The videos in Best YouTube Programming Channels aim at both the beginners and successful professional programmers. While beginners will find tons of textbooks and a good variety of video tutorials on programming languages, web design, web and mobile application development here, more experienced programmers will find very interesting discussions on most complicated problems in the world of programming and most advanced modern approaches to their solving.
Here you will find a variety of videos aimed at new programmers. The tutorials here range from an Android tutorial for beginners to Java, Python and C++ tutorials. Among the resources is a C programming tutorial that is considered the most comprehensive course in that language that you will find anywhere. The channel is owned by Yogesh Patel. The sheer number of videos (over 1,000) that are geared towards beginners makes this one of the first channels that anyone who wants to get into coding should bookmark.
Treehouse is an online school that teaches technology. Treehouse has courses on hundreds of topics including how to build a website, how to build a web app, how to build a mobile app, and how to start a business.
I make tutorials based on your requests. I will cover any topic you can imagine. I upload new programming videos on Saturday and Wednesday morning. I Live Stream at 8 PM EST on Monday and at 7 PM EST on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Tons of sweet computer-related tutorials and some other awesome videos too!
Kud Venkat's video tutorials should among your main resources if you want to learn Microsoft.NET technologies. The lessons cover topics like ASP.NET along with C# and SQL Server. Kudvenkat has 13 years experience with Microsoft.NET technologies and is currently working as a software architect. This channel’s there are more than 1,000 videos available. The tutorials are detailed and complete.
DevTips - weekly videos on the subject of web design and development. Everything you see and hear is the opinions and preferences of the individual who said them, and no one else's. Travis is employed by Google, but that has nothing to do with this channel. He and this channel do not represent Google. At all. Not even a little.
The primary focus of Chris Coyier’s content has been CSS and HTML and both of those topics are covered in significant detail. Other topics like PHP and Sass have been covered as well both in YouTube videos as well as on the CSS-Tricks.com website. On YouTube, CSS-Tricks has more than 23,000 subscribers and there are 220 videos available.
Highly innovative, passionate and successful senior UI/UX designer with high proficiencies in Visual UI Design, User Experience, Usability, Interaction Design, Information Architecture, Research & Analytics, XHTML/CSS and Strategy & Planning. Recognized as a talented creative leader with a unique skill-set that spans various disciplines from design to front-end development. Phenomenal track record of designing and developing websites with extraordinary life spans. Seventeen-year background in understanding and developing leading brands into commercial successes in an entrepreneurial hi-tech environment.
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The purpose of this channel is to teach various C++ programming topics in a short video format. You are welcomed to provide feedback so I can constantly improve the videos.