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ChrisRX08/02/2020 13:34

Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, …Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, there's an extremely high ratio of crap to quality courses.So while it may not cost you any money, it may cost a lot of your time watching bad quality courses. Sometimes it pays to invest a bit of money in something that's high quality



In terms of programming and web dev it's very easy to find truly excellent courses on Udemy. In terms of other fields I don't know but I generally check out Reddit subs so in my field of interest I check r/webdev and r/learnprogramming amongst others.

I can list what I've researched as being good teachers on Udemy but I can only list web dev for the reason I gave above being my field of interest.

Courses by the following instructors are all excellent:

Maximilian Schwarzmüller
jonas schmedtmann
brad traversy
stephen grider
Wes Bos
Andrei Neagoie
Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th Feb
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Thanks, went for the Python one but code haa already expired..

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anthony6908/02/2020 12:44

Thanks, went for the Python one but code haa already expired..[Image]


Same, expired.
Here's one from me, may have been posted before but I haven't seen it, well worth doing this course if you're starting out with Web Dev and in true tradition it's FREE >

udemy.com/cou…t=0
Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, there's an extremely high ratio of crap to quality courses.

So while it may not cost you any money, it may cost a lot of your time watching bad quality courses. Sometimes it pays to invest a bit of money in something that's high quality
ChrisRX08/02/2020 13:34

Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, …Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, there's an extremely high ratio of crap to quality courses.So while it may not cost you any money, it may cost a lot of your time watching bad quality courses. Sometimes it pays to invest a bit of money in something that's high quality



In terms of programming and web dev it's very easy to find truly excellent courses on Udemy. In terms of other fields I don't know but I generally check out Reddit subs so in my field of interest I check r/webdev and r/learnprogramming amongst others.

I can list what I've researched as being good teachers on Udemy but I can only list web dev for the reason I gave above being my field of interest.

Courses by the following instructors are all excellent:

Maximilian Schwarzmüller
jonas schmedtmann
brad traversy
stephen grider
Wes Bos
Andrei Neagoie
Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th Feb
Thanks
fishmaster08/02/2020 15:15

In terms of programming and web dev it's very easy to find truly excellent …In terms of programming and web dev it's very easy to find truly excellent courses on Udemy. In terms of other fields I don't know but I generally check out Reddit subs so in my field of interest I check r/webdev and r/learnprogramming amongst others. I can list what I've researched as being good teachers on Udemy but I can only list web dev for the reason I gave above being my field of interest. Courses by the following instructors are all excellent: Maximilian Schwarzmüllerjonas schmedtmannbrad traversystephen griderWes BosAndrei Neagoie


Good point,

There's no need for people to be scaremongering about udemy.

Anyone who can comprehend a 5 star rating system can play.
Has anyone written a script to 'auto apply' for these yet? If so please PM me, or if you'd like to collab on one
ChrisRX08/02/2020 13:34

Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, …Be aware that as anyone without any credentials can sell courses on udemy, there's an extremely high ratio of crap to quality courses.So while it may not cost you any money, it may cost a lot of your time watching bad quality courses. Sometimes it pays to invest a bit of money in something that's high quality


I think people go by feedback and preview of what’s being delivered. What’s great about these courses is you can learn at your own pace and find the quality no different than a classroom environment if not better without the distractions. Also just because you can pay thousands for a supposedly “better” level of tuition will not make you a clever clog. Heated for the find.
theone109/02/2020 10:04

I think people go by feedback and preview of what’s being delivered. W …I think people go by feedback and preview of what’s being delivered. What’s great about these courses is you can learn at your own pace and find the quality no different than a classroom environment if not better without the distractions. Also just because you can pay thousands for a supposedly “better” level of tuition will not make you a clever clog. Heated for the find.



Oh I'm not talking about spending thousands, I'm a self-taught software developer by trade myself. I mean there's tons of cheap or free resources that come highly recommended. Plenty of books, video courses, websites, pluralsight, etc.

I'm not saying these will definitely be crap, I'm just saying that spending your time studying the first free course that pops up rather than researching cheap/free courses that are highly recommended might be a waste of time in the long run.

(I know this from experience when I signed up to a web dev course, and stopped when the woman said that you should try and combine as much onto one line as possible because all the whitespace after a line would make the file too big and slow to load)
ChrisRX09/02/2020 11:54

Oh I'm not talking about spending thousands, I'm a self-taught software …Oh I'm not talking about spending thousands, I'm a self-taught software developer by trade myself. I mean there's tons of cheap or free resources that come highly recommended. Plenty of books, video courses, websites, pluralsight, etc. I'm not saying these will definitely be crap, I'm just saying that spending your time studying the first free course that pops up rather than researching cheap/free courses that are highly recommended might be a waste of time in the long run.(I know this from experience when I signed up to a web dev course, and stopped when the woman said that you should try and combine as much onto one line as possible because all the whitespace after a line would make the file too big and slow to load)


Sounds like the person who came up with minify

A professional whitespace removing optimisation technique; so who knows maybe she had a point
ChrisRX09/02/2020 11:54

Oh I'm not talking about spending thousands, I'm a self-taught software …Oh I'm not talking about spending thousands, I'm a self-taught software developer by trade myself. I mean there's tons of cheap or free resources that come highly recommended. Plenty of books, video courses, websites, pluralsight, etc. I'm not saying these will definitely be crap, I'm just saying that spending your time studying the first free course that pops up rather than researching cheap/free courses that are highly recommended might be a waste of time in the long run.(I know this from experience when I signed up to a web dev course, and stopped when the woman said that you should try and combine as much onto one line as possible because all the whitespace after a line would make the file too big and slow to load)


So, on that note, any decent freebie/cheap course recommendations then?, lol, or ... thanx.

As for this bit:

"and stopped when the woman said that you should try and combine as much onto one line as possible because all the whitespace after a line would make the file too big and slow to load".

I can't say for sure, but maybe she had one too many sherries that day, who knows?, lol.

Joke's aside, maybe what she was trying to say (though clearly badly!, lol), was along the lines of making it look cleaner by having it reel off of, eg. 2 pages alone, as opposed to say 10 pages instead, or something?.

Though ironically, the total opposite will inevitably rather prove true, lol.

At the end of the day, the majority of any code is just endless amounts of text anyway, and how many megabytes of text at all does text take anyway? (not much - unless of course you choose to implement a load of fancy fancy characters along with it, etc etc, ofcourse?, then, who truly knows ... lol).
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