30 Days to Web Development

The Essential Prep Course for Self-Taught Web Developers


Want to learn programming skills, but:

You can't afford a Computer Science degree?

You're afraid programming is "too hard"?

You're worried about your lack of math or logic skills?

You don't know anything about web development?

You weren't a very good student in high school or college?

If you want to learn to program, there are enough resources available online in 2018 that you can teach yourself.

But here's the problem: learning to code is HARD, not easy.

Teaching yourself can make it even harder, because you don't have the guidance of a teacher or mentor.

You'll have lots of questions, like:

  • What if I haven't been in an educational environment in years?
  • What if I have no idea what teaching yourself entails? (most people don't!)
  • How can I learn as much as a 4-year Computer Science student online?
  • How can I learn to code while working a full-time job, or caring for kids?
  • How can I get a job as quickly as possible, so there are no gaps in my income?

What students need is a step-by-step preparation course to get them ready for their self-education—and this course is it.

After 30 Days to Web Development, you will:

  • Overcome the fear and anxiety that may be keeping you in place
  • Get comfortable with being uncomfortable
  • Gain confidence in your ability to transition careers
  • Climb out of learning ruts with valuable brain hacks and resources
  • Absorb and retain the complex new information you'll be learning, so you’ll be more relaxed and productive while learning to code
  • Visualize and identify your ideal web development job title AND description
  • Leverage your prior career and life experience
  • Be prepared BEFORE you leap with a Career Transition Plan to keep you from falling off the path to your goals
  • Network with the industry professionals you want to learn from
  • Leverage your existing network to find your first job
  • Choose your web development education platform and path, with reviews of each major platform, their pros/cons, and costs

And, finally… begin your education journey after just 30 days—with guidance and support from your fellow students, and myself!

This course is a packaged solution to the majority of issues students face when teaching themselves to code, such as lack of confidence, and being a “slow learner”.

In addition to the course itself, you’ll receive the 30 Days to Web Development Workbook to fill out as you progress in the course, to keep track of all your work in one place.

You’re not going to find not just a course, but a transformation exactly like this anywhere—because nobody is talking about all these issues in one place, with the student at the center of it all. You'll get my valuable experience and insight, alongside guidance and advice directly from industry professionals and hiring companies themselves.

Class Curriculum


What you'll get:

Lifetime access to the 30 Days to Web Development beta course. You'll get updates whenever they're made, and lifetime support from the 30 Days to Web Development community.

Access to the companion 30 Days to Web Development Workbook, a fillable PDF to help you keep all your notes in one place, and chart your career transition journey. The workbook lets you participate interactively with the course, and facilitates independent, critical thinking.


Not sure if you're a good fit?

You'd be a wonderful fit for the course if any of these describe you:

1. You've played around with the idea of learning to code for a while, but haven't yet taken the plunge.

2. You've been trying to learn on your own for a while, but it's just not going so hot.

3. You are learning, and doing well, but still encounter issues with retaining what you learn.

4. You've never even considered learning to code, but are currently unhappy with your career.

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Your Instructor

Nicole Archambault
Nicole Archambault

Nicole is a Boston area Front-End Web Developer and entrepreneur, and proud representative of Black and Native American Women in Computing. She has been teaching everything she knows through her site, La Vie en Code, via the LVEC Blog and LVEC Podcast.


A Letter from Your Instructor, Nicole

Hey there, Nicole here!

I just wanted to tell you, personally, that this course is going to change your life. I mean, of course I'm saying that—it's my course. 😉

But, you should learn from someone who understands what you're going through, and has faced the questions and challenges you're facing.

I understand how difficult the decision to change careers can be. The tech industry might make it more streamlined than most... but it's certainly no easier. After making the decision for myself in 2015, I started keeping a list of all the frustrations I faced while learning to code. I remember that my anxiety only increased when I talked to professional developers about my struggles, and they told me that my approach was disjointed at best.

Some recommended I keep on it, and others recommended I try something like a bootcamp. But I was determined to make self-education work for me.

Searching and applying for jobs was like feeling around in the pitch dark with my arms out, with hopes of—but also deathly afraid of—touching something. Would it be what I wanted it to be, or something scary?

I finally gave in. I conceded that the way I was doing things just wasn't going to fly, and it was stressing me the hell out. This happened after a few times of very real, very serious burnout.

Applying a solid career change plan to my journey was the single smartest thing I ever did in terms of the entire experience. And, I never would have done it if it weren't for the help of my developer friends who told me that I was doing it "wrong". Although I was defensive at first, you eventually just get to a point where you know things have to change. However, you might not know what exactly you should change to.

Now, I want to help YOU avoid the frustration and wasted energy that I faced before I finally got it right. Because I would never wish that on anyone. I legit wasn't sure I was going to make it at times.

So, if you're considering learning to code, you need this course. 30 Days to Web Development is exactly what I wish I had when I was teaching myself web development.

I can't wait to see your transformation from a confused newbie to a confident and productive web development student! And as soon as you sign up, you'll be getting a completely personalized video from me to welcome you on, and open myself up to your unique story.

Let's do this together, new dev friend! I believe in you!

Nicole Archambault
30 Days to Web Development Creator

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
30 Days to Web Development is structured as a completely self-paced online course — you decide when you start and when you finish. It is designed to be completed in 30 days on average, but you may complete it sooner or later than this.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound?! After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own!
What if I am unhappy with the course?
If you're still considering purchasing the course, please be sure to check the "Not sure if you're a good fit?" section of this page. But if you've already purchased course access, I would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact me in the first 30 days and I will give you a full refund. The only thing I ask is some feedback on what you didn't like, which you should include right in the email. It will help me improve in the areas students believe fall short of their expectations.

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