CS50 by Stanford University
x2 on CS50—a definite must-do at some point, but it’ll be different for everyone as to the best time to take the course. It may not be the best idea to jump into it right now, but you should definitely do it eventually. Also it’s by Harvard, not Stanford.
Colt Steele’s The Web Developer Bootcamp and Brad Schiff’s Git a Web Developer Job on Udemy are both essential. They’re a bit obsolete now in terms of content, but are both still very applicable and fill in some necessary holes that the FCC curriculum doesn’t cover.
Those two courses are just for starters—there are definitely more MOOCs that I’d recommend, but doing those two will get you started on the path towards front-end development, and that’s not even considering any front-end frameworks yet. When you get into a front-end framework, because you will, that’ll likely involve another course.
There are also lots of related side topics that deserve their own course eventually—a CSS preprocessor (Sass, Less, PostCSS), CSS itself, ES6/ES2015, Git, Node.js/NPM…the list goes on.
Thank you! I’ve just started “The Result Oriented Web Developer” It’s supposed to be similar to the Udemy courses you mentioned but a bit more updated. Almost done with the HTML portion and it’s been great review after doing FCC. I definitely feel like I need to take a CSS specific class after Web Dev course.
Definitely adding that Harvard course to my list!