The following page is a list of all the resources that I use to learn web development as well as resources that I recommend that you check out as well.
If you feel overwhelmed with all the places online that you can learn web development from I don’t blame you, there’s lots of them!
There’s a lot of online content that teaches web development and programming but certain places are better to learn then others depending on your skill level and preference. Your budget and how much you are willing to spend on your education is going to play a very important part in this as well.
Don’t worry I’ll try my best to sort out the good and the bad and give you a summary of what I think of each.
Here is a list of all the places that I recommend you learn web development from…
My Online School
Before we talk about any other options on this list I have to toot my horn just a little bit here ;). If you aren’t already aware, I run my very own online school from this blog that teaches a wide variety of different programming languages.
My overall goal with my online school is to offer a complete package that is useful for anyone no matter what their programming goals are. If you are aspiring to be a full stack web developer then this is a good place to start.
My personal recommendation is to sign-up to my monthly subscription where you will get complete access to all my online courses for only $9 a month. This is a steal of a deal and definitely worth the price.
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The very first course I ever enrolled in online was the complete web developing course on Udemy. This was way back and the day and quite some time ago.
Since then Udemy has really evolved to become a great resource for anyone wanting to learn how to code.
I even teach a few courses on Udemy myself!
Feel free to check out my profile if you like.
Overall my recommendations for taking courses on Udemy is to wait until they run their $10 promos and stack up on courses then. You can get a lot of value for your money and the vast majority of courses on Udemy have a lot of content in them so they are perfect for learning and applying new skills.
I am an affiliate of Udemy so if you buy any courses using my affiliate link I will get paid a small commision. Udemy has given me a code that will apply the latest deal automatically when you click it which will allow you to get the best prices when buying courses on Udemy.
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Skillshare is almost like the poor mans version of Udemy but in all honestly they do offer a lot of different courses on different programming topics. With Skillshare you pay a monthly price instead of paying for each course individually.
I also have a few courses on Skillshare that you can watch if you like.
Check out my profile here.
This makes Skillshare a great option for those who do not have a lot of money to spend or just want to try out a few programming courses to see if they like web development first before they make a larger commitment.
If you want a more in-depth review of Skillshare be sure to check out my review here.
Overall Skillshare is worth checking out if you are interested in taking programming video courses on a budget.
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Team Treehouse is probably the best place to to learn web development from when it comes to quality of online courses. The videos are done very well and they do have a lot of courses covering a wide variety of different topics on web development.
The problem is that they do come at a higher price point as a result. Their monthly plan’s start at $25-$50 a month and their Tech degree’s are $199 a month.
I know these prices do sound pretty expensive and they are but if you are really serious about learning web development then this is probably your best option by far.
I did a review of Team Treehouse that you can watch and I also review their Tech degree program as well.
Check out those two links below if you like:
Overall Treehouse is probably the best place to learn web development online in my opinion but it’s also the most costly by far. The good news is that Treehouse offers a 7 day free trial on both their monthly subscriptions as well as tech degree’s!
Click here to get a 7 day free trial of Team Treehouse.
Ahhh, the good old YouTube…
Although not the best place to learn web development from there definitely are some good channels you can subscribe to and learn a thing or two.
There’s lots of quick tutorials and cool things to learn on YouTube but the problem I find is that YouTube lacks a structured plan to teaching you web development, you tend to just jump from video to video and content creators tend to publish their content in this way as well.
But that’s okay because its free and Youtube should be used as a secondary resource to learning web development not a primary one.
Speaking of which if you aren’t already be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to stay up to date with all the awesome video I publish 😉
Free Code Camp
If you know of any other websites of platforms that teach programming courses online that I didn’t cover in this list be sure to let me know in the comments and I’ll take a look at em!