I’m really not sure how to organize this, lots of overlap, everywhere. These will most likely all get broken into individual posts for easier searching.
odin project Free, open source based full stack training program.
Hackerbay Work on real projects and gain skills in “full stack” development.
Anything with Andrew Krouthamel (Networking Hardware, Firewalls)
SirNetrom1’s My Playhouse – Datacenter in the basement hijinks
Byte My Bits – Some homelab stuff
UbuntuGuy – Homelab stuff And UbuntuGuy’s other list
professormesser – Older stuff, but very high quality.
INEtraining has a paid site below.
Pascom Asterisk Playlist Well recommended playlist for Asterisk.
VMware Youtube Series
ITFreeTraining looks like it maybe needs some TLC at the time of writing
Eli the Computer Guy (lots of basics)
Not yet organized in a subgroup
vmware more labs. (hol?)
Class Central – lots of stuff, information technology section linked
Comprehensive (two or more of videos, documents, tests, forums, etc)
Professor Messer (seems outdated, but this stuff does not change *that* fast)
Cisco learning network
Windows 10 virtual labs, Another link, and another link At the time of writing they look a bit different, will care to investigate later.
Windows MVA for PowerShell
Linux Shells (List of free shells, a few allow sudo, usually after you jump through some hoops like sending a postcard)
Amazon Offers a free year on the AWS platform with their version of linux.
IPspace has a *free* tier, looks promising
Cybrary – IT Certifications video training
Security Tube hacking/security(I think this is less maintained lately)
Free College Classes
MIT (Already filtered for IT related stuff)
Not strictly technical
You can (probably) get access to Lynda.com through your local public library.
Good free book sources
Redhat Technical Books (PDF’s)
Paid options… (these get surprisingly pricey, but most offer Free Trials)
itpro.tv is gaining popularity lately, offers a free trial.
cbtnuggets is one of the most commonly recommended IT learning sites.
Oreilly has one, great books, training is probably good
IPspace has a free *tier* so it got mentioned above as well.