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  1. Online Courses - Learn Anything, On Your Schedule

    Sick of being an automotive tech after 30 years. What else... about 6 days ago

    Start by doing some study in Windows or Linux. Try udemy.com or some other training site.
  2. Online training through LinkedIn's professional network.

  3. This is a video training app for businesses and individuals who need to offer details to others who might not be able to be at the same location.

    What are some "skills" that could be learned at home, without... about 8 days ago

    No. But a lot of library cards have linkedinlearning (previously lynda.com) as a benefit that they pay for which you then get for free.
  4. Build an App. This is the spot to learn how to build apps. You'll learn the language, tools, and necessary concepts to get your app out the door. Get Started · Feature business ..

    First month in DevOps about 17 days ago:

    Week 2 has gotten me started in the world of Python. I had had a little bit of experience with Python before and had completed a DevOps course that Sparta had provided me with over on Treehouse. But I can confidently say that actually, Python ain't that bad. I've had a great time with it all things considered.
  5. Build skills with courses, certificates, and degrees online from world-class universities and companies

    Can you suggest new hobbies? Kinda bored and don't know what... about 6 days ago:

    I find that learning computer skills is very immersive, and just alot to do. There is just so much to learn. You mentioned that you lost motivation for game development, which I am assuming is likely because you were not sure how to continue. If you want to continue with programming, I suggest taking a course on something. Sites like coursera.org or udacity.com have some free courses. (Not just computer skills,...
  6. Pluralsight is a learning management system (LMS) that helps aspiring tech professionals learn the basics of the trade and lets established professionals expand their skill sets.

    serious question about about 2 months ago:

    I did the free courses on codecademy.com, then I was somewhat lucky to have access to lynda.com and then later access to pluralsight.com . There is a lot on Youtube so I guess you could find videos there instead of Lynda and Pluralsight that cost money, if you are not lucky enough that your school or work has a subscription that you can use for free.
  7. Join Udacity to learn the latest in Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Web Development & more, with Nanodegree programs & free online courses.

    Can you suggest new hobbies? Kinda bored and don't know what... about 6 days ago:

    I find that learning computer skills is very immersive, and just alot to do. There is just so much to learn. You mentioned that you lost motivation for game development, which I am assuming is likely because you were not sure how to continue. If you want to continue with programming, I suggest taking a course on something. Sites like coursera.org or udacity.com have some free courses. (Not just computer skills,...
  8. Skillshare is a learning platform with online classes taught by the world's best practitioners.

  9. Best Courses. Top Institutions. Learn anytime, anywhere.

    Please don't make me go to bible camp again about 4 days ago

    Yup. I did the same thing. Maybe you'll appreciate edx.org I got a scholarship from them to do HarvardX courses (HarvardX is Harvard University online extension program, yes it is accredited) The other courses have different universities. It isn't hard to get a scholarship. I'm doing Data Analysis for Life Science, I already have a B.S. In Biology. I'm learning R and hope to work from home.
  10. Khan Academy offers online tools to help students learn about a variety of important school subjects. Tools include videos, practice exercises, and materials for instructors. Read more about Khan Academy.

    Taking Algebra 1 at my community college this fall. How to... about 15 days ago

    Plenty of free resources, support groups, and even tutoring online. Khan Academy comes as a very popular one among students for math and science, having detailed videos and plentiful problem sets. There's a few Facebook and Subreddits that offer help for individual questions or concepts. And for tutoring, I'm biased but I wholeheartedly endorse https://schoolhouse.world/.
  11. Learn the technical skills you need for the job you want. As leaders in online education and learning to code, we’ve taught over 45 million people using a tested curriculum and an interactive learning environment.

    Advice for my unmotivated boyfriend about 3 days ago

    Does he have any hobbies that he engages in like drawing, painting, coding, etc? If he does see if he would be interested in creating designs for merch products or creating artwork for story books. If he has an interesting in coding or wants to learn more, he can explore codecademy.com for lessons on different coding languages.