Best Websites To Learn Coding Online
In this digital age, learning is just a click away. Be it academic or skill building, the new age websites are providing cutting age solution to learners across the world.
Coding, which is essentially the computer language used to develop apps, websites and software, was a subject that required classroom learning, even few years back. But today a host of websites are offering easy and comprehensive learning modules in coding. With these sites at your finger tips, it is no longer necessary to attend classes or access expensive books.
Here is a list of websites to learn coding in a n easy and economic manner –
Udemy is for professional adults. The site makes use of content from online content creators and sells them to users for revenue. Udemy helps organizations of all kinds prepare for the ever-evolving future of work. The curated collection of business and technical courses helps companies, governments, and nonprofits develop internal expertise and gratify employees’ need for learning and development.
Students avail the courses mostly for advancing job-related skills. Udemy successfully attracted corporate trainers looking for developing coursework for their colleagues. The programming courses are often free of cost and are trained via video lessons. Some of the well accepted courses include Programming for Entrepreneurs – HTML & CSSorIntroduction to Python Programming. The site also has a mobile app on Apple iOS and Android for its customers to access courses by means of mobile phones.
Our courses are designed to keep learners on track. The modules help drill the material with 85 coding quizzes and make users feel comfortable and confident. Most of the free courses take fewer than 11 hours. There are a global community of coaches, advisors, and graduates, which ensures that help always on hand.
Launched in 2012, Coursera is the creation of Stanford University computer science professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller. The platform is a repertoire of diverse range of courses (both free and paid) in partnership with big MNCs like IBM and institutions like the University of Washington, Stanford, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota and many others.
The courses available on the platform have an average duration of four to ten weeks, having one or two hours of video lectures every week. The modules include quizzes, weekly exercises, peer-graded assignments, and sometimes a final project or exam. Currently, the platform boasts of above 28 million registered users and over 2,000 courses.
Founded in 2008, GitHub Inc. is a web-based hosting service for version control using Git. Users avail it essentially for coding. It offers all of the distributed version control and source code management functionality of Git as well as adding its own features. It is supporting a community where above 31 million people learn, share, and work together to build software. Governments of a number of countries across the world use GitHub to build software, shape policy, and share information with constituents. The platform has over 500 free programming books with more than 80 different programming languages.
Founded in May 2012, edX is a nonprofit institute and operates on the free Open edX open-source software platform. The platform is a brainchild of sScientists from Harvard and MIT. Today, edX has over 70 schools and more than 14 million users mostly students, avail above 1,800 courses online.
Hack.pledge helps programmers to collectively advance their expertise and to guide and coach trainee coders. Users needs to sign up on hack.pledge and are put on a waitlist. Eventually they are connected with a mentor or mentee, once adequate users sign up for a definite program. The platform was founded by HackHands, masterminded by two Brazilian technology entrepreneurs, Geraldo Ramos and Assis Antunes. HackHands is an online technology mentoring site dedicated to computer programmers and coders, facilitated by an international association of subject-matter experts.
MIT Open Courseware
MIT Open Courseware is an extensive, web-based online publication of MIT course materials for undergraduates and graduates. The materials are available freely and openly to anyone around the world. The modules are mostly interactive web displays in Java, texts by MIT professors, streaming video lectures which can be downloaded for offline viewing. The video and audio can also be accessed from iTunes U and the Internet Archive.
Launched in 2005 by Salman Khan, Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization which aims at developing a set of online tools facilitate easy learning amongst students. The platform creates short-time course modules in the form of YouTube videos. The site also offers additional practice exercises and course materials for educators and users.
Author: Baishali Mukherjee
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