Plans for learners / developers / institutes

Zero

Basic for light usage and staying updated with current tech

  • 100 Cloud Execution Minutes/week

  • 5 x 20 = 100 free codelabs

  • VSCode editor + IntelliSense on Web

  • Execution environment = 1GB RAM

  • Execution environment = 10GB SDD

  • Access to free HD tutorials

  • Community support

$0.00 /month
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1337

Serious learning, best for students and learning developers

  • Everything included in Zero

  • Unlimited Cloud Execution Minutes

  • Full access to learning paths

  • Unlocked playground capabilities

  • Access to all codelabs

  • Mentorship from codedamn staff

  • Access to all premium courses

$13.37 /month
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Enterprise

For schools, colleges and other institutes teaching programming

  • Everything included in 1337

  • Custom classrooms

  • Monitoring student accounts

  • Creating custom labs in 20+ languages

  • Online lab evaluation support

  • Conduct time-bound tests

  • Attendance and code plagiarism

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Learning Paths
Partial
Full Access
Full Access
Shareable Playgrounds
Community QnA
Personal Learning Notes
Integrated Quizzes and Exercises
Mentorship
-
All Courses Unlocked
All Codelabs Unlocked
Cloud Execution Minutes
100/week
Unlimited
Unlimited
Cloud RAM
512 MB
1 GB
1 GB/user
Cloud SDD
5 GB
15 GB
15 GB/user
Official certification
Some courses only
Monitoring Organization Accounts
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Custom Labs and Exams
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Attendance and plagiarism
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FAQs

Do I need to know how to code before signing up?

No. You only need to be willing to put in the effort to make a change for yourself. Trust us, we'll do the rest

What is the difference between 1337 and Zero?

1337.

Jokes aside, plan Zero is a restricted-trial of the 1337 plan. You can access limited amount of codelabs and integrated terminal. With 1337, you can share public URLs of your websites hosted on codedamn architecture, build complete projects with unlimited web terminal minutes, and attempt all present and future codelabs.

Not only this, with 1337 plan, you get access to all the premium courses of codedamn currently hosted for $10 on Udemy each.

Unable to pay / "Card does not support recurring payment"

If you are unable to pay with your card, please use this link here to start a one month subscription on codedamn. Indian customers can use this link to pay in INR through all India supported payment methods (including UPI) - Indian payment link

Are all prices in USD only?

Once you click 'Subscribe to the plan', the payment gateway would let you pay the amount through your cards or any other available medium. Your bank would take care of the currency conversion. If you want to pay in INR (India only), please check the previous FAQ.

Is there any student discount?

Yes. We would offer discount to school and university students. Please reach out with a valid proof: [email protected]

How can I cancel my subscription?

codedamn does not lock you in any long-term contract. You can cancel your subscription anytime by going to Settings page. If you face any problem, you can also reach out to us to fix it.

What is a codelab?

codelab is a lab designed for you to learn to code a certain concept, and then write solution for a problem, and then verify its correctness - all within your current browser window. This is made possible by using state-of-the-art containerization technology on backend with a variety of tools available at your disposal.

Learn more about codelabs on codedamn

What do you mean by Cloud Execution Minutes?

codedamn intelligently runs all your solutions in an isolated backend environment so that your submissions are valid and verified by codedamn. This requires us to use actual physically isolated hardware which costs us. When you "Run Tests" in a codelab, we spin off a dedicated instance for your evaluation, and the time it takes for it to run is what is called cloud execution minutes.

Cloud execution minutes are rounded to nearest upper second. That means, if your test runs for 31.337 seconds, it would be stored as 32 seconds.

Note that cloud execution minutes is also used up when you use the web terminal and is accounted rounded up to nearest upper minute. That means, if you run a web terminal instance for 3 minutes and 44 seconds, it'll be stored as 4 minutes of usage.

Learn more about how Cloud Execution Minutes work

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Zero

Basic for light usage and staying updated with current tech

$0.00 /month
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1337

Serious learning, best for students and learning developers

$13.37 /month
Subscribe to the plan
Enterprise

For schools, colleges and other institutes teaching programming

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