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Anyone tried these "four free ways to learn to code online?" Which would you recommend?

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neither. Which language do you want to learn? Java -> Python -> I have read both of them, they are excellent.
Nice one for the heads-up. I didn't know Mozilla and Google had those resources available. Mozilla's offering looks especially interesting. I haven't tried any of it, except a bit of the MIT OCW stuff, which was very good. I'm still waiting to hear back on the Privacy Policy issue??

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@nomss Python. It's not for me, actually, it's for my teenager. Want an interesting self-paced way to learn CS with zero background.

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