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Free Photoshop Beginners Mastery: Zero to Hero in Photoshop course on Udemy with coupon code
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zaphodbeeb13 h, 36 m ago

Expired? Click on a coupon code to filterLEARN_PHOTOSHOP has sold …Expired? Click on a coupon code to filterLEARN_PHOTOSHOP has sold outAFFVDAYMD is appliedShowing 10.99...


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whydoiwastemytimehere26th Jan

Thanks found it: my browser/windows "paper" setting was almost the same …Thanks found it: my browser/windows "paper" setting was almost the same colour as the add code box, so didnt see it.


Interesting browser you have there?, hehehe. :-D
Thanks found it: my browser/windows "paper" setting was almost the same colour as the add code box, so didnt see it.
whydoiwastemytimehere24th Jan

Nowhere to enter the coupon code. Just a checkout process. So its £10.99 …Nowhere to enter the coupon code. Just a checkout process. So its £10.99 not free.


There is you have to add to cart and under there is a option to add the code ( copy and paste)
Update 15/2 - Nearly All Courses now £10.99 @ Udemy eg The Complete Web Developer in 2018: Zero to Mastery £10.99 / Complete Java Masterclass now £10.99
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Update 15/2 - Offer on again Udemy have a flash sale on courses at the moment, not sure when it will end, so be quick if you want to sign up for something! Nearly All courses are… Read more
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jddavis21 h, 29 m ago

thanks tuscan, ill take a look and probably will PM you!


I'd avoid paying for a course with the basics of HTML and CSS there are loads of those on YouTube for free.

I'd suggest checking out thenetninja, thenewboston, traversymedia, codecourse (formerly PHPAcademy) or LearnCode.Academy.

I've used them all, and have been extremely happy with the content and presentation.

Once you've got a basic idea, and know what sort of thing you'd like to learn... Then look at more advanced topics, and consider paying on Udemy etc if you find something you like.
Tuscan91518 h, 32 m ago

https://www.udemy.com/the-web-developer-bootcamp/https://www.udemy.com/build-website-scratch/I'd have said either of these to begin with. You'll want to start learning HTML and CSS as these are the basis for all websites, then move onto Javascript. If you want further advice just PM me and I'll be glad to help! It's a steep learning curve but after enough experience it starts to become clear


thanks tuscan, ill take a look and probably will PM you!
jddavis6 h, 21 m ago

no experience. no idea which but im keen to learn!


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udemy.com/bui…ch/


I'd have said either of these to begin with. You'll want to start learning HTML and CSS as these are the basis for all websites, then move onto Javascript. If you want further advice just PM me and I'll be glad to help! It's a steep learning curve but after enough experience it starts to become clear
Tuscan91520 h, 2 m ago

How much experience do you have already? Also were you looking at front …How much experience do you have already? Also were you looking at front end development or back end?


no experience. no idea which but im keen to learn!
jddavis15th Feb

do you know which is the best web developper course on here?


How much experience do you have already? Also were you looking at front end development or back end?
Learn QA Automation Testing using Cucumber, Selenium & Java to Develop a Framework in 2.5 Hours!
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I have just completed this free Udemy course ( https://imgur.com/a/BZlHN ). Highly recommended for anyone interested in QA Automation Testing using Selenium Webdriver, Cucumber BD… Read more
super-twisted1 h, 2 m ago

That's a fantastic post spritey.I work in quite a small QA team and we are …That's a fantastic post spritey.I work in quite a small QA team and we are all doing manual testing currently (as few of our products are convenient for automated testing and we have a shortage of skills in that area), but I have a view on automation for the future as our platform is due to change to a SaaS/API driven model in the coming years. I had a lot of questions about where to even start but your post serves as an excellent reference point. Many thanks!


No problem mate.

Yeah automation can be a bit of a journey.

When you do start make sure you look at things like docker and Selenium GRID, very quickly you'll hit a wall in terms of execution time with just one runner so you'll want multiple to spin up and run the pack to reduce time. Few places have also been using AWS Lambda to do the same aswell (Look up Lamdium).

If you ever need a hand with your approach drop me a PM.
spritey17 h, 27 m ago

Hi,I've been working in Test for 12 years, work as a Test Manager.ISTQB …Hi,I've been working in Test for 12 years, work as a Test Manager.ISTQB isn't needed, it's one of those things some big corporates will mention in job specs but it's getting less popular.. When I look at CVs or interview testers, it plays zero part in my decision. Having got the certification years ago myself, it teaches you very little.Primary skills you want to pickup with current industry trends...- Automation, Cucumber / BDD frameworks. Start with Java as languages like a Ruby, Python or Groovy can be learned more easily after.- Jenkins or other orestration tool. You want to get familiar with creating and running your own jobs for your automation. - SoapUI. Get familiar with testing APIs, also building your own mock services.- jMeter. Get some basics of performance testing. Learn the difference between Load, Soak, Stress etc. It's a relatively easy tool to learn.- SQL. Learn the basics, joining tables and databases. Aliases within your queries etc.- Exploratory Testing. Read up on session based testing.- Agile. Read up on Scrum and Kanban, as these are the dominate methods used for delivery in an agile environment. Get to know the ceremonies and familiar with JIRA as it's probably the biggest tool used now.Some "Nice to haves"...- AWS.. Learn the basics, uDemy course can help you but you mainly want to understand what it is, get your first EC2 instance running etc. - Hadoop... Quite a bit of demand for "Big Data" testers. Research it and have a play.- BASH scripting. Handy to have with many companies turning to Linux to reduce costs.Get yourself to spend meetups, plenty of testing ones to meet people in the industry.Testing can be a mammoth subject, the above just gives you some broad skills for most jobs.To give yourself a better chance in future interviews, create an automated test pack which demonstrates some simple BDD driven tests run via Jenkins and build using a Page Object Model. Bring it along on a laptop and actually offer to run through it, gives the person interviewing you allot of confidence you can hit the ground running with it as you'll have no hands on work experience.


That's a fantastic post spritey.

I work in quite a small QA team and we are all doing manual testing currently (as few of our products are convenient for automated testing and we have a shortage of skills in that area), but I have a view on automation for the future as our platform is due to change to a SaaS/API driven model in the coming years.

I had a lot of questions about where to even start but your post serves as an excellent reference point.

Many thanks!
Thanks to all who contributed,, the field sounds interesting. Am looking around to update my skills too. Might take up spritey on his offer sometime. Cheers.
Chiptivo17 m ago

There was a huge post that has just vanished I think about what to look …There was a huge post that has just vanished I think about what to look for when employing. Totally get that. Been a tester fo a while and the skills listed are so much more worthwhile than the iseb. It was a very good post.


Thanks, yeah I edited it and go flagged for review... Back now..

Just a general note to anyone. If you're new or looking to get into Testing, feel free to drop me a PM on here and we can have a Skype call if you want advice.
There was a huge post that has just vanished I think about what to look for when employing. Totally get that.
Been a tester fo a while and the skills listed are so much more worthwhile than the iseb.
It was a very good post.
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Free Udemy - iOS 11 & Swift 4: The Complete Developer Course
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Not sure how helpful this would be, seems like an intro dev course. Might come in handy learning your way around app internals for tweaks for those that are interested. First deal … Read more
scooby3592nd Jan

Really agree with in$anity - I'm doing a full time software engineering …Really agree with in$anity - I'm doing a full time software engineering degree but went for a job interview with a software developer and felt completely lost! I've done a few courses like this and ebooks and while they can teach you a lot, they're often out of date because the tech changes so fast. Good place to start for a hobby though! Anyone interested in Android btw can find some free courses written by Google here - https://eu.udacity.com/courses/android


Nice one, thanx.

Thanx also OP.

Any more for any more guy's?, hehehehehe. :-D
£10.99 for me!
Kurfew9 h, 27 m ago

I'm a full time Software Dev Engineer and wouldn't reccomend this as an …I'm a full time Software Dev Engineer and wouldn't reccomend this as an intro to programming / software dev at any level whether it's free or not


Do you recommend to hire you as a private teacher thou?
OP .. for future reference, Freebies should be placed in Freebies, and Deals in Deals ...

Your Posting is purely a Freebie (and not Deal), so wrongly placed - I also almost missed this one on account of similar, but it's all good though (as I had HUKD in Highlights mode, I got to see your thing still, lol).

Just an early head's up for you for future reference etc? (as you're an HUKD Posting Newbie (for now?). :-)

Good Freebie by the way. :-)
I'm a full time Software Dev Engineer and wouldn't reccomend this as an intro to programming / software dev at any level whether it's free or not
Conquer your 2018 resolutions with online courses for only £10.99! @ Udemy
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The courses are often on sale (I wouldn't ever pay the "full" £200 price!) but £10.99 is the cheapest I've seen in a while. Lots of different topics to choose from, including e-co… Read more
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Udemy - Thousands of Online Courses from £12
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Just got into the boat of learning Web Development to a greater scale, and come across a site wide sale which end soon, with course from only £12 Some best selling courses you may… Read more
There's regularly a deal on that site, but this is good exposure for anyone who isn't aware of it. The rrps are over inflated to be sure, but there are some great deals.

I've taken 5 this year alone and am working through a java course, 70 hours of material for about a tenner, that's a bargain!

Oh and if you're feeling sneaky, apparently you can purchase them via a US vpn and pay the dollar price
Misleading title - You only get one course for £12 not thousands
Use ProgrammingBuddy.com there's always free courses there from Udemy which actually includes several you've listed above.
I've always seen it at £10 previously, have the put up the prices recently
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Hundreds of courses on UDemy now down to £10 - Edit BACK for Black Friday
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OK, so they do this once a year, and yes it's just to drive new business to their site BUT that being said some of the courses on Udemy are fantastic and shouldn't be snubbed at. I… Read more
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SavageDonkey21st Aug

Even cheaper if you buy in dollars.. can still pay with uk PayPal account.


how to change currency to USD? any idea? Thanks
jumperclown16th Nov

great post, 3 courses subscribed, saving £570EDIT: 5 courses for £50, s …great post, 3 courses subscribed, saving £570EDIT: 5 courses for £50, saving near enough £950much obliged OP


It's addictive to buy them lol....

I got what was supposed to be a motivational email from them "You've done this now go further" type thing....

"You've completed 1 minute of training"
This site sells courses for £10 most of the year.
May need a vpn or browser proxy for first order but my account is set to USA now...PayPal does the exchange for you.
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SavageDonkey21st Aug

Even cheaper if you buy in dollars.. can still pay with uk PayPal account.

How do you change it to dollars?
Udemy Online Learning - HUGE sale - many courses on sale for £10  ENDS TODAY
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There seem to be 100's of courses on offer at a huge discount, from IT and certification to photography and lifestyle stuff. I bought 4 at $10.00 USD each - plus Topcashback of 17… Read more
Buy from the Android app as it's £8.99 for the courses.
suze.ro



Says it all really.
suze.ro


Did you buy any of the courses yourself?
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GazmoX

Do they have courses on how to recognise something totally worthless?



Yes, that would be useful for those of us who DON'T know everything already
Edited by: "suze.ro" 28th Feb 2017
Do they have courses on how to recognise something totally worthless?