The Best 10 YouTube Channels for Learning Programming and Coding Online

Follow the below youtube channels if u are ready to learn programming and coding These are the Best youtube channels ever

in this post we provided each channel description

1. TheNewBoston

Thenewboston has more than 4,200 videos with more than a million subscribers. TheNewBoston is arguably the single best resource for anyone who wants to become a Programmer. The tutorials in this channel cover a range of different programming topics including developing for android and Web design. Bucky Roberts is the guy who manages the channel and teaches the lessons using a teaching style best described as entertaining and simple. His coding tutorials are very easy for almost anyone of any age to grasp. This channel should be on your list for sure.

Things you can learn : Almost all languages..

2. Derek Banas

Derek Banas is a Youtube content creator who is very famous for his ” Programming language in a single video “series. Just as the title of that playlist implies, Banas explains the core concepts of a programming language in just one video. Among the content, you will find videos like Learn the Javascript in 30 minutes, Learn the Ruby Programming Language in One Video. This is one of his videos that aims to teach as much as possible in as short a time as possible. He explains a wide range of programming topics with content that includes thorough guides on PHP, along with MySQL and Java. Banas has uploaded over 743 videos and has more than 450,000 subscribers.

Things you can learn : PHP, Java, C++, CSS, HTML, Android, Python, Ruby and assembly language

3. Learn code.academy

Learn code.academy is a great source for anyone who wishes to learn Web designing. In this channel, you will be walked through topics like jQuery and JavaScript in Stern’s efficient and thorough style. The channel’s trailer is one of his most popular videos and provides web development career advice. This video outlines the paths that you can take on your way to becoming a professional web developer along with the order in which you have to learn things. LearnCode.academy has 111 videos and over 193,000 subscribers.

Things you can learn: HTML, CSS, JavaScript (including Node.JavaScript, Angular.JavaScript, Backbone.JavaScript), Server Administration, Deployment Strategies.

4. Treehouse

Treehouse is the official YouTube channel of teamtreehouse.com. Treehouse is an educational resource established with the mission of providing affordable education. Teamtreehouse offers lessons on numerous topics including coding in C# and Python. The videos are delivered in a casual and an easy-to-understand style by a variety of presenters. The channel’s content also includes the Treehouse Show, which is a roundup of web development and programming news along with helpful tips and interviews. Treehouse has over 332 videos and more than 104,000 subscribers.

Things you can learn: PHP, CSS, Javascript,python, swift, C++

5. ProgrammingKnowledge

Here you will find a variety of videos aimed at new programmers. The tutorials here range from an Android tutorial for beginners to Python Java, and C++ tutorials. Among the resources is a C programming tutorial that is considered the best course in that language that you will find anywhere. The channel (along with ProgrammingKnowledge blog) are owned by Yogesh Patel. The sheer number of videos (over 1,000) that are geared towards beginners makes this one of the first channels that anyone who wants to get into coding should bookmark. ProgrammingKnowledge has over 218,000 subscribers.

Things you can learn : Almost all basic languages

CSS Tricks

This is the YouTube Channel for CSSTricks.com made by Chris Coyier. The channel shows screencasts mainly about web design related topics, including CSS, Responsive design, SVG and others. There are also screencasts about WordPress Development.

Things you can learn: CSS, JavaScript, WordPress.

7. Tuts+ Web Design

Tut+ creates video courses and tutorials to help you learn and master skills in web design. You can learn much here, including mastering Bootstrap, layout on Photoshop and Dreamweaver, build a responsive layout, implement SASS and Compass, making themes for Tumblr, and more. The in 60 Seconds videos make many topics very simple.

Things you can learn: HTML, CSS, Design (Photoshop, Dreamweaver).

8. Adam Khoury

Here is a free video course from Adam Khoury, that aims to help you in mastering web development technologies such as JavaScript, PHP, SQL, HTML, CSS, and others.

Things you can learn: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL.

9. Coder’s Guide

On Coder’s Guide, you can learn computer programming more broadly. You can start from HTML/CSS and JavaScript then move on to more advanced topics such as responsive websites and applying WordPress themes with Bootstrap. Also available are videos on Java programming and VisualBasic.

Things you can learn: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Java, VisualBasic.

10. Brad Hussey

Check out this channel by Brad Hussey which features free courses on coding for web development. The topics include: building websites from scratch using HTML and CSS, responsive web with Bootstrap, coding dynamic websites using PHP and others. Also included are videos about web hosting, and even how to be a great freelancer.

Things you can learn: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP.

Bonus : CodeGeek

CodeGeek is a channel that talks about events, tutorials, courses and webinars about coding and web development. The contents shared here are related to AngularJs, NodeJS, JavaScript, NodeJS Frameworks, PHP, Python, MongoDb, NoSQL, Couchbase, SQL Server and more.

Things you can learn: JavaScript and frameworks (Angular, NodeJS), PHP, Python, Database (MongoDB, NoSQL and more).

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