Just finish high school and trying to decide what to do? Or maybe already in college and that English Literature major with a minor in Women's Studies just isn’t working out for you? Bored with your current job and want to do something different? Are you retired and thinking that it’s not all it’s cracked up to be?
Whatever your reasons for thinking about engaging the world of computer programming, there are a ton of resources out there to learn. Even the most basic beginner can learn! Read more to learn about my top 5 picks for free computer programming Web sites.
Top 5 “How to Code” Web sites
1. Khan Academy – completely free and so very basic! Great for the beginner. Listen, watch and DO!
2. The Little Introduction To Programming – this is more of a “book” than an interactive tutorial, but still a great place for beginners!
3. Treehouse – another great source for beginners.
4. Wikiversity – excellent resource for the visual learner – lots of text and diagrams.
5. Eli the Computer Guy – great for audio learners! Eli’s video is on YouTube and he talks you through it all.
Learn the basics, take some other beginner courses and then be sure to check out the more advanced enterprise-level courses that Mindteck Academy offers that give you the footing you need to break in to the wonderful world of software development!