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Full-Stack Youtubers to Follow 🏃 — From Beginner → Expert

timbogdanov profile image Tim Bogdanov Updated on ・2 min read

Everyone Starts Somewhere

Everyone single one of us had a beginning. Learning to code can be tough and frustrating. My journey started in 2014 when I learned about a youtube channel that would change my life forever. This is a life of the Youtubers that guided me along in discovering new technologies and learning them from the ground up.

This list does not in anyway reflect the order of my least and most favorite.

#1 TheNewBoston

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I guess you could say Bucky Roberts introduced me to Web Development. For the longest time I'd follow every single one of his videos and frankly he deserves everything that has brought be to where I am today.

#2 Codecourse (Formally Php Academy)

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#3 adamthedev

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#4 Ben Awad

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#5 Colt Steele

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#6 Dev Ed

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#7 Fireship

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#8 freeCodeCamp.org

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#9 Harry Wolff

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#10 CodingWithChandler

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leob

Definitely not my thing, I don't have the patience to sit through lengthy Youtube vids. Give me a well written blog post or tutorial anytime.

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Nicolás Omar González Passerino • Edited

I agree with you leob. I am more used to study with tutorials or even books. On the other hand, sometimes a channel like fireship is good for know at first glance of some concept that you heard time ago and it gives you a starting point.

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Tim Bogdanov Author

You’re a special man

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leob

Haha not really, well I guess everyone is special :-)

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Strange • Edited

You should also follow Kyle on webdevsimplified

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Akshan

have you ever heard of traversy media. He is so good!!!!

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Adam the Dev

Wow I feel honoured to be a part of this list! Thanks a lot 👍👍👍

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Tim Bogdanov Author

I feel honoured to have you comment! 😜

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maxdevjs

Useful suggestions, thank you. Is the TheNewBoston still active?

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Tim Bogdanov Author

As far as I know, the initial owner of it either sold the account or passed it on to someone else. :(

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maxdevjs

Seems that he is back...

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Gulajava Ministudio

You forget The Net Ninja and Program With Erik

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HARSH VATS

Brad Traversy is also good!

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Ariane

The Net Ninja is great as well!

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Robert Lippens

If you have any interest in C#/.NET development, I've found IAmTimCorey has a ton of great learning material.

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Bas

Another good one to follow is Les Jackson

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Felipe Rueda • Edited

Been watching Harry Wolff lately, he is so good. His content is very informative. I've learned a lot of React things from his channel.

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Rajesh Moka

Other youtubers:
Traversy media
Codingtrain
CodingWithMosh
Sentdex
Derek banas

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Tim Bogdanov Author

I don’t get it.

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