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Learn from home. Learn skills that let you work from home. Learn Enough to be dangerous.

During these difficult times, we know it can be hard to stay home and find things to do, and we know lots of people around the world are finding themselves in an economically unstable position. To help out, for new subscribers we are offering

25% off Learn Enough All Access Subscriptions

We believe that learning to code is a great way to pass the time and learn new skills, potentially leading to a lucrative new career that lets you work from home. But don't just take our word for it…

The full price of the Learn Enough All Access subscription is ordinarily $49/mo., but with 25% off you’ll pay only $36.75 a month. Continue at the discounted price every month you renew (not just the first). Pause or cancel any time (and still get the rest of the month you paid for).

The Learn Enough All Access Subscription is covered by a 100% money-back guarantee. If you don’t absolutely love our tutorials, you can contact us at [email protected] to get a full refund.

The Learn Enough tutorials teach you essential programming skills, focusing on web application development and related technologies.

Learn the Developer Fundamentals every dev needs to know (Command Line, Text Editor, Git). Learn the Web Basics that make you dangerous enough to design and deploy professional-grade, interactive websites of your own (HTML, CSS & Layout, JavaScript). Then learn Application Development to make professional-grade web applications (Ruby, the Ruby on Rails Tutorial, Action Cable).

Our All Access subscription includes all the Learn Enough tutorials—self-paced courses with online books and streaming videos:

  1. Learn Enough Command Line: Learn the basics of the Unix command line
  2. Learn Enough Text Editor: Learn how to edit plain text
  3. Learn Enough Git: Use version control to track project changes
  4. Learn Enough HTML: Learn the language of the Web
  5. Learn Enough CSS & Layout: Design & deploy real websites
  6. Learn Enough JavaScript: Learn the programming language of browsers
  7. Learn Enough Ruby: Learn a powerful object-oriented programming language
  8. The Ruby on Rails Tutorial: Make professional-grade web applications with Rails
  9. Learn Enough Action Cable: Make real-time apps with WebSockets

All Learn Enough courses include streaming step-by-step video screencasts, progress tracking, community help for exercise answers. All told, you’ll get more than 2600 pages of online ebook content and over 55 hours of video.

With the Learn Enough tutorials and the Ruby on Rails Tutorial, you’ll be on your way to leveling up your tech skills, starting a new career as a web developer, or even creating a company of your own.

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Michael Hartl’s guide to the command line is an awesome tutorial for beginners and a great refresher for experienced programmers as well.

— Paul Yi
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I bought the Learn Enough command line program and videos last fall, and it’s paid off sooooo many times in my new job. During my first week, I had a manager sitting right beside me giving me the “go here, go there, do this, etc.” Having watched, read, and done the exercises, I was confident in getting around the CLI—and even had him asking, ”What was that shortcut?” For this, I thank you. Now I need a “Learn even more CLI to be dangerouser.”

— Thomas Thackery

I’m just writing to say I enjoyed Learn Enough Command Line to Be Dangerous. I’m a senior CS student and was actually already familiar with the UNIX console, however, I didn’t find your book boring or tedious at any point, quite the contrary! It was a nice refresher of the basics, and I actually learned some new tricks (being able to search inside the manpages for instance). The chapter + exercise format was effective in solidifying concepts for me.

— Eric Z.

I stumbled upon your website by luck a couple weeks back and since then I have gone through the Developer Fundamentals series, which I have to say exceeded my expectations and filled in many gaps in my knowledge which multiple other online tutorials failed to do.

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The tutorial is very well written, easy to follow and enjoyable. One thing I especially like is the way you not only learn the basics of the subject (HTML in this case) but also get a flavour of how to actually think about and begin a project developing a website. It also builds on ideas and processes for collaborating on such projects with other people.

— Brian
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I’ve done quite a few tutorials about HTML and I found this one to be the easiest to follow while giving me the most sophisticated understanding of the important points in HTML. It was also great practice for my Git skills, as it builds on the previous Learn Enough Git tutorial. I wouldn’t really recommend any other place to start off from than this Learn Enough series.

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Very happy with this new tutorial by Michael Hartl. It follows the same structure as the rest of his tutorials. Having done quite a lot of HTML and other related coding tutorials online myself, I find them to be the best so far. They offer a truly immersive experience and explain everything A to Z, from getting started to everything you need to know to have whatever you are building up and running.

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Just bought the new ebook and want to say keep up the great work!! The Learn Enough to Be Dangerous series re-ignited my desire to code after 10+ years of “meh”.

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The Learn Enough Society and the courses are incredible. It’s the best value in the market of online courses in my opinion. Like you say, it’s learning to tech, which is very useful in our world.

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— Brian
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Michael Hartl is one of the best educators around when it comes to web development. I have been following him for a long time, and everything he produces is top quality. If you are looking for a quick way to become a thorough and productive professional web developer, Hartl’s books are a great place to start.

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Hi, my name is Philip, and I’m a beginning learner of web development. I’ve dabbled in small ways in Ruby/Rails for about a year and a half. Occasionally, I write ruby scripts to solve problems at my job. I also dabble in learning: JavaScript, Ember, more Ruby/Rails, brief intro readings into Scala.

I’ve tried Codeschool, Codecademy, and I’ll stop there, so you don’t spend the next 3 hours reading all the different learning resources I’ve tried.

Ruby on Rails Tutorial (Rails 5) is undoubtedly, the most effective and educational resource I’ve ever come across when it comes to learning anything about web development or writing any code on any level.

Here’s what you seem to understand that everyone else just gets wrong: There’s a big spectrum between the very beginner basics: declaring variables, to voodoo, magical, incantational trickery of witchcraft, like building your own web server.

Almost all tutorials make this mistake. The first couple “lessons” are good for people who don’t even have a clue what computer programming is and then suddenly, there’s a big jump to what seem to be concepts that only seasoned developers have mastered.

Thanks for such a great, educational guide in Ruby on Rails.

— Philip

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