.
Sprint 5


Start using Git to version control and publish your projects.

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Unit 2 — JavaScript

Sprint 6

Hello World with JavaScript

Get started with the basics of JavaScript, the web’s core language for coding interactive and dynamic experiences.
Sprint 7

Logic, Loops & Conditions

Write simple programs that can perform a variety of actions through the use of comparisons, loops, and conditional statements.
Sprint 8

Arrays & Functions

Create, store, retrieve, and edit values in an array. Build functions to reuse code easily throughout your programs.
Sprint 9

Objects & Reusable Programs

Create even more dynamic layouts in two dimensions using CSS Grid.
Sprint 10

Advanced JavaScript Syntax
& Dynamic Web Development

Code functions more efficiently using arrow functions. Use JavaScript to add, remove, and modify HTML elements dynamically.
Sprint 11

Browser’s Document Object Model
& Querying Webpages

Set and change the attributes and styles of an element dynamically.
Sprint 12

JavaScript Event Handling

Create interactions that respond to user input and perform multiple actions based on a single event.
Sprint 13

Classes & Object Oriented JavaScript

Use classes to create objects more efficiently and with fewer errors.

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Unit 3 — React

Sprint 14

React — Components

Create and use class and functional components.
Sprint 15

React — State & Event Handling

Create interactivity in React components using state and event handling.
Sprint 16

React — Conditional Rendering

Control the rendering of specific elements based on defined conditions.
Sprint 17

React — Lists, Keys, & Hooks

Use Lists and keys to...
Sprint 18

React — Single-page Applications

Build simple single-page applications.

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Unit 4 — Projects & Career prep

Sprint 19

React — Group Project

Work on a team project to build an SPA with React
Sprint 20

React  — Group Project

Work on a team project to build an SPA with React
Sprint 21

React — Group Project

Work on a team project to build an SPA with React
Sprint 22

React — Solo Project

Design and build an SPA of your choosing with React
Sprint 23

React — Solo Project

Design and build an SPA of your choosing with React
Sprint 24

React — Solo Project

Design and build an SPA of your choosing with React
Sprint 25

React — Solo Project

Design and build an SPA of your choosing with React
Sprint 26

Mimo Dev Program Wrap-up

Share your projects and reflect on your hard work. Set goals for the future.

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Launch your dream career in tech





If you’re still unsure, schedule a call with our career specialists to see if Mimo Dev is right for you

Frequently asked

How will my typical week look like?

Every week, you will get a new study plan from your personal instructor, which will consist of different skills, projects and coding challenges you can complete on your own time. In addition, you'll have weekly live session where your instructor will talk through a coding project, explain new concepts and answer questions.
Each week, you'll also have multiple short calls with the rest of the study group to check in on each others progress and discuss potential roadblocks. In addition to the regularly scheduled sessions, you'll set up weekly 1:1 calls with your personal coach, where you can discuss concepts in-depth and talk about your weekly study plan.
Each month, we'll also host special community events, like Q&A sessions with famous developers or group hackathons.

Can I complete the program from anywhere?

Yes. You'll only need a computer with a microphone and a webcam as well as a fast and reliable internet connection. Ideally, you're in a European/African time zone to make sure you can attend live sessions and office hours.

Do I need coding skills to apply?

No, you don't. What's essential is that you're very motivated and have a strong interest in coding. While we'll work hard to get every student to the same level, the program has to keep moving, so your dedication is what matters.

Will the live sessions be mandatory?

No, they're not mandatory. We'll make sure to record all live sessions so you can watch them afterwards in case you can't make it.

Will you help me with hiring?

Yes. We provide career coaching and interview preparation. We'll do mock interviews with you and help you polish your online resume and portfolio, and facilitate introductions through our network.

How big will the cohorts be?

We're purposefully trying to keep our cohorts to around 16 people so we can fully support each student.

Why does this program focus on web development?

Web development continues to be the most in-demand area for junior developer roles. It also suits itself perfectly to our teaching methods and tools.

What if I already know how to code?

Great, you'll have a head start! Unless you already consider yourself a developer, you'll still get a lot of value from the program. You’ll still learn state-of-the-art technologies, best practices, development principles and workflows, and get help landing a job.

Can I really become an employable developer within 6 months?

Yes! As long as you stay motivated and spend around 20 hours per week, you'll be able to master the skills necessary to find your first software development job.

How much time do I need?

You should dedicate around 20 hours per week.

What kind of jobs will I be able to land after completing the program?

The typical job profile is frontend developer. Any website you visit and anything you see, click on, or otherwise interact with on it is the work of a frontend developer. As a junior frontend developer, you'll create the visible part of websites and web apps. You'll code the frontend and take care of debugging, too.

Do I need Mimo Pro to start Mimo Dev?

No, you don't. Mimo Dev is designed to be completed without using the Mimo mobile app, however, we think it's a great additional tool to practice when you're on the go. If you sign up for Mimo Dev, we'll give you free access to Mimo Pro as well.