Git a Web Developer Job: Mastering the Modern Workflow
12 reviews for Git a Web Developer Job: Mastering the Modern Workflow
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Steve Stout –
I was very happy with the course through the first half. Brad is very thorough in his explanations and covering details. Unfortunately, the course is at least 4 years old and he has made some updates. But ultimately the updates are even more confusing because it’s putting bandaids here and there while older material still remains. I’m still working on the last section – building the site for production. Two more videos to go and hoping it will work once I complete this Section.
Brad is a good instructor and very knowledgeable but ultimately my experience was as disappointing as it was enjoyable and enlightening.
Kanaihya Kumar –
It was really great to uncover more ad more on web development world. I really appreciate your hard works and all your efforts to make this tutorial for us. Thank you so much.
Philipp Kayser –
Sehr gut, vor allem weil der Moderator langsam und deutlich spricht und ausführlich erklärt. Das macht es auch für nicht englische Muttersprachler einfach, Inhalte nachzuvollziehen.
Saabbir Hossain –
Thank you for helping me to learn new things.
Roshan Dongare –
Learnt a lot through this course. I love the way he teaches. Got to know various industry best practices.
Joaquim MEDA –
Excellente formation. Très détaillée. Merci !
Jonathan luna –
This was a great course. I highly recommend it.
Mike pry –
Excellent course! Brad is an awesome teacher. He explains the subject very well and is very patient. I really enjoyed this course. Thanks brad!
Emmanuel Everardo Rodriguez Hernandez –
Excelente Curso, me ayudo mucho a mejorar el desorden que tenia en mis proyectos…
Stephen Herd –
Great course. I enjoyed all the topics though I found some more meaningful than others. Some of the content is a little dated.
Jan Varmuza –
The course is great, everything works and it doesn’t matter that it feels a bit older from time to time. Personally I’d say it’s not meant for complete beginners as you need to know quite a lot, and I don’t mean that you should be able to apply everything, but you can get easily overwhelmed. I keep forgetting which is frustrating but I can appreciate the scope and effort that Brad put in the course. Sometimes you can have the feeling that it’s only following the instructor’s ideas and that he hasn’t explained them at all. The field of development is so complex and extensive that you need to be really patient. Thanks Brad and good luck to all.
Carlos Guevara –
I really liked the format of this course. It is a direct and immediate hands-on approach that doesn’t bog you down with either theory, history, or unnecessary side-rambles about programming. I prefer to be shown how to put something together in an “apprenticeship” fashion and slowly discover its intricacies as I develop. Most other course formats and boot camps bombard their learners with excessive and many times useless information.
Kudos to Brad Schiff for putting together this course and for doing his best to keep the content up-to-date. This latter bit is not by any means an easy task, given the incredibly fast rate at which technology and programming change in a very short time.
My advice to new students is to read Brad’s notes, download all the relevant course files to double-check your work, and use the same package versions he is using throughout. Deviating from either one of these recommendations will create confusion and frustration.
On a final note, and this is very important from my perspective, Brad’s presentation is clear and well-paced. His voice, pronunciation, and diction are also perfect!