Hello. I have tentatively dipped my foot into the world of online tutoring. I wanted to see if I could create a relatively simple and straightforward course for people to have a quick overview of something I know relatively well.
So I wrote a course about WordPress and what each part of the admin screen does and how you use it.
If you want to take a look a the course it’s on udemy.com and you can get it here:
I’m a great believer in adult education. Learning should not stop once you’ve gone through school. Lifelong learning is a great way to stay current, improve oneself and to increase opportunities in life.
Here they are:
Side Hustle: Develop the Skills you need to Succeed
What Is Programming?
Godot: Beginner to Advanced
Godot Game Engine — The Complete Course
Intro to Unreal Engine 4
Modern Java: The Big Picture
Beginner’s Guide to Project Management
Fundamentals of Agile Project Management
Play by Play: Visual Studio Live Share
Python: The Big Picture
Less: Getting Started
Game Character Concept Design Fundamentals
Play by Play: Software Development in Swift – Beyond IOS
Responsive Websites With Bootstrap 3
Introduction to CSS
React: The Big Picture
Vue.js: Big Picture
Angular: The Big Picture
Introduction to Logic Pro X
Alchemy Synth Fundamentals in Logic Pro
Introduction to Ableton Live 9
Python: Getting Started
Getting Started with Django CMS
Code School: Try Django
I’m fairly sure I’m going to be doing more courses and it looks like the focus is going to be on Django (because I have this idea of a web app that I want to build for myself), Python (because it can do anything–web, games, scripting for OS software like Blender, Krita, Inkscape, etc…, security, all sorts) and maybe Ruby / Ruby on Rails (because I’m impressed by the work of Basecamp and because the language principles seem to fit how I think).