Even with so many other system-level languages to choose from, C remains the popular choice. Many key projects—such as the Linux kernel and the Python runtime—still use C, and they will likely do so indefinitely. For some fields of computing, like embedded programming, C is a must.
And there has never been a better time to learn C. Resources abound, from books to guided courses. Here we’ll look at four major online course offerings for learning C programming, each aimed at different levels of user and offering different approaches. For instance, one combines learning C with learning Linux, while another teaches C and C++ together.
Udemy: C Programming for Beginners
C is not necessarily the easiest programming language to learn first, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a suitable first language, or can’t be taught as one. Udemy’s C Programming for Beginners proves it, taking a “basics first” approach. Not