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Code Learning Apps

Resources to learn how to code can be found throughout the Internet, with sites like Coursera and W3Schools available to help you learn HTML, PHP, and other web programming and application programming languages.

  1. Free Code Camp's open source community help you build a job-worthy portfolio of real apps used by real people, while helping nonprofits. Our 1 600 hour full stack JavaScript curriculum is completely self-paced, browser-based, and free.
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    We are committed to making the best education in the world freely available to any person who seeks it.
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  2. Learning has never been this social and accessible for so many! Bit-sized videos and fun practice sessions grab your attention and keep you focused, for guaranteed best results!.
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  3. W3Schools is a web developers information website, with tutorials and references on web development languages such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, and JQuery, covering most aspects of web programming.
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  4. Are you a code newbie? Learning to program is exhilarating and challenging... and also frustrating, exhausting, and overwhelming.
  5. LinkedIn Learning is an American website offering video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. It was founded in 1995 by Lynda Weinman as Lynda.com before being acquired by LinkedIn in 2015.
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    Pluralsight is the global leader in high-quality online training for hardcore developers and IT pros. The revolutionary Pluralsight training library provides techies with instant access to a rich collection of online training courses delivered by industry authorities.
  6. Free tutorials and reference manuals with examples for Computer Fundamentals, JSF, C Sharp, Flex, GWT, PL/SQL, Eclipse, JUnit, Pascal, Maven, Scala, Spring, Struts 2, HTML5, ANT, iBATIS, Django, JSP, JAVA, JDBC, AJAX, WAP, SQL, MySQL, C/C++, PERL, PHP, Ruby, Ruby on Rails...
  7. The Odin Project is one of those "What I wish I had when I was learning" resources. Not everyone has access to a computer science education or the funds to attend an intensive coding school and neither of those is right for everyone anyway.
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  8. Code.org is a non-profit whose goal is to expose all students to computer programming. We believe that computer programming is a liberal art; it's something EVERY student in the world should be exposed to at some point in their childhood education.
  9. When learning to code, most people get stuck on the "bridge" between memorizing syntax and understanding the logic that makes it all work. We believe the most effective way to learn a programming language is to break the process into three phases:
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    The coding app for beginners. With fun, quick lessons on your phone, the app teaches adult learners to write real JavaScript.
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  10. Tutorialzine is a site dedicated to bringing you the coolest web development tutorials and resources.
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  11. Mimo is a platform that teaches computer science in a fun and interactive way.
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  12. LeetCode is a platform for learning and improving coding skills with the goal of being fully prepared for programming interviews. Choose problems to solve from categories such as System Design, Algorithms and Database, join code contests and engage in mock interviews.
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