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r/learnprogramming • post
2860 points • saadmerie
Some high quality Udemy courses with 100% off coupons

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HTML5 and CSS3 Training 11 hours

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HTML Learn It From Scratch Course 8 hours

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r/learnprogramming • post
2 points • theplanesonthebus
Are Udemy Programming Online Courses a Good Start for Beginners?

I'm an eighth-grader who wants to try programming with no prior experience. I wouldn't count my two months of Harvard's CS50 courses as "prior experience" since I took the course on and off and only finished as far as Week 3's Lecture Video. Overall, I really liked CS50 but and as a beginner, it demotivated me as the course was too hard. Since I normally only go for free teaching websites, I never thought of using CodeAcademy or Udemy, etc. courses but I got some free coupons for Udemy courses. Are Udemy courses the right start for beginners like I am who tend to get demotivated and stressed easily? Should I give Udemy a try?

If so, here are the courses I got. Which of these would you recommend me to start with? Or do you recommend something else?

Python for Beginners: Introduction to Python

JavaScript Programming

HTML5 and CSS3 Training

HTML Learn It From Scratch Course

Node.js Certification Training (beginner to expert) 2020

Python, Flask Framework And Django Course For Beginner

Python For Data Analysis, Data Science & ML With Pandas


Also, what do you think about "100 Days of Code - The Complete Python Pro Bootcamp for 2021" by Dr. Angela Yu? Might it be worth the buy? I'm really into the concept of this course since it has a daily workload planned out. Are there any other great courses similar to this, preferably free ones?