Daniel Lemire

The personal and professional website of Daniel Lemire.

Innovation. DevOps. Architecture.


I've started work on building some courses around helping me use AI to build. I have plans to publish a series of courses that are build exclusively for developers and people that want to use all these great new tools to make something new and incredible.

If you are intested, please hit me up on social media and let's discuss how we can work together!

In the meantime, here are some great ways I keep up with tech and learning everyday

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  1. Udemy: Udemy is a great platform with a vast collection of courses in numerous topics, including technology. It offers both paid and free courses. The main advantage is you can learn at your own pace.
  2. Coursera: Coursera partners with universities and organizations worldwide, offering online courses, specializations, and degrees in various subjects, including computer science and information technology.
  3. edX: Similar to Coursera, edX is a provider of massive open online courses (MOOCs). It hosts online university-level courses in a wide range of disciplines, including technology, to a worldwide student body.
  4. LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com): This platform offers video courses taught by industry experts in software, creative, and business skills. It's a subsidiary of LinkedIn and all courses are accessible with a monthly subscription.
  5. Khan Academy: A non-profit educational organization that provides free video tutorials and interactive exercises. It’s particularly good for foundational knowledge in computer science and computing.
  6. Codecademy: Codecademy offers coding classes in major programming languages. It has free interactive lessons in Python, Java, JavaScript, Ruby, SQL, C++, Swift, and more.
  7. Pluralsight: This tech skills platform offers a wide array of video training courses for software developers, IT administrators, and creative professionals.
  8. Udacity: Udacity offers 'nanodegrees' in subjects like data science, artificial intelligence, programming, autonomous systems, and cloud computing. Many of its courses are built in partnership with leading tech companies.
  9. Google's Learn Platform: Google's own learning platform provides a wide range of free courses on all aspects of Google's own tools, but also broader tech subjects. It includes Android Development, Google Cloud, Machine learning, and more.
  10. MIT OpenCourseWare: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology offers free course content from undergraduate to graduate level courses. The content includes lecture notes, exams, and videos with no required registration.