The past year has been a great year for code livestreams. Stuck at home, developers took to their OBS setups to share their coding projects with their peers. And viewers tuned in to watch a fellow developer struggle through a programming issue, get stuck, google things, and eventually figure things out, and found their coding communities in the process.
But if you are a code newbie, you might find it daunting to follow along with the experienced developers' livestreams. Fear not, for you have your own peers learning new tech stacks live! Here are five of our favorite beginner-friendly streamers that you can watch to learn programming:
- Learn full-stack web development: Leon Noel (https://www.twitch.tv/learnwithleon) runs a free Web Dev Bootcamp live on Twitch every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 PM EST. The goal of the bootcamp is to help those affected by the pandemic as well as help underrepresented folks learn web development and get hired as software engineers. You can also bring your questions to the Office Hours on Saturdays at 12 PM EST.
- Learn Python with Pachi: Pachi Carlson is currently learning Python live on her Twitch channel (https://www.twitch.tv/pachicodes) on Mondays and Wednesdays at 10 AM EST.
- Learn Golang with Paul: Paul Kernfeld is currently learning Golang from scratch every Friday at 12 PM EST on Cockroach Labs' Twitch channel.
- Learn Rust with Prince: Prince Wilson is currently learning Rust with Exercism.io on his Twitch channel (https://www.twitch.tv/maxcellw)
- Follow along Jeseekia Vaughn’s awesome journey through 100 Days of Code: https://www.twitch.tv/metadevgirl
- Want to get some of your own coding done? Join Mayuko (https://www.twitch.tv/hellomayuko) for a chill co-working stream for pomodoro coding sprints.