Top 5 YouTube channels for Data Scientist and Machine Learning Enthusiasts

1. Joma Tech

Joma Tech is a YouTube by Joma who is a professional engineer where he shares the experience of his career from data science to software engineering. He established his channel in 2016 and within 5 years he has grown to almost 1 million subs with views of 56 million views. Previously he was working in google and then he left to start something of his own and he has built an app Notvine which allows users to share 6.1-second looping videos.

He also has his website where he teaches courses on Programming Fundamentals with Python SQL for Data Analytics also Data Structure and Algorithms.

2. Simplilearn

Simplilearn is one of the biggest platforms for people who want to build skills in technology. There are lots of courses uploaded on the YouTube channel like Artificial Intelligence, Digital Marketing, Machine learning, and many Programming languages, and guess what all these things you can learn for free. The organization has on Programming Fundamentals with Python SQL for Data Analytics also Data Structure and Algorithms.

 

  1. Simplilearn

Simplilearn is one of the biggest platforms for people who want to build skills in technology. There are lots of courses uploaded on the YouTube channel like Artificial Intelligence, Digital Marketing, Machine learning, and many Programming languages, and guess what all these things you can learn for free. The organization has teamed up with more than 2000+ industry experts. Channel was found in 2009 and with almost 1 million subs and 64+ million views to give everything their subscribers want to learn in technology.

3. Edureka

Edureka channel came up in 2012 with a mission of teaching technology to the learners. Channel having more than 200+ million views and 2.5 million subs and it is one of the biggest platforms worldwide. Courses you can learn Big Data & Hadoop, DevOps, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Angular, Data Science, Apache Spark, Python, Selenium, Tableau, Android, PMP certification, AWS Architect, Digital Marketing, and many more. Users can also join live events and webinars to learn from the mentors and chance of getting your question answered.

4. Intellipat

The channel was found in 2013 and has 847k subs with more than 42+ million views. The courses are available on Artificial Intelligence, Azure, Big data and Hadoop, Data Science, AWS, Python, Selenium, Apache Spark, Business Intelligence Courses, Cloud Computing Courses, and many more. One main thing about completing these courses from YouTube that you won’t get certificates but if you complete the same from their website by paying a little amount for courses you will get the certificate.

5. Coursera

This platform has 178k subs and 9 million views founded in 2012. Their main platform is their website where they generate all the revenue and list courses. Here at Coursera, you might not get courses as all the courses are available on their website, but there are many things you can learn from the talks of experts and how you can use what you have learned from the courses. This is most important learner should know where his or her knowledge is going to be useful and how he or she can earn from the money they have to spend on the courses. Videos of Coursera will help as you can learn directly from the mentors.