The websites we would use to learn how to code websites, apps etc

The websites we would use to learn how to code websites, apps etc
Many people (including us) have suggested that learning how to code will give you a great stepping stone for the future, here are a few sites to try/bookmark:
 
► Treehouse
Superb user experience although it is a paid product but free trial is available – from the very basics to more advanced than Codeacademy.
 
► Codeacademy
Completely free, starts at the very basics and is the most popular service but the catalogue of content & variety doesn’t compete with Treehouse.
► Udacity
Not for everyone but a large wealth of opportunity with this one, try this after Codeacadmy & Treehouse
 
► CodeSchool
Completed Treehouse, Codeacademy & Udacity? Then try CodeSchool
 
► Code Avengers
Another site to try, with more focus on repetition within the projects you will leave with some great programming habits

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