10 Developer YouTube Channels You Should Visit
Learn from top developers channels on YouTube
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Learning never ends, especially for developers. That is why we have a lot of people who have sacrificed a lot to create great content for the developers' ecosystem.
In as much as most content can be gotten for free, we should be aware of vague content and/or resources that will make you think twice about your career.
I have made a list of 10 developer channels that I highly recommend if you'd love to learn and keep yourself updated.
Not that this list does not favor any channel or sponsored to appear here by any chance. These are purely educational and motivational content and not the "Daily Life of a Software engineer" kinda gigs.
1. Traversy Media
The Channel is managed by Traversy Media. Any content on web development is available and with demo source codes. I would recommend this channel to anyone, especially beginners.
Additional motivational content is published in the channel too, so don't worry about mental exhaustion.
You can find literally anything on programming on this channel, and it is great content created by developers of all niches. freecodecamp
3. Dennis Ivy
Danny Thompson has the best motivational content fro, developers, especially when you are from a different profession and moving into software dev, he is your guy, he also has a very touching story.
5. Catalin's Tech
Catalin Pit has a great YouTube channel with as good content as his blog articles. He has great tutorials in web development that'd recommend anyone to follow along.
6. Web Dev Simplified
For unlimited web dev tutorials, this is the channel.
7. Ayushi Rawat
A channel by Ayush Rawat who also writes very amazing articles on hashnode.
She creates very useful content in Python and developer tools, with weekly video updates.
The channel has a lot f Python Django tutorials and web development techniques.
9. Francesco Ciulla
This is where you get cool coding live sessions and tutorials on using developer tools and languages/frameworks
I found this channel when I was learning Django, and I was never disappointed at all. It has great project playlists from scratch to deployment.
Feel free to search for resources for your tech stack, don't let anything limit you, but try as much as possible to avoid biased content.