shutterstock_173244287The DJ Hub has an extensive programme of talks for people working in tech. You can find further details on these on our events page 

In the meantime, don’t’ ignore some of the online coding courses which aren’t always aimed just at beginners but have many languages, some which might be new to you. For example:

HackerRank

Like getting competitive with your coding? This is a great resource for learning and testing your skills and it can also be used to showcase those skills to companies when you’re looking for a new job. It has all sorts: AI, Regex, Security, algorithms as well as many of the usual languages.  FREE

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Programmr

Programmr is a global online lab for programming enthusiasts to assess, improve and showcase their programming skills. It runs regular competitions where you can win money. FREE

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HTML5rocks

Tutorials for those who use HTML5 and want the latest knowledge or new ideas FREE

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Codeademy

JavaScript, Ruby on Rails Authentication, SQL, Git and many others as well as the more usual beginners’ material in Python, HTML & CSS and Java languages

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TeamTreehouse

Learn from over 1000 videos created by expert teachers on web design, coding, business, and much more. Their library is continually refreshed with the latest on web technology so you’ll never fall behind. Monthly subscription but has a free trial.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT has a long list of FREE tech/coding courses. These include, but aren’t limited to: Creating Video Games, Software Engineering for Web Applications, Multicore Programmer Primer, Networks, Computer Language Engineering and Artificial Intelligence.

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