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Top 10 YouTube Channel For Developers

Chaitanya Prabuddha
Hey πŸ‘‹, I’m Chaitanya Prabuddha. I love tech and studying to code by myself. I want to make lives easier.
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Before starting the list or anything, I would like to thank all of you for making me flattered by your response in Part 1 of this series. I have taken all the suggestions given by all of you in the comments.

As YouTube is one of the most searched search engines on the entire planet, it is obvious that YouTube has hundreds of channels for curious developers of all experience levels. These channels range up to from focusing on a single language to a big community like web developers. It is a great way of learning anything for free.

In this articles, I will talk about some of the important YouTube channels every developer should know.

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1.Traversy Media Visit

Traversy Media features the best online web development and programming tutorials for all of the latest web technologies including Node.js, Angular 2, React.js, PHP, Rails, HTML, CSS and much much more for free. With over 1.5 Million Subscribers and 140+ Million views on their channel, they definitely deserve a place in this list.

2.Fireship Visit

They are also one of the best YouTube channels giving amazing free content about JavaScript, Flutter, Firebase, and modern app development. They also have a website and apps, which also features amazing courses. They have over 600k subscribers and 40+ Million views on their YouTube channel when it comes to numbers.

3.The Coding Train Visit

Am I the only one who hasn't seen this channel before? thanks to sorayaForward for recommending this channel in the comments. The Coding Train is a YouTube channel making amazing creative content about the Basics of many programming languages to advance topics like machine learning. They also conduct Live seasons regularly, helping you with coding problems, which help you become the best you can. They have above 1.1 Million subscribers and over 80+ million views on their YouTube Channel.

4.TechWorld with Nana Visit

She is one of the YouTube channels that makes the tough topic easier to understand. The covers topics likeβ€Š-β€ŠDocker, Kubernetes, Jenkins, Python, Ansible, Prometheus Monitoring, Terraform, YAML & more! She also covers comparison videos about different services useful for developers. She has above 200k Million subscribers and over 8+ million views on her YouTube Channel.

5.Ben Awad Visit

He is an amazing open-source software developer, who makes videos about React, React Native, GraphQL, Typescript, Node.js, PostgreSQL, Python, etc. He is the guy behind DogeHouse, although this project is closed now, he made it pretty famous. On paper, he has about 309k subscribers and over 25+ million views.

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6.Mayuko Visit

She mainly doesn't make tutorials about coding or teaches anything related to any language, but she makes videos about career & lifestyle related to tech, this channel can be very useful in burnout & stress situation. She has above 450k Million subscribers and over 20+ million views on her YouTube Channel.

7.Clever Programmer Visit

He basically makes tutorials about most of the famous languages, he is a great content creator. If you want to learn through direct examples of code of amazing websites, then his channel is definitely recommended because he sometimes makes 7–10 hours videos whiles making UI of famous websites like Instagram, YouTube, Slack And Spotify etc. He has about 960k subscribers and 40+ million views.

8.Web Dev Simplified Visit

Web Dev Simplified is teaching web development skills and techniques efficiently and practically. If you are a beginner and want to learn web development, this channel is definitely recommended for you. This channel's slogan is "From No Stack to Full Stack", hence you can understand they teach everything you need to get started your journey as a full stack developer.

9.Kalle Hallden Visit

He is an amazing YouTuber with amazing production quality, If You want to learn from examples, then this channel is recommended by me to everybody. He also make reviews about gadgets you may need as a software developer. He has about 500k subscribers and 30+ Million views on his YouTube channel.

10.CS Dojo Visit

If you want to learn about Data Science and Machine Learning this channel is one the best YouTube channel available, he makes amazing YouTube content related to Python. He is generally not regular on his videos, he has only uploaded like 10 videos in the last 1 year, but you can look at his older videos when he was very regular. He has about 1.7+ million subscribers on his YouTube channel and about 65+ million views on his channel.

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Skyler Saville

Honorary mention: thenewboston

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CristoferK

nice! My favorite is Web Dev Simplified!

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Amazing.

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Could you link these channels via url to improve quality?

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

OK

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Hillary Chibuko

Nice web dev simplified...
And also Dev_ed
They are both great

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Shaiju T

Why would dev.to remove your blog ? Do they do if you have not copy paste from other blogs ?

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Yes they do deleted blog of you even copy and paste one line, sometimes they even deleted without any claims or copy. LOL

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Mangor1no

how about evening kid :)

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Mohammed Hassou • Edited

they are all best, but we need them sometimes to explain us applications, not just crash courses.

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

Some of them, explain each and every step and some make crash courses. You should choose it accordingly.

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Chaitanya Prabuddha Author

I already put freecodecamp in part 1, you should check that out bro/

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Ardio1985

good list

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Dumte • Edited

Nice one

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Eklavya

I think you somehow missed CodeWithHarry
It's an Indian channel tho

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