In this article, I share my most-watched YouTube channels for software development and programming. 2021 definitely feels like YouTube is dominating life, YouTube boasts over two billion users who combined watch one billion hours of YouTube videos every day. These is some pretty impressive stats, seeing YouTube was only founded in February 2005. It is hard to imagine a time without YouTube now!
Whenever you are just starting out with software development or you simply want to improve your programming skills within a certain area, you will need the right resources. In this article, I will share with you over 30 YoutTube channels that I personally watch. All these channels will help you to level-up your skills. Sound good?
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Channel: Scott Hanselman
Scott Hanselman works for Microsoft as Principal Community Architect for Web Platform and Tools. Scott is a developer, blogger, and podcaster of Microsoft fame. Scott's channel is one of my personal favorite channels and I recommend it.
Link: Scott Hanselman
Mayuko Inoue is a content creator and Software Engineer. Mayuko was an iOS Engineer who used to work in Silicon Valley for companies like Intuit, and Netflix. Nowadays Mayuko solely focuses on content creation and productivity ideas for developers!
Channel: Dev Ed
Ed produces fun vide on front-end web development. Ed has videos on web design, CSS, HTML, 3D modeling, and much more. Learn without getting bored!
Link: Dev Ed
Collection of video from conferences that have been held all over London. I have been to many of these talks and there are some great videos here.
Channel: Simple Programmer
Simple Programmer is focused on helping software developers, programmers and other IT professionals improve their careers and live better lives. Simple programmer is focused on people and interpersonal skills, rather than the technical aspect of software development.
Link: Simple Programmer
Channel: Andy Sterkowitz
Andys videos are target towards developers who are trying to self-teaching themselves how to code.
Link: Andy Sterkowitz
Channel: Derek Banas
Derek creates videos on pretty much all things programming. His videos range from Python, C++, Java, PHP to even topics like trigonometry and after-effects!
Link: Derek Banas
Channel: Gyasi Linje
Gyasi posts weekly tech and lifestyle videos. Gyasi has only been a professional coder for about 2 years. He shared his stories and ideas on front-end web development.
Link: Gyasi Linje
Channel: Chris Coyier
This is the official YouTube channel for CSS-Tricks, a web design community curated by Chris Coyier.
Link: Chris Coyier
Channel: Jake Wright
Jake vlogged his whole experience while studying computer science. Since graduating, he now vlogs on tech and his career at working at Monzo.
Link: Jake Wright
Channel: The Coding Train
Link: The Coding Train