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Any websites that are good for a high schooler that is looking into coding?

Im in 11th grade and i've recently gotten interested in coding coding computer technology

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David’s Answer

Great answers so far (Love Coursera! Some courses you can "audit" for free, but you don't get a grade and can't submit assignments for grading.)

Some other ideas:
Roblox developer kit is free--you can try to figure out how to make a Roblox game. Lots of YouTube videos about it.
Minecraft for Java--the game itself costs some money. "Mods" can be programmed in Java, and there are YouTube videos how to do it with some free tools.
Scratch (scratch.mit.edu) is free. It's for younger kids to learn the basic concepts in a way that's graphical and fun. You can build your own games or modify other people's games.
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Craig’s Answer

So many, look into YouTube for many channels with tutorials on python , C++ etc and Raspberry Pi hardware.
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Akshata’s Answer

Hi Emely,

So good to hear that you are interested in coding. The best place to begin with is youtube. There are tons of video tutorials. So you can pick a programming language and start from there.

Platforms like Coursera and edX have a lot of courses that are offered by University Professors. You can start with a beginners level course and advance further. They even offer financial assistance if required. Codecademy, Udemy, Udacity and Pluralsight to name a few more.

A lot of libraries offer coding lessons too. Depending on where you stay. There are meetup groups that conduct seminars / webinars on programming that are led by industry professionals.

HTH! Good luck!
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Bindhu’s Answer

Hi Emely

Thank you for your question. As other members mentioned, Youtube is a great resource and there are plenty of tutorials. Along with Youtube, You could also access w3schools, Leetcode, Hackerran websites to learn different programming languages and try the examples by applying variables as per your choice. This would help to improve the practical side and comfortability.
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Craig’s Answer

So many, look into YouTube for many channels with tutorials on python , C++ etc and Raspberry Pi hardware.
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