What are the best resources to learn to code?

  • #1

    Free - pro version includes more features. 19.99/month

    Written on February 15, 2017
    Marty Taylor
    "Codacademy is how I learned to write code. It's a wonderful site, because it's free, it's geared to the complete beginner, and there are a massive amount of resources available to help me learn all aspects of beginning to program. I was also able to take inspiration from the stories of people like me who had learned how to code through Codeacademy."
  • #2
    Written on February 7, 2017
    Pedro Jimenez
    "All my friends are learning to code. With a degree in the humanities, I feel like I'm behind the times and missing out on opportunities to make money and grow professionally. Bento has really helped me get my feet in the world of coding. It breaks down complicated processes into easy steps, and its curriculum really helps you understand how to code in different languages."
  • #3

    Free - Free courses available. Full price not shown

    Written on February 4, 2017
    Roy Snyder
    "Ktbyte has a pretty comprehensive approach to learning Java for beginners. There are resources ranging from free lessons on small programming tidbits to full courses online. It's a lot more expensive than self-directed learning resources, but for some people that price will be worth it to have that sort of guided interactive learning experience."

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Best resources to learn to code
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Codeacademy Websites 318 Free
2 Bento Websites 277 Free
3 Ktbyte Websites 241 Free
4 Coursera Websites 203 Free
5 Codeschool Websites 191 Paid
6 Harvards CS50 class Courses 167 Free
7 Udacity - nano degrees introductory programming course Courses 133 Paid
8 Upskill Websites 89 Free
9 Lightbot Apps 66 Paid
10 Lynda Websites 40 Paid