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The best thing about programming is that there’s always more to discover — and YouTube is a great place to do it. Whether you’re still learning to code, or have a few years’ experience, it’s worth following software engineering YouTube channels that can teach you something new and inspire you to have fun with code. Plus, coding YouTube channels can answer a last-minute question, or find a new way to explain a concept you’re struggling with.

To save you from scrolling through endless technical channels on YouTube, here are the top tech YouTubers we recommend following.

Best channels for coding beginners

Kevin Powell

Subscribers: 901K

Average video length: between 15 and 45 minutes

New videos on Tuesdays and Thursdays

If you’re looking for HTML and CSS tutorials by someone who really loves front-end web development, check out Kevin Powell’s channel. He is a “CSS evangelist” and web developer focused on “Helping you learn how to make the web, and make it look good while you're at it.” This channel has brief how-to’s as well as longer lessons. Kevin’s explanations are clear and easy to follow, and his positive energy is infectious.

Code with Ania Kubów

Subscribers: 409K 

Average video length: 20 minutes to 1-2 hours for project videos

New videos weekly

Many of Ania’s videos cover start-to-finish coding projects. Learn programming as you follow along as she builds fun projects, like making Pac-Man using just JavaScript. Ania talks about JavaScript, React, React-Native, Next.js, Node.js, Express, GraphQL, and Databases + in her videos. Her videos will inspire you to think about code in new, creative ways.

Corey Schafer 

Subscribers: 1.3M

Average video length: 15 minutes to 45 minutes

Recently posting new videos after hiatus

Corey has a loyal following who love his crystal-clear explanations of Python and credit him for helping them deepen their Python knowledge. This is a great place to access high-quality, no-fluff explainers and lessons for a range of skill levels. Although the channel doesn’t post new videos frequently, it has an impressive library on topics like Python, Git, development environments, terminal commands, SQL, and various other tips and tricks for software developers.

Best channels for intermediate-level coders

Fireship

Subscribers: 2.99M

Average video length: 5-10 minutes

New videos posted weekly

In a hurry? Fireship is known for its lightning-fast explainers (#100secondsofcode), tutorials (Code This, Not That), and industry updates (#thecodereport). It’s a great — and very entertaining — way to keep up to date on tech news and engineering topics. Jeff Delaney, the host, has a knack for making complex concepts easy to understand and fun to learn. That’s what makes Fireship one of the most popular tech channels on YouTube.

TechWorld with Nana

Subscribers: 1.05M

Average video length: 20 minutes to 1-2 hours for project videos

New videos monthly

If you’re looking for one of the best YouTube channels for DevOps, check out Nana Janashia’s DevOps and cloud tutorials. She covers a range of DevOps topics, including Docker, Kubernetes, and CI/CD (including GitLab CI, GitHub Actions, and Jenkins). Her informative videos get straight to the point and explain concepts in simple language to help you learn DevOps.

The Coding Train

Subscribers: 1.68M

Average video length: 30 minutes to 1 hour

New videos monthly

In his popular tech YouTube channel, host Daniel Shiffman covers topics from the basics of programming languages like JavaScript, to machine learning, simulation, and even generative poetry. His multidisciplinary videos bring together coding, art, game development, and more. Daniel’s unique visual style and genuine enthusiasm make this a great channel to watch if you’re stuck in a creative rut.

Best channels for coding experts

Traversy Media

Subscribers: 2.08M

Average video length: In-depth tutorials range from 1-3 hours

New videos every 2 weeks

Brad Traversy covers the latest in web development, from the building blocks of HTML, CSS & JavaScript to front-end frameworks like React and Vue to back-end technologies like Node.js, Python and PHP. If you already have web development experience and you want to deepen your skill set, set some time aside to watch these detailed, in-depth tutorials.

Net Ninja

Subscribers: 1.43M

Average video length: 10-30 minutes, with crash course playlists that vary in length based on the topic

New tutorials monthly

Head over to this channel to access over 2,000 programming tutorials on an impressive range of topics and knowledge levels. Here, you’ll find crash courses on everything from Javascript and Node.js to Flutter, OpenAI, and more. Bookmark this channel to reference if you’re getting stuck with your code.

Sebastian Lague

Subscribers: 1.26M

Average video length: 30 minutes to 1 hour

New videos posted monthly

This channel feels like looking over Sebastian’s shoulder as he codes his way through inventive and original projects. He often uses game visuals to explain complex topics. Check out his videos on making a chess bot and simulating ant and slime mould behaviors.

Looking for something more? 

If you’re still exploring a career pivot into tech, check out TripleTen’s YouTube channel. Here, you’ll find stories of our grads, useful tips for job switchers, and an honest look at life in tech.

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