YouTube is a great tool to improve your coding skills, efficiency, speed, understanding.
Take it this way, as a developer it is often recommended you go to GitHub, download or clone some projects to view their codes and learn how they were able to solve some problems or their approach to solving that problem.YouTube channels are same, in fact you get to watch others code, solve problems in their way and you can code with them as you watch.
YouTube videos are popularly subdivided into different parts i.e Crash Courses, Courses, Projects Making, Tips & Recommendations, Advice & Experience etc. Being divided into these, be guarranteed that you will learn a lot from watching these videos from the channels am about to list out (as well as other channels of course).
So what am going to do now, is list out (in no particular order) the channels I recommend you subscribe to and why.
Note: The number of YouTube subscriptions for each channel is only valid as of when writing this.
Traversy Media is one of the most influential channels on YouTube and that is because a lot of programmers including myself find it very helpful.
Videos from this channel also cover Android Development with React Native, Java, Kotlin, etc, Tips & Recommendations. This channel also features Guest Creators with videos on Figma, UI Design, Tailwind, C++, R, Machine Learning, Ruby on Rails, etc. Check it out.
YouTube Subscribers: 1.34 Million Subscribers
Covering almost all aspects of coding is the FreeCodeCamp YouTube Channel.
YouTube Subscribers: 2.82 Million Subscribers
Mosh Hamedani is one of the most experienced tutors I have encountered. He has a very nice approach to explaining concepts (behind the hoods) of programming.
The Programming with Mosh YouTube Channel has videos that are mostly Courses, Tips, Questions, and Answers as well as Job Interview Preparation. Though the courses on this channel are almost not always the complete ones, you can always purchase the complete ones on their official website.
The beautiful thing is that the half courses released in this channel are mostly all you need because it contains the basics of that complete course.
YouTube Subscribers: 1.43 Million Subscribers
As the name of the channel implies, it is a channel for designers. This channel has influenced me positively in terms of designing. It gave me confidence in designing anything.
When you have confidence as a designer, it simply means you know what you're doing, and when you know what you're doing, you're assured that you're doing it right
The DesignCourse Channel has a lot of videos on Project making and Corrections, Courses, Recommendations, etc. You'll a lot from this channel.
YouTube Subscribers: 700+ Thousand Subscribers
The Dev Ed YouTube Channel is a very interactive channel with a funny tutor. Videos are constantly made around Tips, Recommendations, Projects, etc.
YouTube Subscribers: 505 Thousand Subscribers
The Net Ninja YouTube Channel is a very organized YouTube channel that offers Crash Courses, Courses in a properly arranged series.
YouTube Subscribers: 609 Thousand Subscribers
As a web developer you also need this channel. This channel has videos on coding tips, recommendations, projects making etc.
YouTube Subscribers: 367 Thousand Subscribers
This channel is based on animations!, animations!!, animations!!!. You wanna be a CSS3 animation guru, then I fully recommend this channel.
YouTube Subscribers: 402 Thousand Subscribers
The Adrain Twarog YouTube Channel contains videos on Questions and Answers, Projects Making, Tips, Live Coding, Recommendations etc.
YouTube Subscribers: 52.7 Thousand Subscribers
The CS50 YouTube Channel is a very interactive and insightful channel to learn a lot from. With teachings from David J. Malan and Brian, you will definitely have little or no problem in understanding web development.
YouTube Subscribers: 600 Thousand Subscribers
Many others are not named here, but these should be like a starting point to explore more awesome YouTube channels. But while doing this, always have in mind, the purpose of doing it (subscribing or watching videos) that is to develop yourself.
Thank you for reading.