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6 free ways to learn how to code

As an Ed Tech specialist, I am constantly looking for information about coding. I feel that I am still at the beginner stage, however I have spent hours playing around and experimenting with different codes to create new things. The biggest advantage to coding in my occupation is to automate certain tasks via scripting. However, coding does not come naturally to me and I am constantly looking for help online.

This article offers places to go to get free tutorials and information about some of the more popular coding languages, including:

  • JavaScript (not Java)
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PHP
  • Python
  • SQL
  • and more

The great thing about learning to code in this day and age is the great wealth of information that is shared online. Online forums and YouTube tutorials are my constant go-to when I need help with coding. These resources are also great for students or anyone looking to learn some coding.


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