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According to 400 Devs, what are the best sites for learning code?!

eleftheriabatsou profile image Eleftheria Batsou Originally published at eleftheriabatsou.hashnode.dev ・3 min read

44 Sites were the winners! Some well known and some...not so much! (or at least for me).

I asked on Twitter "What is your favorite site to learn programming?" and I got almost 400 answers.

What is your favorite site to learn programming?#DEVCommunity #CodeNewbies

— Eleftheria Batsou (@BatsouElef) April 6, 2021

Let's see what tech people say!

Most common answers:

  1. Google
  2. Youtube
  3. Stack overflow
  4. Freecodecamp
  5. w3schools

Very common answers:

  1. Geeks for geeks
  2. Pluralsight
  3. edX
  4. Coursera
  5. Udemy
  6. Udacity
  7. TreeHouse
  8. SoloLearn
  9. MDN Web Docs
  10. Codecademy
  11. Lynda / LinkedIn learning
  12. Codewars
  13. SkillShare
  14. Scriba
  15. Tutorials Point

Common answers

  1. FrontEndMasters
  2. Microsoft Learn
  3. The Odin Project
  4. WesBos Wes was one of my first learning sources too!
  5. OpenClassrooms
  6. Javapoint
  7. Stepik
  8. UIdev
  9. Code with Mosh
  10. Code with Harry

Not so common answers

  1. She codes
  2. Codemy
  3. Ardan labs
  4. Zero to mastery
  5. DataQuest
  6. EdYoda
  7. StackSkills
  8. newline
  9. BSD education
  10. The App Brewery

Quite a few answers about Spanish sites too

  1. Curso em video, Spanish
  2. Platzi, Spanish

I also got many answers specific to Python

  1. Real python
  2. Datacamp
  3. Python programming

And many people suggested

  • Localhost:8080, 127.0.0.1:3000

If a site doesn't belong to the Most Common/Very common section it doesn't mean that it's not good! Work with the sites that best suit your needs! For example, freecodecamp.org is an excellent choice for many people as it covers many aspects of programming, it's free and you don't have to download anything. Other sites are great too, it doesn't mean that they don't have quality learning paths or tutorials.

Thank you everyone for participating in Twitter :)

What about you? What is your favorite site?

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Matt Curcio • Edited

Curious, how do you define most-, very-, not-so-, and uncommon answers?
What would be interesting to me is the code used to crunch your data.
Thanks

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Eleftheria Batsou Author

That's why I have embedded the tweet. The answers are coming from there :)

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Matt Curcio

I'm sorry I was not clear.
Could I please see the data and/or code you used for this (data science) project?
Thanks ;)

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scetchy coding A-street Sketch

Thank you for that list 🤗

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Rodrigo Almeida

Curso em vídeo is portugueses, not spanish :)

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geraldarzy

Currently enrolled in Flatiron Coding Bootcamp! Great place to learn if your'e willing to spend money for a curriculum and guidance through it.

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Eleftheria Batsou Author

Yes, I heard some good things about Flatiron too!