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I've been using SoloLearn for nearly 2 years, every single day, and it's almost replaced facebook for me. I mean, it's an awesome place, with awesome people. Great place to learn the basics of coding, and practice writing codes, and have a great time.
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If you want to do that, then just use one from the year of the video. It would probably be easier to just follow newer content though. Try this: https://sololearn.com. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
I personally got started with sololearn.com and w3schools.com both of which are free. There is also the lectures from Harvard's CS50 course which are on youtube, free for you to watch. Dont get too discouraged from the fact that its from a college as it is about as easy to understand as a middle school/high school class https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcabW7890RKJzL968QWEykA. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
Easiest way I found to just get started without having to set up a development environment, install an IDE, work with Git, etc. Was sololearn.com - you can code directly in the browser and it was a great first taste of what coding in Python was like without having to spend time setting everything up or reading too much. I tried a few other online courses that kind of overwhelmed me with setting everything up... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
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