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All Udemy Deals, Discounts & Sales for November 2018

Udemy - Black Friday £9.99 courses (or ~£7.70 with Revolut)
23/11/2018Expires on 23/11/2018Found 9 h, 54 m agoFound 9 h, 54 m ago
Seems to be most popular courses (or at least all the ones I saw) for £9.99 Or use a US VPN* + Revolut or similar and pay in USD ($9.99 ~ £7.70) May be cheaper in other currencie… Read more

a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.thanks for taking the time to share your deal with us today.heat added :)


They appear to be always on sale these days. Also, not liking their dodgy pricing policy. £9.99 is not the same as €9.99 or $9.99. I've complained about this multiple times without any good answer from their customer support. Showing up as €9.99 for me but more often than not, when I reach the bit to checkout, it just changes the price to the original one and errors out saying I'm not entitled to the discount. I don't have any courses I need to buy at the moment, so I'm unable to test it for this deal.


Udemy encouraged users to add some courses to wish list 'in preparation' for Black Friday sale. So I did. They were priced at 9.99 supposedly down from 39.99 BEFORE the 'big sale' they're still 9.99 now. I'm sure they'll need to put the price up next week to justify the whole sale idea but so far I have not seen a full price course there yet (maybe it is just for what I'm interested in). Nevertheless consideing no price change after they were drumming he Black Friday sale not a deal in my eyes, sorry.

UDEMY COURSES @ £10.99  Ends soon be quick! (up to 90% off)
Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
Udemy is a site where you can learn through watching videos. They have high quality videos for a wide variety of courses. Just search what you want and see if they have it. Almost … Read more
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you aren't rating their approach to 'discounts' this is a quid or two cheaper than usual, so should be hot.


Voted hot, a course I wanted last week is cheaper now and I’ve purchased it.


I will take a look at the latest offers when I have completed the 13 courses that I got for free recently, by using a HUKD code!


UDemy pricing is "interesting" to say the least. They always have sales and depending on time of day, PC being used, logged in or not....you can be given a price anywhere between £5-£100+. Some courses are very good though but their supposed sales are to trusted as much as the ones from furniture stores or Sports Direct


a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.thanks very much for taking the time to share your find today.heat added :)

200 Udemy Course for Free
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Udemy is the leading global marketplace for teaching and learning, connecting students everywhere to the world’s best instruction anywhere. 200 course from technology, music &… Read more


lol, you're the troll here. the certificates have no impact on the value of the course and neither do the availability of books.


It's the moon having it's effect on Grilly. Stop crying there's a good chap. move on little fella.


'the prosecution rests your honour'



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Practical Lightroom - Learn Lightroom by Working with Images @Udemy
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Adding to my previous find, here is another free (via code) Lightroom course on Udemy. You need to have Lightroom Software. Description from the course page: This course is desig… Read more



Thank you I've started using lightroom over the last few months, sure this will help me out :-)






Nice one

Kubernetes from A to Z @ udemy
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Master the best open-source system for automating deployment, scaling and managing containerized applications. Description This course is an excellent introduction to Kubernetes,… Read more

Runs Docker containers


Says the coupon you enteted has sold out. EXPIRED?


sold out


This similar to Docker?


Expire the deal, sold out.

Lightroom Master Class-Edit Images Like a Pro+Free Presets @ Udemy
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
What Will I Learn? You will be an expert in Adobe Lightroom Classic or Adobe Lightroom You will be an Expert in Raw Image Processing in Adobe Lightroom Classic You will be an E… Read more

Thanks op... got it working on a new registration.


You got a link?


I wasn't serious either, so don't watch your back :-P


I’ve just completed and it was £0 use the code RAINING10K


Showing 19.99 for me.. and after entering the code .. it asking for payout.... any clue?

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Udemy  Intro to PHP Web Application Development with Symfony FREE
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Intro to PHP Web Application Development with SymfonyLearn the basics of webapp development with the Symfony PHP framework in this practical course. Free no code required

Direct Link: https://www.udemy.com/intro-to-php-web-application-development-with-symfony/


Got a really good Laravel course I paid for which uses a lot of Symfony packages, just sitting there... think I did the first hour and then tried to learn some Chinese. God damn... added this as well anyway.

15 Python Courses for free @udemy
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Coupoin Code: OCT_SPL New Python courses at udemy for free.. https://www.udemy.com/python-pyramid-web-dev-beginners/ https://www.udemy.com/python-gui-programming-using-tkin… Read more

The best advice I can give you is to build a non-work portfolio - Contribute to open source projects - Make git contributions - Blog on Medium or another platform - Build side projects using your code These are far more important than a CV in today's world. I have hired developers with a single page CV but a long history of git contributions to an open source framework. Build, build, comment, build, comment, blog, comment, build and then build some more. Profit.


Thanks :) gives me hope


Not with the sheer amount of tech roles. I work in tech at the minute and I get 2-3 job offers a week to my inbox or LinkedIn.




Thanks for this, I'm learning so much in AI and Python, and tutorials have been invaluable. Here's some things I wrote along my way of learning: https://dalybulge.blogspot.com/ (ninja)

Learn to Code with Ruby (Udemy)
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
A comprehensive introduction to coding with the Ruby programming language. Complete beginners welcome!

Worked for me on 13th October, not expired.


Showing as 11.99 again. Marking as expired.


From a hardware perspective the cloud is someone else's machine, from a software perspective you have IAAS, PAAS and SAAS (and others). IAAS = choose what you like, the others are more restrictive on what you can use. Oddly enough the company I work for used to use Rackspace, but they moved away from them for financial reasons


Ah whatever it might have sucked but it's always been possible it's just that windows is not a good choice for a lot of reasons unless you plan on using a Windows based deployment server as I've always believed in developing in the same os as you're deploying to or at least a similar one, Mac and Linux for web is obvious choice. Azure is an interesting choice and python on Azure seems an even more interesting choice when there appears to be better options out there but each to their own. I know a lot of people who use it, they're happy enough. There's a different way of thinking for Windows based developers and, frankly, I don't get it. I see from your previous comment when you said the language that is easiest to use with the cloud was simply because you were still referring to the choice between ruby and python and becuase you use Azure. I reccomend Rackspace. And again a tl:dr for "the cloud" to uninitiated is "the cloud is a meaningless concept which describes virtual machines which underneath all the words are actual real machines like before 'the cloud' was ever talked about" or "there really is no cloud" there is only the present where computers are better than they used to be. So like you say if you're developing for "the cloud" (??) then choose whatever you like. Good luck everyone.


tldr: Pick whichever language you like. Personally I'd go for the most popular one. This is purely from an Azure perspective, as I said in my original comment, and in the long term it doesn't matter, as I said in my original comment I wasn't talking about virtual machines (IAAS), I was thinking about everything else which with Azure is lot. App Services DO now support Ruby, they didn't until a year ago, you'd have to check each part. e.g. Azure functions support Python but don't support Ruby https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/supported-languages This kind of sums it up. If you don't agree with the comment I'll let you take it up with Mr Hanselman https://www.hanselman.com/blog/RubyOnRailsOnAzureAppServiceWebSitesWithLinuxAndUbuntuOnWindows10.aspx "Running Ruby on Rails on Windows has historically sucked. Most of the Ruby/Rails folks are Mac and Linux users and haven't focused on getting Rails to be usable for daily development on Windows" I'm guessing you're Linux based, I would argue that someone asking for a first programming language is likely to be Windows based

UDEMY course starting £9.99 ONLY
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
UDEMY courses starting £9.99 ONLY. Just follow the link!
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Frosty due to Udemy courses always on offer.


Their "deals" start every single week... Not so exceptional then.


Hi @dilanperera thanks for posting and welcome to HUKD Not all courses are £9.99 I'm afraid, so I've edited the title / OP. It actually says "Study any topic, anytime. Explore thousands of courses starting at £9.99 each."

£9.99 Sitewide Sale at Udemy - Get any course for only £9.99 until 14th May | @ Udemy.com
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Tons of great courses to learn new things. Here's a few top rated courses down from £100-200 to only £9.99 - The Web Developer Bootcamp The Complete Cyber Security Course :… Read more

I finished the Udemy course on Photoshop today and loved it, even if the guy sounded like he really needed a fag break by the end. I may try one on inDesign next.


Tempted by the complete cyber security! Is it worth bothering with? Maybe free alternatives listed on here? Or better off with YouTube? Tedtalks etc?


currency trick only worth it if you are buying a few courses, otherwise hardly worth it to save a little more than a pound however, you could save more if you go thru tcb 25% cashback for udemy, assuming you get it


The photography masterclass now has a version 2.0


Just wondering if you know which currency would give the biggest discount?

Courses sale on udemy
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
All courses £11.99 until midnight. Not sure about the rrp but have heard some good comments about the content.

You can get these for $9.99 if you use VPN. which makes it around £7 or £8 each


it may not be a "sale" but the price is £10.99 (shock)


It wasn’t all courses. The deal is still running for another four or five hours as it must be on east coast USA time. Most courses are not worth it though so don’t feel you’ve missed out. If you’re looking at a course and think the price has gone up since you saw it last then open a private window or clear cookies as Udemy boosts prices if you’ve visited before.


Lots of these Udemy courses keep popping up don’t forget Cashback available via Topcashback (think it’s about 15%) and Quidco currently 20% got to be worth going via one of them if already opting for a course


yep, that's the one. you have to buy one of these .. .. to be able to do every aspect of the course, but they're cheap enough - £10-£12 quid. You can complete the course without one, but it does advise getting one if you want to do every aspect of it.

FREE Udemy Courses inc. Learn Photoshop, SEO Training, Web Design + more
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
This is a fantastic website to get paid for Udemy courses for free. A few ones that stand out for me are: Learn Adobe Photoshop | 33 episode course | Udemy Stock Market from S… Read more
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Any help?


I want a course that will teach me android apps developments. Where do you suggest I go?


No longer free. Should have registered when I had the chance. :(


Nice one


Thanks! Will defo check these out (y)

The Complete 2018 Fullstack Web Developer Course FREE on Udemy
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Learn HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, jQuery, Ajax & MySQL from scratch! Build a login system at the end! Completely free, including the certificate at the end. I'm w… Read more



Damn! Anyone know of a good HTML5/CSS3 intermediate course?


Ahh, that's a shame. I've expired it, thanks for letting me know.




Cold saying "The coupon code entered has sold out."!?

100's of Free courses with Udemy  e.g. Android & ios apps development - Beginner Guitar Lessons (see OP)
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
There are a range of free courses at Udemy, need to use the links below as they apply the different codes to make the below free (if you go direct there would be a cost for the cou… Read more
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JavaScript for beginners with live examples any new code?


Impressive work put into this.


You can download lectures via the Udemy app. Unfortunately there appears to be a bug with the download to SD card option - but a fix has been promised.


Hmm good work! Heat added. I wish I could find a way to download it I have a long plane journey coming up...


Why so much best here? Don't you think Cybrary better and totally free ?

Free Photoshop Beginners Mastery: Zero to Hero in Photoshop course on Udemy with coupon code
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Photoshop Beginners Mastery: Zero to Hero in Photoshop Use coupon code: LEARN_PHOTOSHOP Includes: 2.5 hours on-demand video 3 Articles 1 Supplemental Resource Full lif… Read more
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Smart thinking Bat Man. :-)


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


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.


There is you have to add to cart and under there is a option to add the code ( copy and paste)

Update 2nd April - 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
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Update 02/04 - 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 a… Read more
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Not sure! But £1 is R$5 now so it should be even cheaper than it was.


Do you reckon Brazil is still cheapest country to sign up under?


Cheers for that. Seems you might have to clear your cache as well otherwise the second result doesn't appear. All sorted now.


Ahh, you're right. It doesn't work if you just visit the site and enter the code. You have to click through an affiliate link, not sure if I can post it here but if you google 'Udemy code' and click through the second result in google and click All Courses $9.99 each.. it makes them £9.99.


Not working for me

Learn QA Automation Testing using Cucumber, Selenium & Java to Develop a Framework in 2.5 Hours!
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
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

You dont need to take training. Just pay for the exam.(£174) https://certifications.bcs.org/category/15574 Read the materials online, watch youtube videos. Considering your experience in industry its not going to be difficult for you to understand. Dont spend any money on training. Although employers might not insist on it, it looks good on your cv(since you don't have relevant experience), it means when somebody decides recruit you as a junior tester, he/she does not need to train you as much. As any question you got, I will try to find info for you.


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.


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.


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.

Free Udemy - iOS 11 & Swift 4: The Complete Developer Course
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
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

Nice one, thanx. Thanx also OP. Any more for any more guy's?, hehehehehe. :-D


£10.99 for me!


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
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
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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Free with the Open uni http://www.open.edu/openlearn/search-results?as_q=code


I need a load of coloured pencils, hot from me


You're welcome. :D


Thanks for that


Why pay when available for free? Clicky link.