If you love to learn, check out the outstanding classes at Udemy. Thousands of online courses are being discounted right now, so you can invest in a new skill — even if you’re on a budget. Whether you want to learn how to design a business logo or how to speak Arabic, there’s something here for just about every area of interest. And if you’re trying to brush up on your development skills, here are some top-notch recommendations.
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If you’re trying to break into the world of web development, consider taking “the complete web developer’s course” by Rob Percival. Even if you’ve never done any serious web development before, this class will run you through the process from start to finish. And even if you’re just trying to knock some of the rust off of your dev skills, this is absolutely $10 well spent.
Want to make some money on the side with your own mobile apps? You can learn to develop for Android with this course from Tim Buchalka and Jean-Paul Roberts, or learn how to create apps using Swift for iOS with this course from Rick Walter. The best part? All you need is a PC or Mac to get started — no need to have a specific smartphone or tablet. Just watch the videos, and follow along.
If game development is what you really care about, try out the course “learn to code by making games” by Ben Tristem. For just $10, you’ll get 302 detailed lectures spread over the course of 51 hours. Whether your game dev skills are rusty or lacking completely, this class will give you everything you need to start making fantastic modern video games using the Unity engine.
None of those fit your interests? Maybe this Chess course from Greg Vanderford will strike your fancy. If you’re looking to improve your learning skills, the course “Become a SuperLearner” by Prof. Anna Goldentouch, Jonathan Levi, and Dr. Lev Goldentouch is definitely worth your time. And if you’re dying to start a podcast, this audio production course from Ian Robinson will set you on the right path.
Most of the instruction for these courses is being done through pre-recorded lectures, but some programs also offer supplementary materials and incentives (like free tools or assets). Of course, these classes can never replace a fully interactive education, but they’re an affordable stepping stone to a more comprehensive understanding of your trade or hobby.
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