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64 Online Resources to Learn to Code for Free via Business Insider

My goal in life is ABL — Always Be Learning. Here are 64 sites to help you get coding today. Add some more skins to your career toolkit. — Douglas 

If you’re brand new to the world of web design and web development, it makes sense to get started learning to code by utilizing all the free resources available online. This way, you can discover what you like (and more importantly don’t) before financially investing in a certain set of courses.

However, there are so many free resources, classes, and books to pick from! It’s easy to become overwhelmed. (Ever hear of too much of a good thing?!)
To make things easier, I compiled a list of 64 FREE web design and development resources. The list is based on a previous article I wrote for Learn To Code with Me. However, it has since been updated and expanded to include more resources. It is a compilation of courses, written tutorials, blogs, YouTube channels, ebooks, online communities, and even in-person workshops
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