Programming with mosh teaches full stack web development. Such as c# for backend programming, but also a lot of different frontend languages to delve into. Programming with mosh has amassed a lot of followers and is a firm believer in the self taught road. "All you need is passion and determination, not a degree" - Programming with mosh
Edureka is a live and interactive e-learning platform with the mission of making learning accessible to everyone. A big team behind the channel curates content on trending topics in the areas of Big Data &amp; Hadoop, DevOps, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Angular, Data Science, Apache Spark, Python, Selenium, Tableau, Android, PMP certification, AWS Architect, Digital Marketing and many more.
At Bring Your Own Laptop they aim to providing high quality information tutorials for software such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe XD, Adobe Illustrator and more. They also run public class room course at their training centers in Auckland, Wellington & Sydney. We specialize in Photoshop courses, InDesign training , Web Design courses, Illustrator training as well as Photography courses.
At Web Dev Simplified they have burning passion for programming and to teach and inspire new web developers. The channel is all about teaching web development skills and techniques in an efficient and practical manner. In their arsenal they got courses on json, react, css, and tips on how to keep your code clean and readable.
CodeChef is a global programming community that fosters learning and friendly competition with a large community of problem curators. It is built on top of the world’s largest competitive programming platform. They also host three featured contests every month where the winners will be awarded with prizes and goodies.
Sphere Online Judge is an online judge system with over 315,000 registered users and over 20,000 problems. The solution to problems can be submitted in over 40 languages and advanced users can organize contests under their own rules and also includes a forum where programmers can discuss how to solve a particular problem.