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40 Free Courses (Python, Excel, Adobe, Agile, Artificial Intelligence) @ Udemy

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  • Not Free anymore: Tally ERP9 With GST Step By Step Guide From Basic to Advance

  • If this is an indicator to some, I've already had more than 50% of those tech courses. That is to say the same courses pop up free occassionally.

  • Not Free anymore: [79 lectures • 5h 55m total length] Build a Successful Ecommerce WordPress site with proper SEO

  • Not Free anymore: Build a Successful Ecommerce WordPress site with proper SEO

  • Thanks OP

  • +3 votes

    Microsoft Power BI - Curso de Power BI Desktop
    Fundamentos de Business Intelligence con Power BI - ETL en Power Query, Fórmulas DAX, Análisis de datos con dashboards

    Si señor…

  • +4 votes

    Ms Excel - the complete introduction to Excel

    Wife wants to do this course. Is there a Mrs Excel equivalent…

  • Most have english that is bad and hard to understand

  • +3 votes

    The Complete English Grammar Course – Perfect Your English

    Thanks, I brought this last time it was free… It's a good coarse.

  • Are they better than LinkedIn learning?

    • Doesn't take long to open them all in new tabs and add to cart anyway.

      • I agree but just a question since I am actually gonna spent my time to learn. I have access to LinkedIn learning so need to select the best one to learn.

        • I've never tried linkedin learning. But I find these udemy videos to be okay from what I've seen. Yeah you could have dozens of other youtubers explain it all too but it's nice to have options and it's nice to have the same person doing the whole set of videos and remember what they already told you. And the popular courses get updated with notes about what has changed in recent software updates etc. YouTubers don't bother doing that.

        • Udemy platform is pretty good, but courses vary in quality. No idea about LinkedIn - I can imagine their platform might not be as developed yet (ie. transcripts, extra materials), but quality might be ensured since it's LinkedIn-branded.

  • Why do I feel like these courses were just ripped from Youtube……from page 100 of youtube :- |

  • anyone else notice that the coupon code for "automate the boring stuff" is "COPSHOTMEINPORTLAND"? O.o

  • I can personally vouch for the course “Automate the Boring Stuff with Python”, which I’ve completed. This should be a paid course, and usually is. The instructor seems to be a genuine expert in software development. He’s also an excellent teacher, speaks with incredible precision, and has written an excellent book available for free that accompanies the course. This course is far better than the amateurish rambling that a lot of these free courses involve. It also has an average rating of 4.6/5 from 64k students.

  • Expires in 11 hours. Oh well.

  • Not Free anymore: Automate the Boring Stuff with Python Programming

    that said, it is discounted