Want to learn web development but don’t know where to start?
We all know that the Internet these days provides tons of opportunities for self-starters to do just that; get started. Gone are the days where you are required to pay an exorbitant amount of money to learn the skills needed to succeed.
There are countless amazing developers who are generous with their knowledge posting tutorials online.
Nowhere is this more prominent than YouTube – the world’s second largest search engine.
In this collection, you’ll find the top 10 YouTubers who publish web development tutorials on their channels. Check out the list below to help you accelerate your dev & design game today.
In addition to web development tutorials, Scott Tolinski answers web development questions on his YouTube channel, Level Up Tuts. He has tutorial videos on numerous subjects, including how to make your first website, how to build a blog and Drupal 8 basics. Tolinski also posts videos about developer life, in which he gives advice for a variety of topics, including dealing with boring work and managing frustration in development.
Derek Banas claims that he will make tutorials on any topic imaginable. Banas has a number of “Learn in One Video” tutorials. Some of the topics that he asserts that you can learn in one video include Java, PHP, SASS and Ruby. His “How to Lay Out a Website” videos are worth checking out too.
Neilson operates a YouTube Channel called DevTips. He offers step-by-step web design and development videos and tutorials. His videos are interesting and engaging and he does a lot of other cool videos too, like one in which he gives a tour of Google’s offices in New York City and Boston. He also offers tips for students on how they can prepare for a career in web development.
Brad Hussey claims on his YouTube page that he teaches coding classes that “don’t suck”. His assertion is true. Hussey is entertaining and upbeat in his videos. He loves web development and design and his enthusiasm certainly shows in his videos. Hussey provides step-by-step tutorials for Bootstrap and jQuery among other topics.
Mackenzie Child, a web developer, has tutorials on lots of different topics on his channel, including coding and web design. You can learn how to launch apps on Ruby on Rails and more.
Wrapping it up
So, there you have it, the top 10 YouTubers who post web development tutorials. We hope this list gets you inspired and moving towards your goals. If you like this list, please share it. Also, don’t forget to add your two cents in the comments section below.
About the author:
Brandon Brown is a co-founder at Grin, the world’s first social creator marketplace. Prior to Grin Brandon led the #1 energy drink market in the world, Los Angeles & Orange County, for Red Bull North America.
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