Multiple Free (Best Sellers & Highest Rated) Udemy Courses: Microsoft Excel, Full-Stack JavaScript, Internet of Things(IoT), Workplace etc
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Multiple Free (Best Sellers & Highest Rated) Udemy Courses: Microsoft Excel, Full-Stack JavaScript, Internet of Things(IoT), Workplace etc

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Thanks for sharing - i've enrolled in a lot of these courses. Just need to find more time to complete ALL of them - heat added
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Udemy has always had some good courses but sometimes their website does play up a bit?
Thanks for sharing - i've enrolled in a lot of these courses. Just need to find more time to complete ALL of them - heat added
Thanks!
Thanks for sharing :-)
Found one i dont own yet, thanks Op. I must be their best stooodent 😁
Thanks, I was looking for a JS course to re-jog my memory
anthony6916/05/2020 15:17

Found one i dont own yet, thanks Op. I must be their best stooodent …Found one i dont own yet, thanks Op. I must be their best stooodent 😁


I bet you have nightmares of someone hacking your account or some database error destroys all your course membership details.
anthony6916/05/2020 15:17

Found one i dont own yet, thanks Op. I must be their best stooodent …Found one i dont own yet, thanks Op. I must be their best stooodent 😁


I didn't pay a penny so not in the slightest.
Thank you
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Looking for a good Tableau course.

I browsed Udemy for the last 30 minutes and remembered what irks me. The price of courses changes every few minutes. It's laughable how the udemy app, Chrome mobile, Chrome desktop, x2 Incognito mode all provide different prices - which constantly change and creep up. Which smartass thought it was a clever idea to replicate the airline industry? It's a bloody education website you morons! You're supposed to browse, discover and research until you find something. It has nothing in common with booking flights! And nobody is going to pay £199.99 for 7 hours of content that isn't accredited. Why bother with DFS pricing?!

/rant

ONline learning is the way to go. Lifelong learning too. Udemy have a stupid business model - they need to concentrate on retention and people actually finishing courses. The statistics are horrific. Few get past the first 10% of a course.
Good to see you giving credit for the source of the courses and codes.

Unlike some of the others on here who claim to of done the work of "handpicking" themselves...
Thank you very much for sharing.
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