UPDATE: This list is now very out of date. Please check out the updated version instead.

Since I publish a screencast series, I’m curious what other programming screencasts people watch. So I asked around. Here’s the list, based on feedback as well as my own bookmarks.

Feel free to submit additions or corrections.

Published by Avdi Grimm

59 Comments

  1. Nothing about Java, Scala, Groovy, Clojure?

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  2. I also suggest to add emacsmovies.org

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  3. Dude, nodeup.com && Javascript Jabber

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    • I concur with this mention.

      Full Disclosure: I am the creator of GoDjango

      Thanks Marek for the mention 🙂

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  4. Hi all, and thanks Avdi for the list!
    I’m adding here some french Ruby / Rails casts :
    http://parlonsruby.com/
    http://www.youtube.com/user/Berlimioz/videos

    Not sure if that’s in the editorial line you intended, but having resources in one’s own native language is a deal maker/breaker for many, so I’d love to promote the hell out of any local initiative.

    Merci 🙂

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  5. Tutsplus https://tutsplus.com/ not only programming, Also design, business

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  6. I don’t think I’m exaggerating when I say that this is the one blog post of all blog posts I have ever ready that I will derive the most long term knowledge and joy from. Amazing, amazing stuff and much appreciated.

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  7. tuts+??

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  8. Drupalize.me for Drupal

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  9. http://leveluptuts.com/tutorials sass, compass, html, coffeescript and others

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  10. I do a weekly hangout that is over 20 episodes deep at this point. I started with HTML, proceeded with CSS 2.1, and will be starting Bootstrap this evening. After this I’ll be doing JavaScript/jQuery. Weekly, thursday nights at 7:30pm Eastern – http://learn.sampson.ms.

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  11. Gitcasts if you can find it https://github.com/github/gitcasts/blob/gh-pages/index.html#L29 (formerly in various places)

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  12. I have a series on the CUDA GPU Computing platform called CUDACasts. YouTube Playlist is here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5B692fm6–vScfBaxgY89IRWFzDt0Khm

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  13. Hey Avdi, just thought I would point out that Tekpub and PeepCode have been gobbled up by Pluralsight.

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  14. I recently started a Node series at http://www.learnallthenodes.com. There’s a whole 1 episode as of right now, with the next one coming out on Monday.

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  15. How did you miss http://pragprog.com/screencasts ? Their series on metaprogramming is really good.

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  16. Hi Avdi, thanks for publishing and maintaining the list. Please consider throwing my Web Dev Break screencasts ( http://www.webdevbreak.com ) into the mix. Kind regards, Eliot

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  17. Brand new Node.js screencast series: http://www.TutsOwl.com

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  18. I am surprised that laracasts.com has not been mentioned yet. One of the best sites for Laravel (and PHP in general) screencasts ever.

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  19. Ember Sparkcasts (http://www.sparkcasts.net) for Ember.js and related technologies.

    Thanks for making/maintaining this list!

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  20. I’d like to add EmberGrep.com which has two courses:

    Zero To Prototype – EmberJS
    0-60 Express.js – Express.js/node

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  21. Hey Avdi,

    I’d like to throw in a new one for Ember.js and Node/Express.js – EmberGrep.com.

    Right now there are two full courses available: one on prototyping and learning Ember.js and Ember CLI and the other covers building applications and APIs with Express.js and Node.

    Sorry if this is a double post, I was trying to send earlier but was having connection issues on my plane flight.

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  22. This was just mentioned in #rubyonrails:

    https://gorails.com/

    haven’t checked it out, but it was recommended.

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  23. I’m been learning some cool stuff (especially the weekly iterations) on Upcase.
    https://upcase.com/practice .

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  24. Must Hack seems to be down, oddly there isn’t any links about it at all. Is that a typo?

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  25. A late entry, but please consider adding https://CodexCasts.com We cover Platino Game Development, as well as Appcelerator/Titanium Native Mobile App Development for iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, and even an episode on Blackberry.

    This is the same Andrew McElroy who turned over tryruby.org to codeschool.com.

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  26. I’d also suggest https://www.sourcecrunch.com/, which provides screencast courses for a few different programming-related topics.

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  27. iLoveCoding.org One stop Javascript Screencasts

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  28. https://iLoveCoding.org/ One-stop Javascript Screencasts.

    Its been around for over a year now. iLoveCoding has both free and paid screencasts.
    Its really Railscast for Javascript

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