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Gutted these are no good for me to add to the list of courses that I am never going to start #heat
udemy is overrun with bad courses made by students in poor countries looking to earn a few pennies. You do get what you pay for (free).

You're much better off buying a well written textbook on any subject and following it through
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Gutted these are no good for me to add to the list of courses that I am never going to start #heat
gaz1200014/09/2019 12:32

Gutted these are no good for me to add to the list of courses that I am …Gutted these are no good for me to add to the list of courses that I am never going to start #heat


I'm the same. Wish I had the motivation in my limited time to actually get back into programming especially with free courses
stephen_hoult14/09/2019 13:02

I'm the same. Wish I had the motivation in my limited time to actually get …I'm the same. Wish I had the motivation in my limited time to actually get back into programming especially with free courses


It's really just about motivation, I try to make half an hour daily for programming and rarely I don't get to do it. I set an alarm every day for like 8:30pm, say goodbye to the family and lock myself into the study for half an hour.
udemy is overrun with bad courses made by students in poor countries looking to earn a few pennies. You do get what you pay for (free).

You're much better off buying a well written textbook on any subject and following it through
If you wish to learn a programming language I would suggest Python 3X. Jumping straight into an object oriented programming like C++ can be daunting, but it depends on the individuals capability.
I'm 2/3 through a python bootcamp (this one) and it's excellent, I'm really enjoying it and learning a lot. I paid £20 for it, honestly it's worth more.

I'm sure there are bad courses, but with a little simple research you can weed out the bad courses and find some great ones.

Enrolled in the SQL one for later, thanks OP.
I tried a few udemy courses but they were all absolute rubbish. Tutors clearly didn't actually understand things and often reading from others books.
dewonderful14/09/2019 13:14

udemy is overrun with bad courses made by students in poor countries …udemy is overrun with bad courses made by students in poor countries looking to earn a few pennies. You do get what you pay for (free).You're much better off buying a well written textbook on any subject and following it through


Agree, I tend to only for go for courses on there by someone who had English as a first language and a decent CV/experience to backup their knowledge. Some of the SQL courses are excellent whereas some of the c# and MVC courses have been appalling from a security perspective.
7iain714/09/2019 13:56

If you wish to learn a programming language I would suggest Python 3X. …If you wish to learn a programming language I would suggest Python 3X. Jumping straight into an object oriented programming like C++ can be daunting, but it depends on the individuals capability.


Techie question.. I'm new to Python but thought I should learn 2.7 before I start 3 as apparently the two versions are vastly different and not compatible. Whats your take on this?
anthony6914/09/2019 18:03

Techie question.. I'm new to Python but thought I should learn 2.7 before …Techie question.. I'm new to Python but thought I should learn 2.7 before I start 3 as apparently the two versions are vastly different and not compatible. Whats your take on this?


next year will be the last update to python 2.7 ,then will only receive bug fixes I believe. Personally I would learn 3x because it will continually be updated.
Whatever programing language (or version) you use is never wasted time because you are teaching yourself to think in a structured logical way.
Edited by: "7iain7" 14th Sep
Can I be bothered to add these to my impressive collection of courses I haven't looked at though??
anthony6914/09/2019 18:03

Techie question.. I'm new to Python but thought I should learn 2.7 before …Techie question.. I'm new to Python but thought I should learn 2.7 before I start 3 as apparently the two versions are vastly different and not compatible. Whats your take on this?



Deffo go for 3 if you don't have experience and are not destined to maintain something that's written in 2.x. Everyone will soon want skills in 3.
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