udacity mobile web dev
creating responsive web design
Applied Responsive Design
accessibility for web design
adobe edge web fonts
Writing for websites
Learn responsive design
Node.js Essential Training
HTML 5 & CSS3
Intermediate CSS3 and HTML5
Advanced CSS3 and HTML5
Advanced Webpages Online 600-0007
Introduction to Expression Web
Creating Mobile apps w/ html 5 Online 600-30278
Dreamweaver intro and intermediate
Creating Mobile Apps with HTML5
Responsive Web Design
Intro to CSS
Build Web APIs using asp.net
Introduction to Bootstrap
Introducton to JQuery
Introduction to Node.js
Using Open Source Web Tooling to Improve Development Proficiency
Designing Effective Websites
Write Effective Web Content
Cassidy Williams and Colt Steele’s Udemy courses
YouTube: Traversy Media, LevelUpTuts
Christina Truong’s Lynda.com courses
Udacity Front-End Nanodegree (a paid course, but I got a scholarship from Google)
Courses can only take you so far, so I complemented this with other tools to help me learn and get a job.
Twitter: a cornerstone of my experience. Especially the incredibly supportive and warm #100DaysOfCode community.
GitHub: an important tool to learn, and where I hosted all my projects for free. It’s usually the first place employers look to see your work.
Portfolio: I learned the most vital development skills by building it and other self-initiated projects.