Some time ago we published 7 Best Sources to Learn Programming Online. Is it time to learn more about coding learning?
- Codecademy – Interactive
Codecademy makes learning programming basics fun with its interactive interface and responsive feedback.
- KhanAcademy – A Non-profit knowledge website
- Coursera brings school structure home
After creating a free account the user has the ability to participate in courses that simulate an online class room structure.
- Learn about user experience and why it’s important
In this self-paced course the student will learn how people connect with technology, and teach the basics of creating user friendly experiences.
- Who doesn’t want to make their own game?
This website teaches users how to create their own simple game with Python, a basic programming language, by providing videos, quizzes, examples, and worksheets.
- Teach yourself Java 2 in 24 hours
With each hour broken down into sections, Sam will show you how to learn to program with Java 2 in one day!
- The Land of Code
The website will start off the user with an Introduction to computer programming quiz, point them in the direction they need to go to start learning.
- Harvard College’s free introduction to Computer Science
This course involves topics such as thinking algorithmically and web development. The student will learn the fundamentals of multiple languages.
- Python taught by Dr.Chuck
Once the user has joined the class, they will learn how to understand, read, parse, and manipulate data using Python.
- Making sense of Data
Google will teach the user how to structure data and manipulate information. Great for those running surveys or interested in compiling data.
- iOS programming course
In this open course, the user will learn how to make their very own iOs application.
- Android programming basics
A playlist of comprehensive videos on YouTube geared toward teaching beginners how to understand android platform development.
Do you know any other great online programming basics course? Please share!