Udemy’s Annual Black Friday Sale For Web Development Courses

Udemy’s Annual Black Friday Sale For Web Development Courses

Friday, 11/20/2015

Udemy, one of the largest marketplaces for online courses is holding its annual Black Friday sale which prices every course from $10 to $15 before November 27th. The sale started on Wednesday, November 18 with all classes costing only $10. The price will rise by one dollar every two days until November 27.

WHAT IS UDEMY OFFERING FOR WEB DEVELOPERS? HERE ARE SOME TECHNOLOGIES AND LANGUAGES?

For web development, Udemy has courses on everything from

  • Ruby
  • PHP
  • WordPress
  • Joomla
  • .NET
  • SEO
  • Social Media Marketing

For those people desiring improved web development skills, this is a great place to go. Web Designer Mall lists courses in many categories of web development at https://www.webdesignermall.com/web-design-courses and the list is always improving.

GROWING WEB DEVELOPMENT/DESIGN COURSES

Among the most popular web design courses growing right now on Udemy are Re-Design Any Website To Make More Money and Make Money With WordPress as a WordPress Expert For 2015. These are courses which we have taken and found great information with. The instructor is offering the coupon code BLACKFRIDAY2015 for these courses for $10 throughout the Black Friday even after prices rise.

COMPARING UDEMY TO YOUTUBE

How do these videos compare to watching them for free on YouTube? Most videos on YouTube are usually separate from the overall topic without offering a series. Although about 5% of YouTube authors offer series in web development, Udemy’s benefits outweigh YouTubes since every course is a series of video lectures, quizzes, and projects. YouTube does not offer quizzes or projects and therefore is not a real source for online video courses.

OTHER COURSE MARKETPLACES SERVING THE WEB DESIGN INDUSTRY

Other course marketplaces include Coursera are also very effective in offering video lecture series, but they are not running a holiday promotion at the time, so most of their paid courses are still at full price at the time of thise writing.Udemy offers courses for free as well, but the good quality courses are very hard to find, so the paid courses offer information and training that are much more comprehensive and complete.