I was happily surprised to see him have 2 luna-lang videos come out less than a week after luna-lang made it on my to-play-with radar.
He often focuses on some pretty esoteric topics. In one video, he prototyped a simple 3d rendered in QBasic. I'm not sure if you pick up best practices from Bisqwit, but you'll probably learn some interesting programming techniques.
You wont see any code, but he explains computer science and math concepts really well.
- CodingTrain (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvjgXvBlbQiydffZU7m1_aw) for JS is good. You know how you sometimes come across a video of a teacher, and go "man, I wish I had teachers like this when I was in school"? Well, this guy is like that - really enthusiastic and great to watch.
- Avelx (https://www.youtube.com/user/avelx) is another great channel! He explains JS and programming concepts very, very well.
Then, for some more advanced stuff (frameworks, libraries, etc) there's:
- LeanWebCode (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHRp19HU7Y2LwfI0Ai6WAGQ)
- Kirupa Chinnathambi (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZCQ3LXtU3IUzMBQBqN69KQ)
- Traversy Media (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC29ju8bIPH5as8OGnQzwJyA)
- TheNewBoston (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJbPGzawDH1njbqV-D5HqKw)
- Finally, I want to mention Steve Griffith for some lesser known JS methods and examples of great code
The author covers some interesting and advanced details of Golang in an entertaining fashion.
Does a great job of explaining various software exploits, vulnerabilities, and other cool stuff
There's a lot of other good YouTubers I list on the channel's suggested channels sidebar.
EDIT: cbaggers is great for lisp weenies. He also does streams. https://www.youtube.com/user/CBaggers?app=desktop
Also, Siraj: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWN3xxRkmTPmbKwht9FuE5A
Siraj gives you the quick and dirty on how complex problems are solved with code. Not really tutorials, but more of a "how to" you can use to start your research.
This channel is awesome if your looking to learnt the basics of JS and other languages.
Derek Banas videos (for a quick 60 minute introduction to covered topics)
Not particularly useful for web developers which is what most programmers are nowdays, they will still blow your mind though.