20 online courses you should definitely try out
So, I stumbled this thread in Twitter from Teachable founder Ankur Nagpal. He asked his audience what are the best Online Courses.
What is the best online course you have ever taken?
— Ankur Nagpal 🔥🔥 (@ankurnagpal) April 9, 2020
And here are some suggestions.
1. CS193P to learn iOS programming
CS193P to learn iOS programming. Free from Stanford: https://t.co/ksmSTgOZQP
— Sahil Lavingia (@shl) April 9, 2020
2. Hacking Lifecycle Emails
Hacking Lifecycle Emails from @patio11. The steps I followed in that course directly contributed to at least $200k in passive income for my last product.
— John Omar (@johnomarkid) April 9, 2020
3. Stanford CS184 Startup Engineering on Coursera
Stanford CS184 Startup Engineering on Coursera in 2013 with @balajis (before he was cool!)
Took it my first month at Airbnb after work. Pushed 100+ very crappy PRs into the Airbnb codebase between 2013-2017.
It was a free online course worth ~50x my University degree.
— Tommy Griffith (@TommyGriffith) April 9, 2020
4. Public Narrative: Leadership, Storytelling, and Action
People cried, laughed, reflected and grew together week after week. The learning was incredible.
— Aditi Parekh (@aditipar) April 9, 2020
5. Effortless Output with Roam
Effortless Output with Roam by @nateliason at https://t.co/gGtOZi3Bwn
It has reduced 90% friction for picking up @roamresearch, which is a note-taking tool for networked thought. No more sleepless nights from feeling frustrated about losing ideas and resources.
— Gabriel Chuan 🧠⚡ (@gabrielchuan) April 9, 2020
6. Learning how to learn
Learning how to learn: https://t.co/j2yIEzf3fo
— Shashank Kumar Shankar (@sshank_) April 9, 2020
7. WesBos courses
- Fullstack Advanced React and GraphQL
- ES6 for Everyone
- React For Beginners
- CSS Grid
- Learn Node
- Sublime Text Power User
— andrii (@andriigrh) April 9, 2020
I’m also using Treehouse – it’s $25 per month. You can learn popular frontend and backend technologies. They also offer TechDegrees.
There is a lot of praise for FCC recently – it’s one of the best platforms to learn to code at home! And it’s free!
https://t.co/EDMEJ73fvU Reason: It helps me establish learning habit.
— Tori Zhao (@torizhao) April 9, 2020
10. The Web Developer Bootcamp by Colt Steele
The Web Developer Bootcamp by Colt Steele.https://t.co/hXdeE2ekaI
In-depth, great exercises, and amazing for beginners.
— Keshav Sharma (@IamKeshavSharma) April 9, 2020
11. Makerpad Bootcamp
Makerpad.co is a leading no-code platform.
@makerpad Bootcamp w/ @bentossell @tomosman @AmieDelisa because I built multiple #nocode products within one week and now have confidence to build most anything.
— brothitable 🍲 (@brothitable) April 9, 2020
12. Machine Learning for Trading
The Django tutorial series by thenewboston and Georgia Tech’s ML for Trading course. Learned way more than expected~https://t.co/R14FC1L0jp
— Srini Sekaran (@srinisekaran) April 10, 2020
13. Webflow tutorials
@webflow‘s tuturials are some of the best *free online
— Avery D’Alessandro 🥞 (@819studio) April 9, 2020
14. The Ruby on Rails Tutorial by Michael Hartl
The Ruby on Rails Tutorial by Michael Hartl @mhartl https://t.co/rYNs4poudR
— David Casarez (@DavidCasarez17) April 9, 2020
15. Resume workshop by Sherjan Husainie
Honestly, @SherjanHusainie resume workshop. Made a huge difference for me in more ways than I expected!
— Paulo Rabelo S.F (@prsancho) April 9, 2020
16. Blogging for business by Tim Soulo
Really recently I did the blogging for business course by @timsoulo at @ahrefs. It was almost embarrassing how much I learned despite being in the Industry for a decade. Extremely actionable and high signal to noise, no fluff.
— Michael Taylor (@2michaeltaylor) April 9, 2020
https://t.co/EJLNEWhnBO hands down
— @joshgonsalves_ (@joshgonsalves_) April 10, 2020
18. The Paid Pitch by Jenell Stewart
The Paid Pitch by @JenellBStewart https://t.co/8PVV2Cc1Kw
— Quills (@MsChurchDress) April 9, 2020
19. Reforge by Brian Balfour
Reforge by @bbalfour
— Francisco H. de Mello (@franciscohmello) April 9, 2020
20. Gilbert Strang’s course on linear algebra
Gilbert Strang’s course on linear algebra (refresher for me but still the gold standard IMO) https://t.co/6JoY4c0Owh
— Matthew Lynley (@mattlynley) April 9, 2020
If it’s not enough, here are more cool online courses. 👇
It is a combination or courses, permit me list.@jslvtr python & API with Flask@maxedapps Vue@LondonAppDev TDD with Django REST API@CoreyMSchafer Django@adamwathan Advance Vue@thenetninjauk Vue, React, Firebase, PHP@traversymedia CSS, SCSS, Bootstrap
— Mahmoud Tokura (@MahmoudTokura) April 10, 2020