re: Best resources for a beginner developer? VIEW POST


Nice list. I'm also a big fan of Brad Traversy, he probably has the most diverse and comprehensive collection of resources out there.

For the complete beginner I also like:

  • Havard's CS50 via edX - Everyone should watch CS50s content to appreciate how computers, the internet, and programming works.  The course covers everything from low-level C to Javascript and SQL. Even if you don't complete the coursework, the video content is a valuable introduction to Computer Science.

  • General Assemblys Dash - a free, interactive introductory course that is all done in the browser.  The projects include a landing page, blog theme, and restaurant website.

  • Code Academy - Most of the content is free, easy to follow and frames each lesson on a project. The Pro version includes more projects, quizzes and online help via chat.

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