Learn to code, for free.

Ever wanted to start coding, learn a new language or improve your coding skills, but didn’t know where to start?
Here are 5 websites to get you started, for free of course.

Beginners, intermediates and professionals, start working on your coding skills.

1. Codecademy

Codecademy is one of the biggest in the field.
More than 25 million learners from around the globe use their services to learn how to code.
Just sign up and start learning multiple languages like AngularJS, Ruby, Java and more.

2. Udemy

Udemy currently has more than 10 million learners, and contain more than 40,000 online courses.
You can learn there practically anything, but let’s focus on code, just choose your favorite out of the 40,000+ courses that are taught by an expert instructor. Every course is available on-demand.

3. Udacity

Udacity is growing fast and is a lot like Udemy, but they also have many free courses created by Google, Facebook, AT&T, MongoDB and more. jump right in, it’s awesome! 
If you want to learn Android Application Development, this is a great place to start, Google has a great free course.
They also provide paid Nanodegree.

4. Hack.pledge()

Hack.pledge() Is a community of developers helping each other master software craftsmanship.
You can mentor the next generation of developers or learn from the best and master your craft.

5. edX

To over 5 million learners, edX provides a great learning experience.
They offer lots of free courses, to help you learn almost anything.
They also offer paid Verified Certificates, so you can add to your LinkedIn CV etc.

Hope you’ll find this useful.
If you have anything to add, feel free to let me know in the comments.

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