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Testimonials (Python and IWD courses)
It was a nice overviewErik
I'd been trying to teach myself coding from various books & online resources without much success.Ryan Robertson
The biggest hurdle I came up against was understanding the terminologies used, time and time again I would read the descriptions of certain words like variables, loops, lists etc & no matter how many times I read them & watched YouTube videos about them, nothing seemed to sink into my brain.
I decided that I am both too old and too stupid to be able to code, as a result I lost hope and resigned myself to growing old with a cardigan and pair of slippers by the fire.
Then I stumbled upon one of Stefan's YouTube videos on being too old to code, after an exchange of comments I took the plunge and purchased his Python course and it really was the smartest thing I've done.
Stefan seems to have a knack (ability) for explaining things in a very easy to understand manner, he's also excellent at replying to emails.
I'm a little over half way through the course & the fog seems to be lifting, as soon as I'm competent with Python I'll be taking his full stack web developer course.
I really can't recommend Stefan's course highly enough.
Here in the UK we have a saying 'It's a ten from Len' and this most definitely applies to Stefan's Python course
Very easy step by instructionsMartin
Hello Stefan,Alan Williams
I have been a Killer customer for sometime and love your stuff.
I am writing to provide feed back on the courses I have been working through.
On html5_v2 in the progress folder the index.html and CSS are the finished versions, so I was unable to follow as Santo intended. I have now got to html5_v3 in the progress folder and this too is the finished version.
This may not seem a big deal, but I like to work along. It also took me ages of searching around trying to find correct file, which,it seems, doesn't exist.
I hope this feedback is useful.
Dude love your tutorials on php...thanks for that, i don't think anyone explains stuff so well.Camilo
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