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Sites to get experience with the code?

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  1. hootsparta

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    Here i would like to share some reputed sites to learn code


    1. Learn Street-Javascript, Python, Ruby
    2. Code School- Several
    3. learnpython.org-Python
    4. Codecademy-Hackers
    5. W3Schools-HTML | CSS | JAVASCRIPT | JQUERY | XML | ASP.NET| PHP |SQL
    6. StackOverFlow-several
    7. Code Avengers-HTML | CSS | JAVASCRIPT | JQUERY | XML | ASP.NET| PHP |SQL
    8. programr.com-several
    9. CODEPLAYER - Html5, CSS, javascript
    10. Mozilla Web developer Forum-Html, CSS, javascript
    11. HTML5 ROCKS- HTML5
    12. GENERAL ASSEMBLY-Assembly languages
    13. Google Developers Courses- Android
    14. Code Racer- HTML, CSS, iOS
    15. Google Code University- several
    16. PHP Academy-PHP
    17. P2PU-P2PU
    18. Dreamincode-C++, Java, VB, VB.net, C#, PHP
    19. Teamtreehouse-Html/Css, iOS, Android, Wordpress
    20. Codingbat-Java, python


    NOTE:
    These sites will assist you to be an expert only if you utilize properly.
    Start coding from the basics by yourself even that are wrong, later on you can correct those mistakes.
    only thing is you need to implement the concept by coding.


    Hope the above information will be useful!!!!
     
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  2. JordanS

    JordanS Junior Member

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    Great list. I would add tutsplus

    I've used them for all of their web related stuff. jQuery, Rails, Ember.js, etc
     
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    I second CodeAcademy, Stackoverflow, Programr, and W3Schools. These are great resources.

    When one gets more comfortable with code then he or she should check out various documentations such as the PHP documentation or the C# documentation on MSDN.
     
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  5. hootsparta

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    Probably w3schools.com will be better to do the code yourself (Try youself).
     
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    When did codecademy became for hackers!?
     
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