Here are some of the best resources to improve your coding skills

Here are some of the best resources to improve your coding skills

There are lots of high-quality coding tutorials, books, and overall resources on the web. I’ve gathered the very best for you and put them in a convenient list. Without further ado, let’s dive in!


Devhints has the biggest collection of cheat-sheets on the Internet. Big time saver and a great way to familiarize yourself with all the concepts.


Udemy is by far the most popular place to learn to code in my opinion. Dropping $10 to learn new skills which yield huge returns is a no-brainer.


Egghead has many courses by industry leaders. Definitely a top-notch bump that’ll take your coding skills to a new level. Courses are both free and paid.


Exercism has tons of exercises in most programming languages. Understanding how to approach and solve critical problems is a very valuable trait to have in programming.

freeCodeCamp is a tiny 501(c)(3) non-profit that’s helping millions of people learn to code for free. Their curriculum will prepare you to become a great coder. freeCodeCamp teaches both the necessary fundamentals and also makes you code real projects.

Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) Web Docs

If you are a complete beginner, web development can be challenging. The Mozilla Developer Network offers a hold-your-hand approach and provides enough detail for you to feel comfortable and learn the topics properly.

You should feel at home whether you are a student learning web development (on your own or as part of a class), a teacher looking for class materials, a hobbyist, or someone who just wants to understand more about how web technologies work.


Reactdom provides a platform allowing you to learn from the best programming tutorials & books.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy does what it states in its mission. To provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and offers various web development tutorials.

Eloquent JavaScript

This is a book about JavaScript, programming, and the wonders of the digital. You can read it online for free here.

If you have any questions, I’m actively answering questions on Twitter.

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