Microsoft is offering a free web development course on GitHub for beginners


Have you ever wondered how websites are created? Do you want to learn how to build your own websites?

Microsoft has great news for you: you can now take a 12-week curriculum completely for free.

Microsoft has designed a complete web development program for beginners. You will learn the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, three essential programming languages for building modern and dynamic websites.

The program includes 24 lessons in total, each with a pre-lesson and post-lesson quiz, written instructions to complete the task, a solution, an assignment, and much more.

The pedagogy of the program is project-based, which means you will be able to learn while you build.

After completing the course, you will have created several interesting projects, such as a game, a virtual terrarium, a browser extension, a ‘space invaders’ type game, and a business-type banking application.

Additionally, you will have learned the basics of JavaScript, HTML, and CSS along with the modern web developer toolchain.


This course is perfect for beginners, as several initial lessons have been written on basic JavaScript concepts to introduce concepts. Additionally, the program is flexible and fun and can be taken in its entirety or in part.

Projects start small and become increasingly complex at the end of the 12-week cycle.

Each lesson includes many learning tools, such as an optional sketch, an optional complementary video, a pre-lesson warm-up quiz, a written lesson, step-by-step guides on how to build the project, knowledge checks, a challenge, supplementary reading, an assignment, and a post-lesson quiz.

If you are interested in taking this course, you can find it on GitHub. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn about web development with Microsoft.

Sign up now and start your journey to success in website creation!

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Julio Del Angel
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