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One of the big trends of the past couple years, spurred the growing demand for programmers, is the rise of in-browser programming tutorials. Gone are the days when you’d have to buy a book and configure a development environment before you could get your hands dirty with a little code.

Maybe you want to start learning on your work computer and don’t have access to install a programming environment. Or maybe you want to get started right away and don’t want to deal with ordering books or installing software. Whatever your motivation, here are five places you can point your browser at right now to get started.

1. Eloquent JavaScript

Eloquent JavaScript is actually a computer science book but it’s available on the web for free. And the web version contains interactive lessons that can be completed from within the browser. You just type your code into a little box…

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  1. Code Avengers is a great resource for beginners want to learn how to code. Javascript and HTML level 1 courses are available with CSS coming soon along with Level 2 courses.

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