Become a Front-End Web Developer on Lynda
To briefly intro this review, Lynda (aka “LinkedIn Learning”) offers a variety of “Paths” on their site that aggregate a bunch of related courses on a topic and orders them from beginner to more advanced to form an intensive and in-depth learning experience. Their particular path on front-end web development is currently comprised of 13 individual courses that are each full-length in their own right. Completing the entire Path can take a while, and it took me a couple of months back when I did it in 2016, but I found it to be well worth the effort!
Although James Williamson’s courses on HTML are no longer in the Path, I’d strongly recommend doing those as well, as they’re some of the best courses on HTML that I’ve seen anywhere online, and contain material that just won’t be found anywhere else.
Conclusion: Very highly recommended for intermediate-level developers willing to put in an approximate 2- to 3-month time investment for a solid initial grounding in front-end web design & development that beats out just about every other online course platform that I’ve seen in terms of comprehensiveness. Also by far the best Path to get started with on Lynda to get a taste of the quality of their platform!
Rating: 5 out of 5