Once upon a time, coding was only for the super-elite computer-nerd crowd. Today, coding is for everyone, from bloggers to marketers to students to C-level execs.
Some of the benefits of being able to code include:
There were nine of the best places you can learn to code for free. Those are still great places, and you should check them out, but I've learned about seven more since then!
Upon successful completion of the course, you can pay $90 to receive a certificate of verification.
With Code.org, you can learn the basics of computer science through a drag and drop, feature-packed learning experience. As a self-directed tutorial, complete with lectures from some of the biggest names in programming (think Mark Zuckerberg et al), you can work at your own pace. With tens of millions of participants, a variety of tutorials, and free access to how-to guides and videos, this one is definitely worth trying out.
As the name implies, Code School is where you go to learn coding, programming, and related skills. This resource is unique in the way it provides "paths." Each path is focused on specific skills related to a particular programming language, such as:
Free Code Camp offers a unique way of learning to code, by doing some social good, too. It teaches students basic and advanced techniques by building projects for nonprofits. Its four-step process includes:
Learning to code in your browser is a different experience, but one that translates well when it comes time to take on a "real life" project.
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