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Top 15 Online Resources to Learn How To Code

Frontend Masters are the best free online resources for learning to code. FreeCodeCamp is definitely the best completely free online resource. Coursera is the best option to start - Internet History, Technology, and Security. W3Schools is an extremely understandable and intelligible educational website for learning web technologies. LinkedIn Learning.com/LinkedIn Learning/Likening.com has the best way to learn to code: Become a Software Developer.com (https://www.linkedin.com) The Coding Bootcamp Primer.
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1). Frontend Masters

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React, Vue, Angular, Svelte, Gatsby, Next, JS, Node, TypeScript, StoryBook, you name it.

The best option to start - Complete Intro to Web Development.

https://frontendmasters.com/

Free/Paid

2). FreeCodeCamp

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FreeCodeCamp is definitely the best completely free online resource for learning to code.

The best option to start - Responsive Web Design Certification.

https://www.freecodecamp.org/learn

Free

3). Coursera

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A huge amount of courses from the greatest universities around the world.

The best option to start - Internet History, Technology, and Security (University of Michigan).

https://www.coursera.org/

Free/Paid

4). MDN

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One of the greatest and well known open source communities. Don't forget to check the Firefox Browser Developer Edition.

The best option to start - Learn web development.

https://developer.mozilla.org/

Free

5). W3Schools

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An extremely understandable and intelligible educational website for learning web technologies.

The best option to start - Learn HTML.

https://www.w3schools.com/

Free

6). Udemy

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A broad selection of IT courses on a variety of topics, from Web Dev to Hardware.

The best option to start - any course by Maximilian Schwarzmüller.

https://www.udemy.com/

Paid

7). EggHead

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The short but capacious courses. Mainly on the topics of web programming and frontend.

The best option to start - The Beginner's Guide to React.

https://egghead.io/

Free/Paid

8). Wes Bos

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The best option to start - JavaScript30.

https://wesbos.com/courses

Free/Paid

9). Scrimba

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The best option to start - The Coding Bootcamp Primer.

https://scrimba.com/allcourses

Free/Paid

10). LinkedIn Learning

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The best option to start - Become a Software Developer.

https://www.linkedin.com/learning/

Free/Paid

11). Flavio Copes

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The best option to start - The JavaScript Beginner's Handbook.

https://flaviocopes.com/

Free/Paid

12). JetBrains Academy

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The best option to start - Track: Python Developer.

https://www.jetbrains.com/academy/

Paid

13). FutureLearn

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The best option to start - Learn to Code for the Web (University of Leeds).

https://www.futurelearn.com/

Free/Paid

14). edX

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The best option to start - CS50's Introduction to Computer Science (Harvard University).

https://www.edx.org/

Free/Paid

15). Mike Dane

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The best option to start - Javascript Tutorial.

https://www.mikedane.com/

Free

+ Bonus - University of Helsinki's MOOC

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The best option to start - Elements of AI.

https://www.mooc.fi/en

Free

Please feel free to complete the list by replying to this post. Which resources do you like best?

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