TOP YouTube channels for programmers

1. CS Dojo

CS Dojo channel by YK was founded in 2016 and has 1.63 million subscribers with 61 million views where he explains Python tutorials for absolute beginners and he also uploaded a video how he builds a real startup with Python and JavaScript, data scripts, and algorithms. He also helps in the coding interview while listing down all questions and answers for Google and Amazon and Facebook. YK also has other channels Hey YK a vlog channel and CS dojo community.

2. Treehouse

Treehouse channel was started in 2011 and has 326k subs and 24+ million views on the channel. Treehouse provides courses HTML, CSS, Design, JavaScript, Ruby, 21ST Century Skills, Android Development, API’s, Business, C#, Computer Science, Data Analysis, Databases, Development tools, Digital Literacy, EDI(Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion), Go, Java, PHP, Python, Quality Assurance, Ruby, Security. All these courses’ trailers and explanation which will bring interest in buying the courses you want to.

3. Google Developers

Google Developers was started in 2007 and has 2.18 million subs with more than 181 million views on the channel. On this channel, the videos are of reviews of experts on various topics of development. You can also learn the Machine Learning Foundations and watch many inspiring stories of people who have achieved a milestone with their development skills. Events and Conferences are also broadcasted on the channel and one of the top events you can see is Google Keynote I/O 2018. This channel is different from others because Google looks into future technologies which will ease the life of people.

4. Clever Programmer

The man behind Clever Programmer is Rafeh Qazi and the channel was found in 2016 and has 909k subs with more than 36+ million views on the channel. He uploads videos mostly for the beginners who are confused to find which programming languages to learn and the application of learning these languages. He has also uploaded full courses Python Tutorial, JavaScript tutorial, and Python Django tutorial. This channel is best recommended for beginners on taking guidance of learning programming languages.

5. Code with Chris

Chris has founded this channel in 2013 and now has 418k subs with more than 28 million+ views. He has got 7 years of experience in teaching online how to develop apps easily. The best recommendation of this channel is for beginners who want to build an app. He describes the software he uses like Swift UI, Swift, and Xcode Tutorials, and these videos are made for beginners. On his website, he has put up a 14-day beginner challenge where one can learn how the apps are made and uploaded on the app store. All these things you can also learn for free by signing up and subscribing free trial.