Free Online Programming Courses
- Tutorials for all beginners, and advanced programs for more experienced students
- Testing playgrounds, to get hands-on experience of what you’ve learned
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- For those willing to dive right in, there are web coding tutorials which can teach you the basics, simply and efficiently
- Playgrounds to test what you’ve learned, giving you hands-on experience
- Quite unfriendly web page– a list of things to learn, without introduction or guide on the main site.
- Very daunting for beginners to web coding- no introduction, no easy guide, just a list of things to learn
- A number of reviews list inaccuracies and errors on the site, so be aware when working
- Content is sometimes out of date, or out of use
- Offers a certificate for course completion, for those looking for CV material
- W3Fools, a website built to list the inaccuracies of W3Schools, lists a number of sites which might prove more useful for those looking to learn, including HTML Dog, Opera Web Standards Curriculum and SitePoint.
For those looking to start out learning web coding, W3Schools can be a pretty daunting process. It takes time and patience, and a little bit of understanding already, to work through the courses and acquire new skills. On top of that, the mistakes and errors that can be found in the site mean that those looking for a real challenge should look in other places, making W3Schools a site perfect for those with some knowledge of coding, but not much else.
Go back to Free Online Courses category to find more websites and organisations offering free courses in London.