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  1. 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.

    Long time android dev. I want to build my own iOS swiftUI... about 14 days ago

    Or I see codecademy.com has a swiftUI course.
  2. Interactive courses for developers by developers

    What's the best list to start with? about 5 days ago:

    If you're learning from scratch, I recommend courses on educative.io such as Data Structures for Coding Interviews in Python, or whatever your go to language is. There are also other courses on there you can browse ( I just recommended the one I was looking at, I didn't finish going through it though).
  3. Join 750,000+ students learning to code from world-class instructors, getting hired and succeeding at top companies like Apple, Google, Amazon, Tesla and Shopify.

    How to deploy the Face Recognition API for free with Render -... about about 2 months ago

    This would benefit people doing ZTM Academy's "Complete Web Developer in 2023: Zero to Mastery" course. If you are interested in this project and the course, then become a member of Zero To Mastery.
  4. Learn new skills in one month

    Advice for a nurse that wants to become a programmer about over 1 year ago:

    Free Code Camp is a fantastic resource, the ones you listed are great. Also recommend https://onemonth.com.
  5. Welcome to RealToughCandy.io, your home for no-nonsense software development. Learn web development freelancing, web app monetization and more.

    paid $24.99 / Monthly

  6. A better way to prep for tech interviews

  7. Build skills with courses, certificates, and degrees online from world-class universities and companies

    Could anyone please suggest to me some good "Writing Courses"?? about 12 days ago

    Yes. Go to Coursera I did many courses with them. I was issued with certificates for them all. Highly recommended.
  8. DataCamp is a massive open online course (MooC) platform that helps everyone from novices to experts hone their skills with data science.

    AI to improve revenue of liquor/wine retail stores about 2 months ago

    What steps do I need to take to build what they need? I have no experience in ML, AI, etc. I see there are services such as datacamp.com.
  9. 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.

    VMware vSphere begginer about 11 days ago

    Go to pluralsight.com if you can and get a membership. There are videos there that can help get you started.
  10. I'm here to help you become a really good web developer.

    Front End Web Development Podcasts about 5 months ago:

    Syntax is hosted by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski. Both are gifted teachers and have great tutorial based websites wesbos.com and leveluptutorials.com respectively. I usually catch up on these while running.
  11. Treehouse is an award-winning online platform that teaches people how to code.

    Best Websites For Coders about 13 days ago:

    Treehouse : The fast, easy, and affordable way to build your skills.