Don't think you cannot execute before studying theory

Our approach in this program will resemble the way we all learnt testing. We did not pick up testing by studying theory. Instead, we took a more hands-on and practical approach to learn testing. This learning approach of studying after executing was not limited to only testing. We learnt how to speak our mother tongues before we studied grammar and the alphabet.

As an example of this approach, when we teach you Python, we will first have you execute some code. Then, before introducing the syntax, we will challenge you to read and understand the code. We will also make you review, edit and fix errors in other's code before asking you to write your own code.

Note: Our approach has some grounding in learning theory too. If you are interested, you can Google for concepts of communities of practice, peripheral learning, contextual learning, spaced repitition, backfilling knowledge, etc.