What is the best site to learn how to code?

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Before I respond to the actual question, an important thing I want to say is, people mostly want free learning platforms (& there are quite a few good ones) but please don't shy away from spending on skills. If you can afford to spend on food, clothes, and material things, you must spend on building skills that will actually be more rewarding than anything else.

I am a strong proponent of learning new skills and recently I had this urge to explore coding. I tried a couple of free courses (mentioned below), which did help me get started. But then I had to take another course to further hone the skill and to really get the grip of it.

Also, before signing up for random programs, I would recommend some ground research at first. Just so you know what you hope to achieve and what are your goals, preferred learning style, and the specific programming language or technology you want to learn.

Some free platforms to get me started were:

Codecademy: Codecademy offers interactive coding lessons in various programming languages, web development, and data science. It's beginner-friendly and great for hands-on learning.

Coursera: Coursera partners with universities and organizations to provide a wide range of coding courses and specializations, including both free and paid options.

FreeCodeCamp: FreeCodeCamp provides free coding lessons and projects in web development and other programming areas. It also offers coding challenges and a supportive community.

Some other courses or sources that helped me level up were these two & some YouTube videos:

Hackerrank: HackerRank offers coding challenges and competitions to help you practice your coding skills and prepare for coding interviews.

Coding is for Everyone: If you don't want to put in much time, this course is a great one stop shop to learn from scratch. This personally helped me a lot in levelling up my skills, so I highly recommend it.

When choosing a platform, consider your learning preferences, the specific programming language or technology you want to learn, your budget, and whether you want a structured course or prefer a self-paced approach. It's often a good idea to try out a few different platforms to see which one aligns best with your learning style and goals. Additionally, don't forget to practice what you learn by working on coding projects and real-world applications. Good luck!!

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