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sophia333:

What are some good websites to learn coding? (preferably free, and for a younger audience such as older adolescents)

Angle:

I've been meaning to more coding on my own, so I have a few websites lined up that I think will be useful. App Academy Open is completely free The Odin Project is free and fantastic for front-end web development (HTML, CSS) Reddit is also a good resource to find helpful websites. I think the subreddit called: LearnProgramming will be useful to you https://www.reddit.com/r/learnprogramming/comments/8qeva0/best_site_to_learn_to_code/

sophia333:

Thank you! I will check them out!

Angle:

Oh and I forgot an important one: https://www.w3schools.com/ this one is fantastic in terms of having everything explained at the dummy level

sophia333:

Okay :)

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