In this blog, I will list the Top 10 Popular Websites where you can find Programming-related courses covering multiple topics including Frontend & Backend Development.
They also offer tutorials/courses on how to build real-world applications in multiple programming languages like Ruby on Rails, Python, Node Js, etc... in their YouTube Channel and its pretty popular one.
Coursera is a popular website where you can find courses from popular Ivy League colleges. It provides courses in multiple subjects ranging from Programming Languages, Data Engineering, Machine Learning, Mobile Development, Cloud Computing, etc...
It offers Paid certifications and Free courses as well. If you want to just learn the contents of the course irrespective of certification you can just Audit the course.
Udemy is the most popular website where most of the developers and people from the tech community refer to. Udemy is pretty much like a marketplace of courses where Instructors can signup and create courses. If you are an expert in any domain you can create a course on the same and upload it in Udemy.
Udemy has many great courses for almost all Programming Languages, Databases, Mobile development, Frontend, and Backend technologies.
Most of the Udemy Courses are paid courses. It offers great discounts on selected courses most of the time. So make sure u check out offers for your course before you purchase it.
LinkedIn Learning offers video courses often taught by domain and industry experts in business, leadership, creative, and software technologies. It is one of the subsidiaries of LinkedIn. Most of the courses in LinkedIn Learning fall into 3 categories.
It offers paid courses and the first month of your LinkedIn learning is free.
Pluralsight offers a variety of video training courses for software developers, IT administrators, and creative professionals. It provides multiple products like
- Paths - Where courses are curated by Experts based on difficulty level to learn the skill.
- Course Discussions - Where you can engage and discuss with the community and experts to discuss course-related topics.
It offers paid courses and the first 10 days of free subscription on signup.
Udacity offers Nanodegree programs that are built in partnership with the tech companies and taught by industry leaders like
- Intel etc...
It provides courses in subjects like Programming, Databases, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Self-Driving Cars, etc...It also provides financial aid to the learners based on their merit and performance in the Nanodegree Program.
FutureLearn is a UK-based digital educational platform founded in 2012. It is a Massive Open Online Course learning platform and it has almost 250 UK + International partners offering courses in multiple subjects ranging from Business, Creative Arts, Healthcare, IT & Computer Science, Law, Literature, etc...
It offers a flexible monthly subscription plan and a 7-day free trial as well.
Datacamp provides specialization courses related to
- Data Engineering
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
It provides Courses, Career and Skill Tracks on Data courses with R, Python, etc...If you are someone who is looking for Data Engineering related courses, this is the best place to start. It offers Personal and Business plans with different pricing levels.
Educative provides technology courses where you can learn without the hassle of environment setup or videos. It is trusted by the learners working in tech giants like Microsoft, Netflix, Facebook, Google, etc... (as mentioned on the website).
Learners can buy a monthly/annual subscription plan or can purchase the individual course.
Treehouse or is an online technology school that offers beginner to advanced courses in
- Web Design
- Web Development
- Mobile Development
- Game Development. Its courses are aimed at beginners looking to learn coding skills for a career in the tech industry.
It offers a 7-day free trial as well after which you need to subscribe for monthly plans.
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