MIT offers free course content available for you to browse through at your leisure. Choose from courses such as:
Students can choose from several different track courses, focusing on:
One of the original free online coding resources, Khan Academy has come a long way. With easy-to-follow course sections with step-by-step video tutorials, Khan Academy is a great place to get started with your coding career.
HTML5 Rocks is a Google project, with Google pro contributors bringing you the latest updates, resource guides, and slide decks for all things HTML5.
The language tends to be higher level, so it's probably more suited to those with some previous experience. However, ambitious newbies are still welcome.
The king of online education, Coursera offers free classes from dozens of universities across the country, with a healthy smattering of coding classes for those with the desire to learn.
Udemy offers a ton of great video courses on everything from personal improvement to computer programming. Most of the in-depth courses come with a cost, but there are often discounts and 50 percent coupons floating around the Web that can bring down prices.
There are also plenty of free courses which are well suited for beginners. Give them a shot!
Udacity is another great source to jumpstart your coding cognition. You can pay for their guided courses, which include a personal coach to help you develop your skills and lead you in the right direction, or browse their courseware materials pro bono.
If you want to learn code, why not look to the king of the internet for help? Google'sUniversity Consortium offers free courses on:
The materials tend to be catered for more intermediate to advanced users, although there is a smattering of content for beginners too.
edX offers tons of MOOCs, including courses on programming.
Current upcoming programming classes include:
These courses start soon, so sign up now!
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