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Coding Overview 
Markham, Mississauga & North Brampton, Pickering, Ajax, Mississauga South - Oakville


The Coding Program powered by Under the GUI is a co-developed computer programming class for children aged 7 up to teens. We provide a rich and engaging environment that inspires children and teens to innovate, think critically, and create with technologies on the fringe of our hi-tech culture. Our teachers encourage students to expand their limitless creativity through the creation of video games, apps, and traditional software using the same tools used by professionals in the field.

By getting “under” the interface, we learn about the processes that control it. As the developer of their game, our students have the opportunity to find their innovative potential through our curriculum as they progressively master their skills in GML, C#, and C++ on the GMlegacy, Unity, Unreal, and Visual Studio engines.

​Coding Coming to Pickering, Ajax and Mississauga South Fall 2017.


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


​​My child has no prior coding experience, which level should he take?

In most cases, students start in the class most appropriate for their age. However some students may show exceptional prowess in technology and would be moved to the level most appropriate for their skill level.

What is the general overview of the curriculum?
The RDS Coding curriculum is intended for children to have fun but, also to learn programming languages and concepts. Each level is designed to progressively introduce complex engineering concepts through the medium of video games.


Does my child have to bring their own laptop and/or equipment?

We may have backup laptops and computers for students to use, however the number of laptops are limited. Special equipment like VR Headsets, electroencephalograms and others will be provided for in class use.

What if my child needs to miss class?

If you miss a class, class notes, assignments, bonus work, lecture materials and online help can be accessed online for all students.

The Coding Program is where all students can ask instructors any questions directly about classes and assignments.