Principal Software Engineer at Acquia, Inc
After getting a Master's Degree in Computer Science and going from an intern to a Senior Software Developer, I learned one thing.
College degree is absolutely not necessary if you want to become a software engineer.
All of my skills I learned from watching how others write code and trying to be as good as them. Very little of my college degree was useful in that regard.
That's why I want to share what I've learned with the rest of the world through sites like Udemy and YouTube so that you can learn how to solve real challenges by building real apps with me.
Juan Antonio Moreno Valderrama
It's a course of TDD, not testing or Angular. If you want to learn testing or angular, you'll search for another course. From my point of view is a little repetitive, but it's a good system to learn.
Everything I was expecting so far but only at the start of this course - will update at the end of the course
I am completely new to Angular.
This course is quick and direct to the point. I learned a lot.
It is really handy, and impulse you to learn how to start developing angular components in the right way, namely with TDD.
Some TDD components are forgotten in the middle to the sections, if you know you you can ignore.
However, if TDD is new to you, you may start getting bad habits.
Even though I can only recommend it.