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Programming is the process of taking an algorithm and encoding it into a notation, a programming language, so that it can be executed by a computer. Although many programming languages and many different types of computers exist, the important first step is the need to have the solution. Without an algorithm there can be no program.

Learning programming may seem to be difficult if you don't get it right with the right tutor. Some erroneously believe they can only learn programming in higher institutions of learning or getting a private tutor but I can assure you that, you can learn programming online on your own and there are hundreds of people who've had success learning different programming languages online

To find the websites to learn computer programming, this is the biggest list of the compilation of all active websites where you can learn programming online on your own.

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Udemy Courses

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Learn interactive programming

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Coursera

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Codewars

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Programming for beginners

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spoj.pl

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w3 Fools

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Popular programming learning

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The New Boston

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Best programming language to learn fast

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Team Tree House

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Learn Programming Courses free

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Ruby Monk

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Android development training

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App programming

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OCW.MIT.edu

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Programming for ethical hacking

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Code Conquest

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edx

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Programming games

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SitePoint

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A list Apart

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Programming Boss

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Code Avengers

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HTML 5 Rocks

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Quick programming learning

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Learn Python the hard way
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Mozilla Developer

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The Code Developer

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Talent Buddy

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After Hours Programming

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SQL zoo

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Lynda

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Learneroo

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Programmr

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Solo Learn

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CSS Tricks

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Bento

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General assembly

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Free Code Camp

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David Walsh

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Tuts plus

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HTML dog

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Got immersion

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Learn code the hard way

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Conquering the Command line

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Rails Tutorial

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Rails for Zombies

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The code player

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scotch.io

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Command line power user

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School programming

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Try clj

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CSS 3 learning

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4clojure.com

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Team tree house

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Dabblet

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W3Schools

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Tinker Bin

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Code to Win

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Try Fsharp

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Try bloc

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Code Academy

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Golang

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Try Haskell

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js fiddle

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Ocamlpro

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Caltech

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learn.appendto.com

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Ideone

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Learn Python

wibit.net

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Google coding site

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Repl.it

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Code Pad

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Coding School

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The Odin Project

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Coding bat

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Sqlzoo

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Ruby Monk

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Try Ruby

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Hackety hack

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Python Anywhere

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Try Python

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Python Schools

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WordPress

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Node school

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Eloquent JavaScript

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Github

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JavaScript

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Marksheet

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JavaScript for cats

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Programming Academy

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Learn JavaScript

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Programming code compiler


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Learn Ruby the hard way

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Programming Lord

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Learn Python the Hard way


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Learn programming online

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Swaroopch

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Welcome to the Ranch

How did you choose those sites; I don't know some of them?
 
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Out of 102 links in that post, 15 of them are to the same tech pally site, which as it happens looks to be the least quality out of all of them.

Other than that, it's a pretty useful list to have around.
 
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Tim Cooke wrote:Out of 102 links in that post, 15 of them are to the same tech pally site, which as it happens looks to be the least quality out of all of them.

Other than that, it's a pretty useful list to have around.

The techpally site is not a programming learning site but contain some resources. It's good you find the list helpful.
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch

How did you choose those sites; I don't know some of them?
Through friend who's a full time programmer.
 
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I also notice that you've cross posted over here too -> http://www.javaprogrammingforums.com/threads/40336-99-sites-coders-learn-computer-programming-online.html.

While we don't mind if you cross post, we do ask that you say so and provide links to the cross posts.
 
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