20 Webs to Learn Programming for Beginners – Free

If you are someone who is learning programming and coding by yourself and looking for some awesome resources then you have come to the right place. In this article, I am going to share 21 websites you can use to learn the code for free from the comfort of your office and home.

  1. freecodecamp.org

This is one of the most awesome community websites which will help you to learn to code for free, build real-world projects and get a job as a developer.

It has a massive collection of interactive tutorials and exercises to learn JavaScript, Data Structure and Algorithms, Frontend Development and so on.

Founded by Quincy Larson, this is a really awesome place to start your coding journey. They even have a big Facebook group (freecodecampearth) where you can ask questions and share your learning experience.

2. Coursera

This is another awesome website to learn online. It’ founded by Stanford professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller and it offers courses, specializations, and online degrees.

The best part of Coursera is that it offers online courses from Universities like Stanford, University of London, University of Michigan, Colorado, Imperial College of London and many more.

It provides both free and paid online courses and specialization. Some of my favorite free programming courses from Coursera are :

  1. Algorithms Part I and Part 2 by Robert Sedgewick (link)
  2. Machine Learning by Andrew Ng (link)
  3. Python for Everybody (link)

Coursera also provides you Certification, which you can showcase in your Linkedin profile, but you need to pay for it.

3. udemy.com

One of the best place for online learning. you will get online courses in all the latest technology and programming language like JavaSpringData Structure and Algorithms, Selenium, REST, etc. It provides both free and paid resources.

Here is a couple of useful free course to learn some of the interesting technologies:

  1. Java Tutorial for Complete Beginners (link)
  2. Easy to Advanced Data Structures (link)
  3. Introduction To Python Programming (link)
  4. Advanced and Object-Oriented JavaScript and ES6 (link)

The paid resources are also very cheap and you can purchase on just $9.99 during their flash sale, which happens quite often. It’s full of some of the great teachers like Colt Steele, Rob Percival, Stephen Grider, Josh Portilla, John Purcell, etc.

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