Arthur West IVTechnology Enthusiast, Active Learner.

What is best bootcamp/course/tool for learning to code?

For absolute beginners w/out any experience, what does the PH community recommend?
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  1. Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    Just going to leave a few suggestions here that seem to be quite popular today (2018)
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    Bloc

    Online coding bootcamp - full stack, iOS, Android courses

    Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    Just going to leave a few suggestions here that seem to be quite popular today (2018)
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  3. Thomas DIDIER6Marketing, Forest Admin 🌲 · Written
    Free. Easy to start even with zero knowledge of web development.
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    ^^^ Best one I've tried so far. And completely free.
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    FerminRP3Growth Hacker at #Lookea · Written
    Best alternative out there, completely free and great community behind it.
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    Quick Code

    Curated list of free online programming courses

    keyul3Maker of Quick Code & Bot Stash · Written
    keyul made this product
    It's never hurt to start with free courses.
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  5. Nash WhaleyProduct manager at WorkonFlow · Written
    Code Academy is a great resource. For absolute beginners though, I'd recommend starting with Harvard CS50 which you can find on edX. It's not a programming class per se, but it teaches algorithmic thinking and introduces key concepts while providing a background in several languages.
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  6. Thomas DIDIER6Marketing, Forest Admin 🌲 · Written
    Le Wagon is a 9 weeks full-stack bootcamp based out of 27 cities in 19 countries. I've the chance to work with 3 persons who did the training at Forest (www.forestadmin.com) and they all enjoyed it so much. I can introduce you to them @arthur_west_iv if you want more inside details.
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  7. Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    Just going to leave a few suggestions here that seem to be quite popular today (2018)
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    rreerer ù
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  8. Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    Just going to leave a few suggestions here that seem to be quite popular today (2018)
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  9. John Ababseh10Epiphany Enthusiast · Written
    John Ababseh made this product
    Checkout Buildschool it's a free in-person program that is 4 months long that includes lecture, algorithms, and learning by building out launched products!
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  10. Online Check WriterCheck Printing Software · Written
    Bootcamp
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  11. Chase GregoryHead of Marketing · Written
    Free "Intro to Vue" course and a couple of free Advanced lessons too. You get a new lesson every week and 25% of your subscription goes to supporting the Vuejs.org project. The best tutorials by far, definitely check out all they offer.
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  12. Uniquely teaches not just syntax but the thought processes behind development.
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  13. I am a graduate from this bootcamp. I tried codecademy and Bloc and for me HR was the most transformative.
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  14. 🇺🇸 James BrownGrowth Hacker at NearPlace.com · Written
    Best courses in the web for basic, and mid-level coding. In company when I work, the junior and intern developer must be done all courses Treehouse :)
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