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Any good coding website beside Youtube, I can start learning from?

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Rita’s Answer

10 Best & Free Online Websites to Learn Coding:

1.GitHub.
2.Codecademy.
3.Treehouse.
4.Udemy.
5.Coursera.
6.Khan Academy.
7.W3Schools.
8.EdX.
9.FreeCodeCamp.
10.Evanto tuts +.
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Mitchell’s Answer

I' m learning Python on https://pythoninstitute.org/ and I'm loving it. Plus at the end, you can pay to take a certification exam and pad your future job applications. They have a few certs and will guide you through the whole process and they get very deep, but they're presented in a really clear and concise way. Plus you can run code straight from your web browser!

Mitchell recommends the following next steps:

Check out https://pythoninstitute.org/
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Chiu’s Answer

You can try the https://hourofcode.com/us for the basic concept of coding
https://www.khanacademy.org/computing/computer-programming to learn the Java script.
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Yasmeen’s Answer

Also check out Girls Who Code
https://girlswhocode.com/
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Akshat’s Answer

Hi Nancy, I would say don't overwhelm yourself. Start with very basic Udemy. Spend about $10 a course and start there. See in which area of coding you develop your interest. Then decide more courses there or you can go to some of the other options which can be specific to your interest.
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Stefanie’s Answer

Check out Microsoft Office Training.

MS Office is the most widely used tool for documenting and organizing information, delivering presentations,
as well as processing data in offices environments across the globe. When looking for a job, proficiency in MS Office will position you as the most promising candidate to employers.

8 Best + Free Microsoft Word Courses & Training [2020]

https://digitaldefynd.com/best-microsoft-word-courses/
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Natasha’s Answer

Among options: https://www.codecademy.com/

Research your region (state, city) for groups that mentor young students interested in coding or software development.



Stay well,
Natasha
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Julius’s Answer

Hey Kid, the course below is completely free and will point you to the learning sites.

https://github.com/ForrestKnight/open-source-cs/blob/master/README.md
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Clint’s Answer

I am actually taking classes on Udemy. I really like them. The classes are well put together and very detailed. I think my entire bundle costs $12 too. So it is very cheap.
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Peter’s Answer

Hi Nancy - there are a lot of great (and free) learn-how-to-code online platforms out there. The first question you should ask is what areas are you most interested in. For general coding, my go-to website is https://www.katacoda.com/. For low-code learning platforms, Salesforce online learning is a good starting point: https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/home. If you are into mobile (IoS or Android) coding, a great learning website is: https://www.raywenderlich.com/ios or https://www.raywenderlich.com/android. Good luck and hope this helps!
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Julia’s Answer

Hi Nancy,

I am in school for software programming and I love using Code Academy https://www.codecademy.com/ It is free and very explanatory so I highly suggest it. Another great option you can do from your smart phone is the application SoloLearn. They have so many different apps for learning code: HTML, Java, C++, python etc. I use that when I need to learn/study on the go. I hope this helps!!
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Alexander’s Answer

W3Schools is one I really like. Has multiple different types of coding, and gives you a good understanding of the basics.
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Krishna’s Answer

I recommend taking courses from udemy.com or courser.org as others have suggested. They are very affordable $10-$20 and well put together.

I would also like to add that taking a course that is geared towards a certification may be very helpful when you are starting your career, for two reasons.
#1. When you are studying for a certification you will delve it to topics that you may not find interesting at first, but nonetheless are foundational for future learning.
#2. It will help you stand out with prospective employers.

Also, if you have time, look for free online courses available at reputable universities and organizations, such as MIT, etc.
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Charles’s Answer

Check out SoloLearn.com.

They have self-paced lessons on several different languages. There is also a "social media" aspect to the platform that allows you to connect with other individuals learning as well.
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Gabriel’s Answer

Hi Nancy,

I would highly recommend www.hackerrank.com
I started to build my skills via www.hackerrank.com
There are many different stages in hackerrank that could cater the needs of a developer/future developer
Its good to start from the early stage, to build up your fundamentals before progressing to the higher level

All the best.
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Harsha’s Answer

here's a good start :

www.w3schools.com
www.tutorialspoint.com
kwww.hackerrank.com
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