Tired of reading tutorials? Check out those awesome Youtube channels to learn to code for free!3 min read

Sometimes reading tutorials are bored and exhausted, but there are still many resources that help us learn to code by watching. Youtube is one of this place, and more fabulous that we could find out these channels which provide us the high-quality content, dive deeply into your wanted programming languages and easy to acquire. Below I listed some Youtube channels, which meet all the requirements above.

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1.freeCodeCamp

Perhaps many of you already know about this name and this channel, freeCodeCamp is the big community for people who want to learn to code for free and help non-profit. Created in 2014 by Quincy Larson, freeCodeCamp now is one of the most thriving website with million of people joining and learn to code together.

freeCodeCamp also has the youtube channel, where they upload videos frequently with almost 900K subscribers. When you’re watching this channel, you can a bunch of useful stuff. From coding tutorials from many different languages, daily podcast, successful developers’ stories and even music that help you concentrate while coding.

2.CS Dojo

Leaving $100K salary at Google as a software developer, YK created a Youtube channel to teach people how to learn to code for free. Having appeared on Youtube just about 3 years, CS Dojo is one of the prominent channels that helps people who want to become a programmer by his real experiences, he also teaches people programming language such as Python, algorithms, tips and give them the motivation to learn.

3.Coding Train

This is a funny guy that teach people about complicated topics by a simple and funny way. Subjects covered range from the basics of programming languages like JavaScript (with p5.js) and Java (with Processing) to generative algorithms like physics simulation, computer vision, and data visualization.

4. DevTips

If you are a person who loves JavaScript, this channel is right for you! Weekly DevTips will have video tutorials on web programming with specific topics and allows you to easily follow up. You can follow basic HTML, CSS positioning. And followed up by a lot of tutorials about JavaScript frameworks that updated regularly.

5. Darek Banas

Derek Banas has over 943000 followers and it includes videos about programming languages. You can see instructions on Object Oriented JavaScript, CSS and SASS, Ruby, Go, Swift, Visual C #, Haskel, Dart, Scala and more.

6. LevelUp Tuts

This channel is about CSS styling and web building, frameworks like AngularJavaScript, CMS like WordPress or Magento. Scott Tolinski, the owner of this YouTube channel, has some tutorials on the Sketch app, which outlines some tips and tricks for using some of the features. Twice a week he will release a new video.

7. thenewboston

Thenewboston is a programming channel with nearly 2.3 million subscribers. The tutorials are very detailed and systematic, leading viewers from unknown to good at a language, always updated channel videos on a master to Python, C++, HTML5, Android, Nodejs and more.

8. Traversy Media

Brad Traversy’s passion for excellence really shows off in his videos. His no-fluff style is friendly and down-to-earth. He seems to understand exactly what self-taught programmers need to know. His channel features tutorials on a wide variety of web development frameworks and languages.

Traversy Media features the best online web development and programming tutorials for all of the latest web technologies including Node.js, Angular 2, React.js, PHP, Rails, HTML, CSS and much more.

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The channel Academind has some great content also.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSJbGtTlrDami-tDGPUV9-w

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