5 Awesome YouTube Channels For Developers & Coders

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Subscribe to these YouTube channels for developers and coders.

With more than 1 billion users and 300 hours of video uploaded every minute YouTube continues to dominate motion media. Apart from the cute cat videos and parents filming groggy tweens coming out of anesthesia there’s also lots of awesome learning channels that are geared to teach by showing you.

For developers and coders there’s a never-ending stream of YouTube channels to subscribe to. If you don’t have the time to sift and search have no fear! We’ve rounded up six YouTube channels for developers that you should subscribe to if you programming is your thang.

Code School

Since 2011, Code School has been publishing videos for new and seaons developers. They have nearly 40 courses available covering JavaScript, HTML/CSS, Rub and more.

PHPAcademy

Boasting more than a quarter of a million subscribers, UK-based PHPAcademy is an online learning destination for help with coding all things PHP.

O’Reilly Media

O’Reilly Media is well-known for it’s programming and development books, but what you may not be aware of is its YouTube channel. Videos are less about teaching code and more about understanding how to utilize existing tools such as Rhino, WordPress, AutoCAD and others.

Derek Banas

Derek Banas has the learning video format down pat. His active base of users regularly submits requests and ideas for what they’d like to learn about and Derek makes it happen. His videos are informative, clean and easy to follow.

ChiliTomatoNoodle

Don’t let the channel’s name fool you! ChiliTomatoNoodle is one of the best YouTube channels around for getting your C++ on.

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