We’re living in the golden age of programming. Not only is there a healthy number of in-demand computer programming jobs, but there is now an abundance of free online courses. These days, you can become a master coder without picking up a traditional computer science degree.Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science
Where are all of these excellent learning resources, you ask? Great question. Keep reading and we’ll show you.
But before you do, we recommend reading these tips on learning how to program without stress and these tips for mastering a new programming language. Or are you worried that it’s “too late” for you? Nonsense. No one is too old to start programming. Even if you aren’t a newbie, you can still benefit: picking up a new programming language can be a great way to overcome programmer’s block!Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science Computer Science
MIT OpenCourseWare is simply incredible. Many years ago, when I was struggling through a Linear Algebra course in college, MIT OCW came to my rescue. Complete courses are available online for free, and you can go through them at your own pace.
That Linear Algebra course (no longer available, sadly) is a strong contender for The Best College Course I’ve Ever Taken. It was all video lectures, but the professor knew his stuff and he presented the material in an easy-to-digest manner. It truly validated MIT’s reputation as an educational institute.
So I’m confident that you’ll love MIT OCW’s Programming courses. The introductory ones are split into General Introductions, Language-Specific Courses, and Follow-Up Courses. But these aren’t exhaustive. For a full listing, browse the Computer Science section.