Learning computer programming languages is getting easier everyday as the field is also getting more lucrative. You can now learn how to start coding, develop programs to accomplish tasks in a better way in the comfort of your home.

There are more than 200 programming languages and and I’ve researched the biggest active websites to learn the most used and popular coding languages from scratch as a beginner or continue with advanced learning as a professional.

These are the interactive programming learning websites

Udemy Courses

Coursera

Codewars

spoj.pl

w3 Fools

The New Boston

Team Tree House

Ruby Monk

Android development training

Oct.MIT.edu

Code Conquest

edx

SitePoint

A list Apart

Code Avengers

HTML 5 Rocks

Learn Python the hard way

Mozilla Developer

The Code Developer

Talent Buddy

After Hours Programming

SQL zoo

Lynda

Lesrneroo

Programmr

Solo Learn

CSS Tricks

Bento

General assembly

Free Code Camp

David Walsh

Tuts plus

HTML dog

Got immersion

Learn code the hard way

Conquering the Command line

Rails Tutorial

Rails for Zombies

The code player

scotch.io

Command line power user

School programming

Try clj

CSS 3 learning

4clojure.com

Team tree house

Dabblet

W3Schools

Tinker Bin

Code to Win

Try Fsharp

Try bloc

Code Academy

Golang

Try Haskell

js fiddle

Ocamlpro

Caltech

learn.appendto.com

Ideone

Learn Python

wibit.net

Google coding site

Repl.it

Code Pad

Coding School

The Odin Project

Coding bat

Sqlzoo

Ruby Monk

Try Ruby

Hackety hack

Python Anywhere

Try Python

Python Schools

WordPress

Node school

Eloquent JavaScript

Github

JavaScript

Marksheet

JavaScript for cats

Learn JavaScript

Learn Ruby the hard way

Learn Python the Hard way

Swaroopch

WordPress Beginning

 

 

 

 

87+ Interactive Programming Learning Websites to Start from Scratch or as A Pro

3 thoughts on “87+ Interactive Programming Learning Websites to Start from Scratch or as A Pro

  • October 7, 2017 at 3:43 pm
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    I’ve always found coding really neat. A lot of people don’t like it but once you master it it’s like learning another language.

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  • October 7, 2017 at 5:53 pm
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    This is very informative and resourceful for the programmers out there. I want to learn Python, can you suggest a guide for me.

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  • October 9, 2017 at 8:39 am
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    This is a very comprehensive post that every beginner in the programming world like me would like to bookmark. Thank you for sharing. I will pin it.

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