Spotlight: CodePath Uber Android Class 2016 Demo Day

In the summer of 2016 CodePath partnered with Uber to provide an 8-week evening Android course for experienced engineers.

The purpose of the course was to expand mobile engineering opportunities in the developer community and provide engineers from non-traditional backgrounds an opportunity to take a free, accelerated mobile engineering course.

The course was offered in-person in San Francisco and remotely nationwide.

We are excited to share with you the app videos of the winning teams from the CodePath Uber Demo Day.

Class Winner: Timeline


Timeline lets you capture moments in your life and piece them together into a story. The app was engineered by Marina T, Ching-yao L, and Dianne A.

Runner Up: Extr


Extr lets you manage all of your expenses from personal to work! The app was engineered by Zekun W and Zhaolong Z, who took the class remotely.



TripAngel is a transit app that has been highly optimized for accessibility. The app is engineered by Yogesh S, Jeevitha R, and Vidhur V. 



Runathon: Get motivated for your next marathon by finding other runners to train with. Runathon is engineered by Santosh G, Alisha A, and Ameya P.



Litl lets you post tasks you want completed, with a price you want to pay. Litl was engineered by Hareendra M, John A, and Monu S, who took the class remotely.




Sightseer lets you find trips based on your location, time you have, and taste. Sightseer is engineered by Nicole F, Isabel P, and Megan O, who took the class remotely.

This was our first time offering our intense, fast paced class remotely to engineers all across the country. It’s inspiring to see how fast one can learn, what one can build, and how taking a CodePath class together fosters a community of engineers continuing their learning.

We’re always looking for companies in San Francisco and in the San Francisco Bay Area to host our classes. If your company would like to host a CodePath class, send us an email at

Take a free iOS/Android 8-week class at Airbnb with CodePath

Airbnb and CodePath are partnering together to offer an all-expenses paid Android and iOS mobile 8-week development course to 50 external engineers and Airbnb Connect participants.

Over the past few years, CodePath has trained 2000+ engineers at 100+ companies in Silicon Valley. We’re proud of the fact that no individual has ever paid for a CodePath course.

We believe the best education in the world should be freely accessible and we’ve been fortunate to work with great companies like Facebook, Uber, Airbnb, Box, and others to help make this vision a reality.

Alumni of CodePath classes include one of the co-founders of Reddit, a former tech lead for Apple Watch, head of Android for Coursera and many now prominent iOS and Android developers across Silicon Valley.

Our curriculum has been battle tested at many of the top companies in Silicon Valley and we’re excited to partner with Airbnb to bring this curriculum to engineers in San Francisco and all over the United States remotely.

Mariya Presenting

The class starts on October 11 and takes place Tuesday/Thursday from 7-9PM for 2 hours. You can apply for either Android or iOS. We also offer a remote Android and iOS option for all US-based applicants and highly encourage you to apply.

The deadline is September 26th. Apply now! It will take you time to finish your pre-work so start as soon as you can.

The class is based on interactive lectures and labs. You are actually coding in class, not copy-pasting from a book, like you may have at previous corporate training seminars. You will also complete app assignments and group projects that will enable you to build fully functional apps for either Android or iOS platforms.

At the end of the program, your group will compete for prizes at Demo Day and you will join our CodePath alumni network which provides access to curated events, opportunities to network with other alums, and priority selection for future classes.

Students will get to interact with Airbnb engineers throughout the course and Airbnb will offer top performers the opportunity to interview for a full-time role within Airbnb.

If you’re a software engineer with 1+ years of work experience who wants to learn mobile, apply now:

1+ years of work experience is required, if you’re a college student, apply for CodePath University.

Spotlight: CodePath April 2016 Demo Day Winners


Once a quarter, over 100 current CodePath students compete to present to a panel of notable Silicon Valley technology executives for the best Android and iOS apps.

Students are primarily senior software engineers and designers from companies like Facebook, Dropbox, Google, Apple, Box, and other top technology companies.

Mariya Presenting

We are excited to share with you the app videos of the winning teams from both the CodePath Public Demo Day and the CodePath Facebook Demo Day.

Team Echo

iOS Engineering Class Winner: Echo

Every dancer wants to know “Am I growing?” and “How can I improve?” Echo provides a simple, elegant platform to address these concerns. Users track their progress in a video journal, receive expert feedback from credible teachers, and discover global dance content to keep them inspired.

Echo is developed by Isis Anchalee of #ILookLikeAnEngineer fame and software engineer at Uber and Christine Hong, software engineer at Yahoo.

Team Thanks

iOS for Designers Class Winner: Thanks!

Did you know that expressing thanks is scientifically proven to increase happiness? Thanks is a way for you to express your creativity, strengthen your relationships, and be happy.

Thanks is developed by Tony DeVincenzi, head of product design at Dropbox and Jan Senderek, a product manager at Dropbox.

Team VidTrain

Android Engineering Class Winner: VidTrain

Vidtrain is an easy way to share moments and events with people you care about. Each vidtrain is a series of videos that you and your friends can add to, creating a living breathing story that’s tied to a location or event in real life.

Vidtrain is developed by Franklin Ho, freelance iOS/Android engineer, Vimalathithan Rajasekaran, former software engineer from Visa and currently an Android engineer at Albertsons, and Rahul Pandey, software engineer at Pinterest.

Student Presenting

Facebook Android Engineering Class Winner: Fearless

Fearless lets you reach out to your friends and have them watch over you as you travel. Select the destination and contacts, who will see a live map of your progress and get updates about your trip. Fearless will check your speed, location, headphone’s connection & inactivity. Your friends can react to the trip updates, accordingly. Our aim is to target developing countries with high emergency service response time. With Fearless, wherever you go, get there safely and fearlessly.

Fearless is developed by Harish Ganeshmurthy, senior software engineer at eBay, Herman Tai, software developer at Google, and Rucha Deshmukh, senior software engineer at Citrix.

CodePath Honors Students

We’re always looking for companies in San Francisco and in the San Francisco Bay Area to host our classes. If your company would like to host a CodePath class, send us an email at