which online course website do you choose for learning programming?
Well, it differs. For specific problems it's always stackoverflow or YouTube. For Android and Java courses I'm following their introduction courses on Udacity. I also have taken PHP courses in CodeAcademy. And there was this interesting course which I joined but never followed through in HarvardX. The course was called Introduction to Programming and the instructor was David Malan.
Algorithms, Part I at coursera is pretty hardcore but it's very nice.
You should have some knowledge of basic algorithms before diving into programming, or else you won't produce quality coding.
I have found udemy.com to bery useful.
I have taken part in some courses of Coursera.org.
Also edx.org offers free courses and I have completed some courses over there.
German language -> https://selfhtml.org/
This is what I have been waiting for.
Coursera, udemy, Udacity and lynda.com
Coursera is closer to academia and has decent theory courses with comparable content to the ones actually being offered at high ranked universities.
the other ones are more practical and job oriented.
all of them are good, you will just need to know what you are looking to get out of the course.
Hi, you can learn programming from edx.org and coursera.org. I have finished basic Python in coursera.org and it helps me a lot.
I have used Sololearn (http://www.sololearn.com/).
The cool thing about it is the fact of being an app. Each course is structured as small snippets of information. You read the concepts in a very short format and them you have to answer right a few questions to advance to the next concept.
Concepts are them grouped in modules and some 10 or 11 modules make a course.
Probably better if you already have a small foundation but a very good tool to complement a more in depth course. Sololearn will allow you to review the core concepts on the go.
Hope this helps!!
In addition to the sites proposed I followed a course of LISP on MIT OpenCourseWare: ocw.mit.edu