It’s now easier than ever to find Udemy courses that interest you, using the new course menu structure on Udemy.com. The new menu (screenshot on left), on the left-hand side of the homepage, breaks down some of the previously broad course topics (such as the previous Technology category) into more specific topics (such as Development and IT & Software) so you can more quickly find what you’re looking for. Not sure what you’re looking for? Simply use the menu to discover new course areas. We are also introducing some exciting new course categories for emerging areas of interest, including Personal Development and Lifestyle, and 160 new course sub-categories. There are currently 17,000 Udemy courses, with 1,000 new courses added each month in ten languages.
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When you open a platform up for anyone to teach, there’s a good chance you’ll get a lot of riff-raff. Somehow, though, we here at Udemy have been stupid lucky with talent. Take Huw Collingbourne, for instance. He’s one of our top rockstar Ruby instructors, and let’s just put it this way: the Dos Equis guy ain’t got nothin’ on Huw Collingbourne. If that’s not enough to intrigue you beyond comprehension, here are a few quick facts to get you primed for the interview below. Huw’s been a programmer for more than 30 years, and currently holds the position of Technology Director at SapphireSteel Software. He’s also written a handful of books, including The Book of Ruby (he’ll explain later why there’s a Samurai Robot on the cover)
Just as the Japanese, Spanish and French languages are uniquely different, programming languages also have their variations, some more popular and easier to use than others. With the recent introduction of some new ones, there is a ‘war’ of modern day languages. What’s easier and faster to use is not always the best option. Below we highlight three of today’s most popular programming languages. Whether you’re looking to Learn PHP, grab that hot new Python Tutorial, or finally Learn Ruby and conquer Rails, this infographic compares how they differentiate, who uses them, and their popularity. Think you know who reigns? You may be surprised
Lucian Web Service & Intercer Canada launched a new Adventist website: www.AdventistBlogs.com This website goal is to bring together adventist blogs from all around the world. The Website is made in English language for a larger access. The proposed blogs are organized by languages and by blog content. Submitter may propose new categories. We accept […]