For those who don’t even know where the curly-bracket is on a keyboard.
It’s not technically “free”, but Treehouse offers a multi-platform learning experience that includes videos, coding tutorials, and quizzes. If you’re looking to gain a solid foundation in a short amount of time, the 14-day free trial might be suit your needs.
Udacity uses videos and tutorials like the previous two resources, but also has the advantage of a relevant final project. Udacity users will create an interactive resume using the skills they’ve learned, which not only teaches you how to code, but could land you a job in any field!
You know the basics, and you want to take this programming thing to the next level, maybe even attend an immersive coding school.
Codewars challenges are an excellent resource, especially if you’re to apply to a more selective coding bootcamp as part of a career transition. These coding problems are a pretty accurate representation of the challenges on the Fullstack application’s technical coding assessment. Warning: the beginner-level challenges are still pretty hard. If you find these too difficult, you review the earlier resources listed above or consider attending an in-person coding class.
You are a proficient coder, maybe even a professional. You want to learn more advanced technologies and are looking for in-depth tutorial-projects and videos.
Where to go from here?