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I've been learning Web Dev since Feb 2019 and personally I think if you're learning now then you need to focus your learning around Javascript and Node.js and eventually a framework such as React, Vue or Svelte. The main three areas to work on as a beginner are 'Semantic HTML', CSS and Javascript. Also you will quickly forget much of what you've learnt if you don't make/create projects. Just following courses will never make you job ready or a good developer. Everything they teach you, you absolutely must practice. To remember most of what you've learnt then make notes and turn these notes in to Anki flashcards using the Janki method.

Good luck this isn't easy but it's well worth doing.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Oct 2019
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Thanks for posting - voted hot
Thanks
Using NMAP at uni so that first course is a Godsend -- thanks OP
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Some really good courses there. Bagged four of them. HEAT!
Ethical hacking you say! Let’s have it
Thank you for all these that you find.
Brilliant.
Grabbed two of those for myself.

Thank you

Heat from me
Ethical hacking.
Awesome thanks OP
Great post 2 courses taken thanks
Ethical hacking Shows as free but when I go to the checkout it shows as £199
nokiafusion19/10/2019 16:32

Ethical hacking Shows as free but when I go to the checkout it shows as …Ethical hacking Shows as free but when I go to the checkout it shows as £199


That one requires the coupon code shown (45993883D31257DCA2D6).
nokiafusion19/10/2019 16:32

Ethical hacking Shows as free but when I go to the checkout it shows as …Ethical hacking Shows as free but when I go to the checkout it shows as £199


That's odd. I just clicked the link above and got it for free, no need to enter any codes.
Great deal, thanks OP.
quora.com/Sho…-it

I've been learning Web Dev since Feb 2019 and personally I think if you're learning now then you need to focus your learning around Javascript and Node.js and eventually a framework such as React, Vue or Svelte. The main three areas to work on as a beginner are 'Semantic HTML', CSS and Javascript. Also you will quickly forget much of what you've learnt if you don't make/create projects. Just following courses will never make you job ready or a good developer. Everything they teach you, you absolutely must practice. To remember most of what you've learnt then make notes and turn these notes in to Anki flashcards using the Janki method.

Good luck this isn't easy but it's well worth doing.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 19th Oct 2019
poinsy19/10/2019 17:20

That's odd. I just clicked the link above and got it for free, no need to …That's odd. I just clicked the link above and got it for free, no need to enter any codes.Great deal, thanks OP.


Same here. I used my old account last time but created a new one now and it was free. Thanks.
Great find. Thanks mate
In reference to > Ultimate PHP, CSS And SASS: Enhance Your JavaScript Skills!

If you go down the PHP route then check out this tutorial site >

phpdelusions.net/
Thank you!
Edited by: "vendrell" 19th Oct 2019
Thanks for posting @MartianMan we have added this thread to the Highlights pages
Cheers op, been using SQL of late, could do with a bit of structure rather just asking Mr Google
Thanks for posting!
fishmaster19/10/2019 17:26

https://www.quora.com/Should-I-learn-PHP-in-2019-Is-it-still-worth-itI've …https://www.quora.com/Should-I-learn-PHP-in-2019-Is-it-still-worth-itI've been learning Web Dev since Feb 2019 and personally I think if you're learning now then you need to focus your learning around Javascript and Node.js and eventually a framework such as React, Vue or Svelte. The main three areas to work on as a beginner are 'Semantic HTML', CSS and Javascript. Also you will quickly forget much of what you've learnt if you don't make/create projects. Just following courses will never make you job ready or a good developer. Everything they teach you, you absolutely must practice. To remember most of what you've learnt then make notes and turn these notes in to Anki flashcards using the Janki method. Good luck this isn't easy but it's well worth doing.


I second that you have to do a project in whatever languages/frameworks you choose, otherwise your brain files it in the recycle bin.

Thanks for the Anki tip, I have just downloaded it and will give it a go.
Thanks
Can these be used for amazon student prime membership?
fishmaster19/10/2019 17:26

https://www.quora.com/Should-I-learn-PHP-in-2019-Is-it-still-worth-itI've …https://www.quora.com/Should-I-learn-PHP-in-2019-Is-it-still-worth-itI've been learning Web Dev since Feb 2019 and personally I think if you're learning now then you need to focus your learning around Javascript and Node.js and eventually a framework such as React, Vue or Svelte. The main three areas to work on as a beginner are 'Semantic HTML', CSS and Javascript. Also you will quickly forget much of what you've learnt if you don't make/create projects. Just following courses will never make you job ready or a good developer. Everything they teach you, you absolutely must practice. To remember most of what you've learnt then make notes and turn these notes in to Anki flashcards using the Janki method. Good luck this isn't easy but it's well worth doing.



Thank you for pointing me to Janki (and Anki) - this is exactly what I need as I am a casual coder.
So does the real question about this, does it qualify for a student Amazon Prime account? 😁
It says I have to pay
Quickbooks doesn't apply the coupon by clicking on the link?

Anyone can send me the coupon code?

Thanks 👊🔥
Thanks. Hot.
Spotted this on Reddit from the author: udemy.com/cou…AFF

Only 2 days remaining though so be quick.

Also don't bother with the Android App creation. It uses AppInventor which can be picked up in an hour from the site itself. It's also no good if you've anything complicated in mind (you can't include Sqlite for instance). If you're interested in Android I'd suggest you look up all the free stuff on Udacity, that's how I eventually learned.
Can be really hit and miss. Some of the more technical stuff can be a bit naff. Still, anything free is good!
I can't get it free. Can someone explain how to get the free courses. Thanks.
Only one worked.. others said code had expired
Terry_Ashley20/10/2019 16:53

Only one worked.. others said code had expired


I just tried, only 2 have expired, CSS Flexbox and How To Create Android Apps. The QuickBook one never worked for me. All the others worked just fine, with between 10 and 24 hours remaining.
fishmaster19/10/2019 17:26

https://www.quora.com/Should-I-learn-PHP-in-2019-Is-it-still-worth-itI've …https://www.quora.com/Should-I-learn-PHP-in-2019-Is-it-still-worth-itI've been learning Web Dev since Feb 2019 and personally I think if you're learning now then you need to focus your learning around Javascript and Node.js and eventually a framework such as React, Vue or Svelte. The main three areas to work on as a beginner are 'Semantic HTML', CSS and Javascript. Also you will quickly forget much of what you've learnt if you don't make/create projects. Just following courses will never make you job ready or a good developer. Everything they teach you, you absolutely must practice. To remember most of what you've learnt then make notes and turn these notes in to Anki flashcards using the Janki method. Good luck this isn't easy but it's well worth doing.


Yeh, you definitely need a good memory, or take a lot of notes. I look back at some of my old code and think "How on earth did I manage that"...
???? Cisco code : TSHOOT-OCT-19-1 correct ?
Jazz197220/10/2019 23:08

???? Cisco code : TSHOOT-OCT-19-1 correct ?


That is the correct code, but it has now expired.
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