Best Programming YouTubers (December 2022)

Looking to up your coding game? Here are the best programming YouTube channels on the internet.

Best Programming YouTubers

YouTube has become one of the go-to resources for junior, senior, and brand-new developers. Whether you want to start from scratch and look for tutorials, try to learn a new framework, or see how other developers work, YouTube has a channel for you. Here is our list of what we consider to be some of the best programming and web development channels available on YouTube.

Best Programming YouTubers

Rating YouTuber coding channels is completely subjective; our list here is based solely on our favorite channels that we are subscribed to. No channel on this list codes in one particular language, and most offer various video formats–from tutorials to discussions and interviews. The channels on this list are ones we find both useful as resources and also entertaining. Please check them out and see which ones you like the best.

1. Hyperplexed

If you have ever written a single line of frontend code, you need to be subscribed to Hyperplexed. This growing channel has some of the best editing and content flow in the YouTube programming sphere. Videos are short and concise while still conveying an impressive amount of information. Watch how a master developer redesigns popular websites and recreates amazing web effects. Look for more YouTube channels to mimic Hyperplexed style in the future.

Hyperplexed
209K

See the world of front end development through my lens. Doing my best to show you how to recreate some awesome stuff from around the web and give you a bit of insight into my creative process.

2. Fireship

Fireship’s editing style is a breath of fresh air on YouTube. Not just for the programming genre but for most information-based videos in general. Jeff Delaney has put together a fantastic channel with short but entertaining videos focused on some of the latest trends in web development. If you like his style, you can also check out Fireship.io for some great project-based courses.

Fireship
1.66M

High-intensity ⚡ code tutorials to help you build & ship your app faster. Subscribe for new videos every week covering intermediate to advanced lessons about JavaScript, Flutter, Firebase, and modern app development.

3. The Coding Train

If you’re a fan of project-based learning, you may want to give The Coding Train a view. Follow along through hundreds of different projects across various languages and learn how to build some really cool and intricate projects. Even if The Coding Train is working in a language you aren’t primarily using, there is still tons to learn in his approach and overall enthusiasm for programming.

The Coding Train
1.52M

All aboard! The Coding Train is on its way with creative coding video tutorials on subjects ranging from the basics of programming languages like JavaScript to algorithmic art, machine learning, simulation, generative poetry, and more. Choo choo!

4. devaslife

There is something inspiring and soothing about watching a master developer do their work. Devaslife creates project-based videos with smooth editing and little to no talking. Listen to the click of the keyboard and watch his fast workflow as he turns a blank page into a fully built project. Devaslife also routinely makes videos on his setup and workflow as it evolves; definitely worth a watch.

devaslife
153K

I’m an indie app developer based in Osaka, Japan. I’m currently living off of my own product called Inkdrop – a Markdown note-taking app (https://www.inkdrop.app/ ). I would like to publish my videos about: how to build good apps, how to attract users, my hobbies, etc.

5. ThePrimeagen

ThePrimeagen is a quickly growing YouTube channel whose content ranges from tutorials, interviews, framework discussions, and much more. If you want a fun and entertaining coding channel, definitely check out ThePrimeagen; you can also find him streaming on Twitch.

ThePrimeagen
126K

Vim, Go, Typescript, Rust, and Weeb Music

6. CS Dojo

CS Dojo has been one of the fastest-growing programming channels on YouTube. His channel is largely focused on algorithms, interview questions, and general tutorials. If you’re looking to break into the industry, CS Dojo could be a great resource to get a peak into what skillsets some of the major companies could be looking for.

CS Dojo
1.87M

Hello! My name is YK, and I usually make videos about programming and computer science here 🙂

Our list of the best programming YouTubers should give you plenty of resources to check if you’re a computer science major or looking to improve your programming skills.

Do you have a channel you want to add to the list of best programming YouTubers? Contact us and let us know.