2017 Best Online Coding Resources

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2017 Best Online Coding Resources

No matter where you get your education, there's always a benefit to fine-tuning your knowledge and brushing up on the newest technology. People all over the world can benefit from learning coding and technology schools online with the best blogs and forums around. We've created our list of favorites. Check them out and let us know what you think!



Codecademy offers free coding classes in 12 different programming languages including Python, Java, PHP, JavaScript, Ruby, SQL, and Sass, as well as markup languages HTML and CSS.


CodeWars trains students by giving them challenges (aka "Kata") in an easy-to-use interface with content curated by the users themselves.


Boasting over 40,000 paid and free courses, Udemy is a one-stop shop for many skills trainings such as graphic design, coding, and Google AdWords.


At Coursera, all free classes are taught by university professors. They also have certificates, which you receive after paying for a course.



Subreddits /cscareers and /learnprogramming are treasure troves of insider knowledge and opinions related to coding, technology, and bootcamps.



Quora is a questions-and-answers forum where users can ask any questions they want, and get answers from anyone (from students to professionals, and everywhere in between.)


Hack Design

Hack Design is a free and easy-to-use UX/UI design course. Learn at your own pace and apply your knowledge to your real-life job.

Smashing Magazine

Smashing Magazine is a go-to resource for professional and soon-to-be-professional designers.

52 Weeks of UX

52 Weeks of UX walks you through 52 mirco-lessons about UX and UI design.


Try Git

Git and GitHub are the bread and butter of collaborative coding. Try a 15-minute exercise!

Try Ruby

From the same creators as Try Git. Walk through an in-browser demonstration of the Ruby language.

Eloquent JavaScript

It seems as though no one reads print anymore, but Eloquent JavaScript has stood the test of time and is one of the most-read books about the versatile language. (Plus, you can read it online.)


According to Course Report's 2017 Coding Bootcamp Market Sizing Report, there are 95 coding and technology bootcamps in the market today.

So how do you decide which one to attend?

Find the length that works best for you. // Consider an online program.