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Data science is possibly the most dynamic field today, constantly evolving and innovating, and programming languages are at the centre of this growth. Python and JavaScript have dominated the programming space for long, but today we also have C#, Kotlin, R, PHP, and more. While this offers great opportunities to developers and programmers, it also demands them to stay updated with the latest languages, coding skills and new frameworks. YouTube is one of the best resources to update and skill yourself regularly, and several channels today are doing an excellent job balancing traditional languages with modern introductions. Analytics India Magazine has listed out some of the best YouTube channels to follow to learn to program today.

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The Coding Train

The Coding Train, a fun and interactive channel, is run by a computer programmer, Daniel Shiffman. The channel has ‘creative’ coding tutorials on building games, utilising machine learning, simulation, JavaScript, frameworks, etc. With an Arts degree in Mathematics and a Philosophy master, Shiffman’s intersectional learnings can be seen in his tutorials on algorithmic art, generative poetry, making a Discord Bot or coding in the Cabana. His videos link back to The Coding Train’s website, which has additional challenges students can pursue after learning the basics on his YouTube.

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The Net Ninja

The Net Ninja is one of the best YouTube channels to learn more about web development and programming. It was founded in 2015 by Shaun Pelling, masters graduate from The University of Manchester and have over 50,000 students on Udemy. Pelling has over 1000 programming tutorials on Modern JavaScript, Node.js, React, Vue.js, Firebase, MongoDB, HTML & CSS, PHP & MySQL, Laravel, React Native and Flutter; ranging in level of expertise. Each topic is usually taught in a series comprising short videos ranging from introductory concepts to more advanced topics. Additionally, projects and practical examples make the lessons easy to understand.

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Derek Banas

Look at Derek Banas’ channel, and the person will be fascinated with the interactive video banners, video topics and interesting content. His videos are detailed lessons for easy learning of programming topics like PHP, Java and MySQL. He is most known for his Learn JavaScript in 30 Minutes playlist and practical resources such as developing softwares for Android, investing in data science, technical analysis and more. With over 700 videos, this channel has everything from traditional programming to modern machine learning and even gaming or investing.

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Programming with Mosh

Mosh Hamedani aims to train coders and software engineers to be the talent companies want to hire. Hamedani has over 2 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, hugely owing to his style of expert derived explanations mixed with personal anecdotes and insights. He has introductory courses on Python, React, Node, Typescript, frontend development, backend development, and more. Additionally, he trains individuals in cracking interview questions and talks about the market, developer’s wages, trending languages, etc., on the channel and his blog.

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Academind

Founded by Maximilian Schwarzmüller and Manuel Lorenz, Academind is the hub for students to start programming. Their videos cover programming languages, JavaScript frameworks, NodeJS, ReactJS, Angular, VueJS and more. The video explanations are in-depth with hours-long crash courses for beginners.

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Free Code Camp

Free Code Camp is a non-profit organisation to teach people how to code. With courses over YouTube, their website, online chat forums, and more, the organisation claims to have over 40,000 graduates working with big tech companies. Their videos are long-form, in-depth content about various programming languages with playlists for beginners and experts. Their videos ranging from three hours to a few minutes cover traditional and modern technologies like HTML, JavaScript, PHP, CSS, ML, data science and Python. Their YouTube channel is very popular with over 5 million students and several playlists.

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Traversy Media

Brad Traversy is a popularly known programming blogger with a degree in computer science, who, apart from YouTube, also makes tutorials on Udemy with over 300,000 students. His YouTube channel, Traversy Media, has close to two million subscribers and several playlists covering a breadth of topics. The channel covers programming technologies like HTML, CSS and JavaScript, frontend frameworks like React and Vue, and backend concepts such as Node.js, Python and PHP.

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TheNewBoston

One of the earliest YouTube channels, founded in 2008, The New Boston has over 4000 videos on everything computer. Their videos cover a range of topics from modern blockchain, docker and discord to SEO, Python, Node.js and Gulp.js. Bucky Roberts is an IT graduate and teaches the lessons easy to understand, making the channel a perfect resource for beginner programmers. With the channel’s tagline saying ‘never stop learning’, Roberts’ videos are surely a chosen resource to enable continuous learning in data science. Additionally, the longer tutorials are broken down into smaller videos in a playlist, allowing both starters and experts to understand the topics. 

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Kevin Powell

Kevin Powell’s bi-weekly videos consist of dos and don’ts and tips for better coding experiences with CSS. He has basic introductory videos, more advanced tutorials and interviews with experts to know more about the topics. Along with the basic understandings, his videos are majorly based on practical applications of CSS such as cloning designs or analysing strange behaviours on CSS. 

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DevTips

DevTips is a weekly show for web designers and coders with over 200 videos on CSS, HTML, Docker, Kubernetes, GitHub and more. Andrew Krause is the current owner of the channel that was initially created in 2013. Travis Neilson, Google interaction designer, and David Julius, measurement engineer, usually create these videos in an interactive way that makes learning fun. The channel also publishes interviews with experts and teachers. 

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Treehouse

Team Treehouse is an online learning platform catered towards beginners enthusiastic about building a career in coding. Their YouTube platform consists of hours-long expert lessons teaching the basics to the advance on several coding topics like Python, C#, JavaScript, CSS and more. In addition, the channel consists of interviews and conversations with industry experts and practical coding like building a home automation app. Their segment, the Treehouse Show, is a roundup of the latest news and interview tips in web development.

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