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Learn how to code by cloning real life startups

Igor Bonatto- ceo, THT
They teach programming languages by cloning a few websites / apps, such as Uber Eats and even a basic version of Product Hunt.
Danny Feinberg- Growth @ Tradecraft, Previously @Kamcord
This isn't going to be the best site for just learning a language, but when it comes to putting it into practice to actually create something real, it's awesome! It contains in-depth projects for cloning real startups so you can get practice implementing all kinds of features from authentication, to transactional email, to voting systems. Leo, the founder,… See more
Leo Trieu- Founder,
The RoR one will be released next month. It will not be a completed one but a series in form of 1 Task (2,3 videos)/week. I am absolutely taking any suggestions from you all? Just shoot me an email or tweet me at @leotrieu. I will create a function to enable students to submit their idea.
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Learn to code at your convenience

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- Moderator at Product Hunt
Gain an understanding of how to read, write and speak the language of HTML, CSS, Python, Ruby, Javascript on your phone through interactive mini-quizzes.
chirag- Cofounder, Lrn
@ericfriedman Thanks for posting. One big reason we went with mobile is the ease of getting into a daily routine. Learning to code (or anything that matter) is reliant on daily repetition and we wanted to make that easier for people.
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Learn how to code by building real web apps

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Codeplace is focused specifically on teaching people how to build tangible, real-world products such as two-sided marketplaces (e.g. Airbnb) or a dating app (e.g. Tinder).
Aaron King- Founder
This is a great place to learn the full context of ruby on rails and know how it all comes together. I coupled this with Launch School and some other Ruby courses when I wanted to get creative.
Elayan Hamamrah- Aspiring Web Developer
A great source to learn ruby on rails by building applications.
Tiago Martins- Ruby on Rails Engineer
Hi everyone! Codeplace's objective is to make you ready for your next web development job. Our belief is that the more you practice building real web applications, the more comfortable you will feel as a developer. That's why our library mainly consists of code projects such as a Project Management Tool, 2 Sided Marketplace, Social Network, Automated Social … See more
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SoloLearn is a place to learn, create, and share programming content with peers around the globe.

Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Because you mentioned tutorials - SoloLearn. A self-learning tool with good use of gamification keeps one engaged. Available on Web/Android/iOS.
Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Mobile self-learning tools. Bit-sized lessons and fun practice Interactive sessions to step-by-step teaching the fundamentals of coding.
Ayush Mittal- bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌
Mobile self-learning tools. Bit-sized lessons and fun practice Interactive sessions to step-by-step teaching the fundamentals of coding - They got a PHP tutorial.
Davit Kocharyan- CEO, SoloLearn Inc.
We have just released a new Android app unifying all SoloLearn experience. With 300K learners subscribed for early access, this new all-in-one app has been the most desired update within our growing community. Everything our learners love is now even better and in one convenient place. Stay up-to-date by following your peers; code and share your creations;… See more
There are of course plenty of ways to learn to code online these days. But recently there's been a trend to allow would-be developers to learn it on the go. We've already covered the efforts of Enki to create a 'snackable' mobile learning app for developers.
Facebook has announced its "FbStart Apps of the Year", which is an event which recognizes the most successful apps from the global FbStart program. This year's Grand Prize winner is SoloLearn ( iOS/ Android] which is a free mobile-first app for anyone who wants to learn how to code.
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How to find the best programming courses?

Succhi SinghUI/UX gal - Product Hunt for Online Programming Courses & Tutorials
"Totally agree with you, @succhi that currently finding a good tutorial is a very messy affair and that's the precise reason we created http… See more
Codecademy App - Learn to code on your iPhone
"CodeAcademy is a great place to learn how to code. Best part is that it's free!"

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Caitlin BolnickFounding Team, VENTUREAPP
Codecademy App - Learn to code on your iPhone
"I haven't actually used the app, but I'm a huge fan of Codeacademy! Definitely worth checking out."
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