I have been going through my bookmark list yesterday and decided to make a list of my bookmarks. I will share websites you can visit while learning to code in this blog post.
Here, you can access any information that you are looking for. It is like a documentation page and it provides a quick and short guide for whatever you are looking for.
This website is also similar to devdocs.
Learn with Jason is live, hands-on learning with brilliant teachers from the web community every Tuesday & Thursday. Jason Lengstorf invites other developers and you can join live coding sessions every week. You can learn Typescript, Next.js, Vue, D3, Serverless Functions, and much more by one of the best developers in the industry.
Open source workshops that teach web software skills. Do them on your own or at a workshop nearby. You can join Node.js workshops for free and work with mentors.
Kadenze brings together the world's leading colleges, universities, and industry partners to provide the best online courses in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Design, Music, and Math.
Freely available programming books
You can find cheatsheets here.
12.Codelabs/Pathways by Google
Google Developers Codelabs provide a guided, tutorial, hands-on coding experience. Most codelabs will step you through the process of building a small application or adding a new feature to an existing application. They cover a wide range of topics such as Android Wear, Google Compute Engine, Project Tango, and Google APIs on iOS.
Free Workshop Access by Packt.
One year of access to foundational workshops, available at no charge for registered Packt users.
Academic Earth has launched on the premise that everyone deserves access to a world-class education. In 2009, we built the first collection of free online college courses from the world’s top universities. The world of open education has exploded since then, so today our curated lists of online courses are hand-selected by our staff to show you the very best offerings by subject area. We also make sure there is something for everyone: whether you want to explore a new topic or advance in your current field, we bring the amazing world of academia to you for free.
Learn to Code HTML & CSS has one goal — to teach people how to build beautiful and intuitive websites by way of clear and organized lessons. The guide covers a variety of web design and development topics, ranging from beginner to advanced skill levels.
Free Coding Camp.
Learn Cloud-Native Technologies with Free Courses.
Over 250 interactive scenarios helping you solve real problems and learn new skills.
Galvanize prepares you for a career as a software engineer or data scientist in as little as 12 weeks.
29.General Assembly Free Courses
We curated the best tutorials from around the web and created a free full stack web development curriculum by top engineers.
Build new skills or work toward a degree at your own pace with free Saylor Academy college courses.
Short code snippets for all your development needs
Programming Notes for Professionals books
Free online courses from the world’s leading experts.
This free HTML WYSIWYG editor program allows you to edit your source code online without downloading any application. Guaranteed the best visual webpage builder software you can find out there!
Top tutorials, recommended by programmers
50.Flatiron School-Free Coding Bootcamp Prep
Just search for whatever you would like to learn and it will show you resources.
This is the website we wish we had when we were learning on our own. We scour the internet looking for only the best resources to supplement your learning and present them in a logical order. Learn, build and connect.
Learn web development with high-quality classes, tutorials, tools, and demos, for free!
This high-quality curriculum is carefully designed to teach you job skills as a programmer. You're going to learn a massive set of skills ranging from fundamentals of programming and computer science, data structures and algorithms, state-of-the-art tools, libraries, and frameworks.
You'll learn by building real-world applications, and learn theory along the way.
These lessons are taught by seasoned teachers who explain everything in surprisingly simple language. That's what makes Upskill unique!
Don't wait to get started - we offer over 200 free lessons and add new lessons regularly!
55.Web Dev For Beginners by Microsoft
24 Lessons, 12 Weeks, Get Started as a Web Developer.
A quick search for Awesome lists.
Search the Awesome dataset.
A visualizer for all of the Awesome lists.
Harvard University is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning, and research, and to developing leaders in many disciplines who make a difference globally.
Everything on the multi-award-winning OpenLearn is free to everyone!
Free Coding Guide for Beginners.
Free courses with certificates.
Stepik is a cloud-based platform that is designed to create and distribute interactive educational content as well as provide various types of automatically graded assignments with real-time feedback. Platform is suitable for a multitude of e-learning activities, from private on-campus classes to massive open online courses (MOOCs). When designing Stepik, we have kept the requirements of computer science education in mind, for this platform to effectively cater to your educational needs.
You can learn for free on Stepik, as well as create your own courses and teach others.
100% access to On-Air streaming classes.
No credit card required.
Learn Data Science, Containers, Big Data, and much more for free. Also, you can earn a badge and show off your badges. Build your career with skills employers seek.
You can read high-quality blog posts, tutorials, watch tech talks, and webinars.
Get lifetime access to ALL courses - AI, Cloud, Web Development & 20 other categories
71.Lambda School's Free HTML-CSS Course and Live Instruction Recordings
Get your first taste of what it's like to build websites. We'll walk you through how HTML works and how to write it, and then you'll build a project to show off your skills.
I hope you will find value in these resources, I couldn't use all of them but they look very promising. And of course, I need to include Freecodecamp and Codecademy; but I think everyone knows about them.
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Top comments (10)
Thanks for this great post. Freecodecamp should be number one on the list even though a lot of people know about it.
Yes, I have added at the end with the same reason.
Save the best for last.
Awesome list thanks for making it!
I’m glad you liked it 😊
Thank you for posting this!!
Glad you found it useful 😃
Thank you for posting this!!
Of course, I hope you can make use of the sites.