Planning start something new in this year? You can start to learn online now. Online education is gaining popularity over the last few years, as it should. I have tried few of them last year and will share my experience with them in this post. Since I am a software developer we are going to focus on the materials related to it.
So, here is a list of 15 sites that you should visit before you make you make your choice. I have not used much on all of them, but worth a spending some time. The italic text below the title are taken from the respective sites. The order of names are arbitrary and does not carry any significance.
OCW makes the materials used in the teaching of MIT’s subjects available on the Web.
We are a social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. We envision a future where the top universities are educating not only thousands of students, but millions. Our technology enables the best professors to teach tens or hundreds of thousands of students.
3. Khan Academy
Learn almost anything for free
5. Code Academy
6. Code School
Code School teaches web technologies in the comfort of your browser with video lessons, coding challenges, and screencasts.
Whether you are completely new to coding or a developer looking to learn a new language, LearnStreet courses make it engaging and fun to create with code. Our interactive courses are designed to help you learn by actually writing real code and getting immediate feedback.
WiBit.net is a video tutorial web site offering cutting edge programming and computer tutorials. We specialize in focused and linear content. WiBit is a great place to start learning how to program, or to pick up new skills even if you’ve been at it a while.
13. Interview street
Solve interesting challenges and also get connected to amazing tech companies if you are interested. Join in to be among the elite group of talent in the world.
At P2PU, people work together to learn a particular topic by completing tasks, assessing individual and group work, and providing constructive feedback.
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Reference: 15 Online Learning websites that you should check out from our JCG partner Manu PK at the The Object Oriented Life blog.Related Whitepaper:
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