With GitHub Learning Lab, you’ll learn through issues opened by a bot in a GitHub repository. After you finish tasks, the bot will comment on your work and even review your pull requests like a project collaborator would.
100 Days of Code is a challenge/community, where you publicly commit to code for 1 hour for the next 100 days (it is however more flexible than that). You also become a part of a large friendly dev community.
Two Main Rules:
- Code minimum an hour every day for the next 100 days.
- Tweet your progress every day with the #100DaysOfCode hashtag.
Enlight is an open-source collection of detailed tutorials for learning to code through building applications. Enlight 2.0 is a redesigned second iteration with new tutorials in Node.js, Python, Machine Learning, and more. Enlight also now includes a community page, where users can ask for code help and share their projects.
Educative is a marketplace of interactive courses for developers by developers.
Programming Guide is to get familiar with the programming languages you are planning to learn. Each guide shares the main topics to cover at different levels. It has a short background, its current job scenario & other complementing skills needed to get a job
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It serves free online programming courses in new tab of the browser everyday. You can get updates on free online courses related to programming languages, web development, front end development, mobile apps development, machine learning, database, data science
A radical new model of college designed for the 21st century
Higher ed is struggling to adapt to the modern economy.
Make School is launching a Bachelor in Applied Computer Science degree designed in tandem with industry to prepare students of all backgrounds for jobs at high growth startups.
The degree will take 2-3 years to complete and is the first where students pay tuition as a percent of earnings.
Microverse is a global school for software developers that accepts students regardless of where they're from and doesn't charge them anything until they get a job.
A free, 4-part video course with interactive code examples that guides you through making a website using HTML, JS, CSS and Node.js.
HackHub is a platform for organizers to host their Hackathon on.
Our features include: Data encryption, Fast judging system, QR code check in, project submission, slack integration, and many more.
Holberton School is a 2-year, campus-based program that preps you to launch your career through project-based learning. Here, you'll build your problem-solving skills by tackling real-world challenges alongside your peers. Holberton invests in its students. That's why you don't pay until you land a high-paying job — if you don't, it's free.
Arxiv Vanity renders academic papers from Arxiv as responsive web pages so you don’t have to squint at a PDF.
Potato Pirates is a strategic tabletop card game perfect for classrooms, family time, and game night with friends. It teaches anyone ages 6 and up, over 10 hours worth of programming concepts in 30 minutes, all without a computer. Children can learn fundamental computational thinking concepts through a fun, accessible, and interactive way.
Fun to Code is a game to teach kids how to code (improves problem solving skills of kids).
A neat web app from Hack Club that showcases all the upcoming high school hackathons around you 🚀
Sensei School makes easy to hack your way into a cybersecurity career through accessible education and job guarantee - all without debt, interest rates or the need to travel.