There may be many different reasons why you want to learn to code. It may be a skill that you want to practice for your degree; it could be a hobby of yours; or your may be interested in developing this skill to enhance your employability.
Knowing how to code is an incredibly valuable skill, but it if you’re new to coding, it may be difficult to know how to make a start. Luckily, LinkedIn Learning, an online learning platform which all students and staff at AU have free access to (learn how to get started), have launched a new partnership with CoderPad.
Take a look at the video below to learn more about these challenges:
There are currently 33 Code Challenges (but this is continually increasing), and you can also learn how to code and practice your skills with additional GitHub programming courses in LinkedIn Learnings.
Here are a couple of Code Challenge courses for you to get started with!
Beginner Code Challenges
- SQL Practice: Basic Queries (17m)
- Python Practice: Operations (17m)
- Go Practice: Functions (38m)
- SQL Essential Training (4h 26m)
Advanced Code Challenges
- Advanced Go Programming: Data Structures, Code, Architecture, and Testing (1h 9m)
- Advanced Java: Hands-on with Streams, Lambda Expressions, Collections, Generics and More (50m)
- Hands-On Advanced Python: Data Exploration and Manipulation (1h 56m)
If you have any queries about any of the content mentioned in this blogpost, or if you have any general queries about LinkedIn Learning, please contact the Digital Skills Team (firstname.lastname@example.org).