Naomi See pointed out the other day that her, currently, favorite free learning resources were FreeCodeCamp.com and Lynda.com via the Omaha Public Library.

A January 11, 2015 Omaha World-Herald article says:

Lynda.com, the popular online training library, is now available for Omaha Public Library patrons.

To log in, go to omahalibrary.org. On the homepage, there’s a link to Lynda.com. Enter your library card number and pin, and you’ll have access to more than 2,000 instructional videos in everything from photography to software development to 3-D rendering.

Subscriptions for Lynda.com normally start at $25 per month.

Wow! This is wonderful!

I too am a big fan of both FreeCodeCamp.com and Lynda.com.
The Computer Science and Software Engineering Theory with Briana are fantastic! I like that they are small and well labeled. They can be watched in order or you can just jump to what you want to learn.

Other free learning resources I’ve seen include:

I’m mostly interested in software development.

How to teach yourself code is a 17 minute interview that contains some wonderful advice. I have put my notes from this video in a post about teach yourself code.

Web applications

  1. CodingBat
  2. CodeWars horrible name, nice website.
  3. CodinGame.com much better name!

Blogs and videos

  1. Level Up Lunch
  2. Java Web Weekly Review from Baeldung

Software to download

  1. exercism.io