Skill up! – List of courses

You’re probably working from home right now, and even if you’re not, you should work on your skills if you have some free time.

Don’t let days go one by one. Invest in yourself and grab every bit of information you find helpful.

We prepared some sites where you could learn new skills or brush the dust off some old ones. Let’s jump into it.

Pluralsight –

Pluralsight is a paid service with a Free April offer on their site.

They have courses for individuals, businesses, nonprofits, educators, and students.

The courses range from Software Development, IT Ops, Data Professional, and Information & Cyber Security.

Some of the Software Development topics you could learn are JavaScript, Angular, Python, or C#, Web Development, or Mobile Development.

Its Ops focuses on Servers, Virtualization, IT Certifications, networking, Security, and Database Administration.

Data Professional has Big Data, Business Intelligence, SQL, Tableau, Oracle, and SQL Server courses.

In the Information & Cyber Security Courses, you can learn about Cyber Security, Security Certifications, Fundamentals and Auditing, Penetration Testing, or Malware Analysis.

The courses from Udemy are both paid and free, and they focus on a wide array of topics:

  • Development;
  • Business;
  • Finance & Software;
  • IT & Software;
  • Office Productivity;
  • Personal Development;
  • Design;
  • Marketing:
  • Lifestyle;
  • Photography;
  • Health & Fitness;
  • Music;
  • Teaching & Academics.

You can also choose your courses by filtering them by User Ratings, Features, Prices, or Levels.

Khan Academy –

Khan Academy is more of a student-focused platform. 

With Courses ranging from Math, Arts & Humanities, Economics & Finance, Computing, or Science & Engineering, Khan offers a bit of everything, and it’s free.

Tutorialspoint –

You can browse through paid courses ranging from IT, Academics, Development, business, or Design.

They offer a Tutorials Library focused on the Latest Technologies like Bitcoin, Blockchain, Blue Prism, Ethereum, Open Shift, or Python Blockchain. They also have tutorials on Machine Learning, Computer Science, Web Development, Programming Tutorials, Java Technologies, Mobile App Development, Database Tutorials, Microsoft Technologies, and Big Data and Analytics.

SkillShare –

We all know what SkillShare is. Your favorite Youtuber probably made an ad for them at this point.

SkillShare offers paid courses but also has some free classes.

If you want to create something, you can choose between Animation, Design, Illustration, Lifestyle, Photo & Film, Business, Writing, UI/UX Design, or Web Development. 

They offer courses on Business Analytics, Freelance & Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Management, or Marketing if you want to build.

And if you want to thrive, they have courses about Lifestyle and Productivity.

These are our pics for learning something new or polishing something you already know. 

What are your favorite course focused sites?

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