Sounds like a reasonable deal. Based on the overview I can’t tell how much access (if any) you will have to an instructor. Also, I can’t tell if there are exercises included or if it’s just lectures. Seeing the information is one thing, but actually a practicing it is another. This may give you a good basis of understanding, but you will likely need to find additional exercises to practice on your own. I found Codepen to be a good resource for practice and it was highly used by the course I took. I paid $1700 for a full stack web course on Nucamp. I haven’t tried out $40 course like this so I can’t say how it compares. However, the course I took included access to an instructor all week, one class on Zoom per week, and plenty of prepared exercises between practically every lecture to practice what ya learn. Plus they update their curriculum based on student feedback constantly. $40? I’d say it’s worth a shot! But also shop around as I’ve seen a lot of similar courses offered
Anything marked up as $2300 and discounted to $40 is going to be a scam preying on you thinking one of them might be useful. Save yourself $20 and go research and buy the 1 rated programming course which would actually benefit you most.
Like cmon TMZ, you really think you're going to get a high quality course from a celebrity entertainment site?
Just buy a course from Udemy it's always only 10$ and the instructor replies to your questions within a short amount of time.
Wtf TMZ sell courses now?
yeah anyone who reduces their price from $2300 to $40 is ethically dubious
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