Recently, Andrei Neagoie’s zero to mastery got a 2020 update and looked appealing to me. I do have Colt Steele’s Web development bootcamp, but i felt that it was outdated and the projects weren’t interesting? Do anyone have anything to say about Andrei’s course?
Hi @revenstar2, sorry for the late reply.
I have recently started to follow Andrei Neagoie’s corse on Udemy and I must say that so far it’s extremely good.
He explains the concepts in a wonderful way.
I also like the fact that he is also teaching how to use Stripe API and GraphQL, which both are something I have wanted to learn for a while.
Honestly, I think that the 13€ euros price is WAY worth it!
Before I can answer your questions, I am going to explain my structure of learning. I have bought three courses together (it was a great sale then):
- Andrei Neagoie’s zero to mastery
- Colt Steel’s Web development bootcamp
- Angela Yu’s complete 2019 web development bootcamp
People will think I am crazy, but I was learning all three together at the same time as long it is on the same coding language, I haven’t finished it and about to get into JS (I had to stop as I have things going on, but I will be getting back into web learning soon).
Why I have done this is because each instructor has a different perspective, their own way of teaching, but the courses have strengths and weakness in their own way.
Like you have mentioned (and I agree), Colt Steele’s courses do have some outdated elements, and his projects feel basic in comparison to Angela Yu’s course where hers is beautiful and glossy with up-to-date topics. But, Colt Steele does have some useful information to explain, which Angela may not have included in her course.
However, I would still say it is worth to buy his course.
I hope this will help you.
Just my experience, No offense.
I am enjoying it, got it for about 12 pounds. It helps although I am glad I did the old Freecodecamp front developer course first.