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    Ray G
    Modern JavaScript
    2 days ago

    This course was clearly laid out and the required knowledge was just right. The way each concept was built up by connecting it to the previous syntax/method was very instrumental.

  • Fred Yiga
    Modern JavaScript
    2 days ago

    Tyler explains concepts very well.

  • Pierre Wizla
    React
    7 days ago

    The React course was an excellent course — and I have the feeling that all courses from Tyler McGinnis are equally excellent (I already completed the Modern JS and Advanced JS courses as well). Tyler has an unparalleled sense of detail and pedagogy: you not only understand how to do React, but why we do it like we do, and especially which problems React solve, what is the essence of it and why it even exists. The rhythm is quite good, big concepts deserve lengthy videos while insisting on key takeaways to make sure you grasp the important parts, smaller concepts benefit from short, up-to-the-point videos — to each their own. I really appreciated that every concept is taught in great details by 2 or 3 different manners: a video (and its neatly crafted transcript), a quiz to reinforce/re-activate learnings, and sometimes a practice part to broaden your knowledge and apply it. All in all, this course is of a groundbreaking quality and I am really looking forward to following the other courses as well. Thank you so much, Tyler, I am a better developer thanks to your great work!

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    Raz
    React
    9 days ago

    Tyler's courses are simply amazing. First, I love the structure. For almost every lecture, there is a video as well as a text version with code snippets. In addition to this, he shares the code commits as he goes along which makes it really practical to look at. Unlike many other cut & dry courses or tutorials out there, Tyler actually takes time to explain the subtleties and the philosophies behind some of the material. So there are things you would only know after some amount of development experience but he actually includes all the things you need to know in his courses. For these reasons, I have been and will continue to recommend Tyler's courses to other JS developers.

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    Malte
    Modern JavaScript
    10 days ago

    I really enjoyed your class! Your explanations were straight to the point. Having said that, I would say this course really wasn't for a complete beginner in programming. I came over from Python and I kept thinking there were lots of instances that would only make immediate sense to someone who's dabbled in this kind of thing before. Another point is that the course is quite a few years old now. Really glad you put in all this effort. It was great.

  • Eniams
    Modern JavaScript
    11 days ago

    The course is really good. It helps a lot to better understand many concepts and Tyler is a very good instructor. Thanks.

  • Mahmoud Gamie
    Advanced JavaScript
    12 days ago

    So good!

  • Volodymyr Novodid
    React Hooks
    15 days ago

    I've accomplished REACT Nanodegree on UDACITY made by Tyler. It was awesome. This one is the logical extension for me. And it is amazing. All hooks explained piece by piece.

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    Zenek Wiaderko
    React
    15 days ago

    So I found some videos of Tyler on Youtube about some popular JS issues (scope, prototype chain etc.) and the way he explain this issues for me just clicked. I spend days trying to figure out what closure is, and he just needs few minutes. That was the reason why I bought this course. And Tyler didn't disappoint. I really love the way he explains things, starting with problem, then showing how we can fix this, and at the end we know and understand everything. Worth every penny.

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    Zenek Wiaderko
    16 days ago

    I did this course as last one of all my courses and it's rather weak in comparison to other. IMO Tyler's best feature as a teacher is the way he is explaining complicated stuff. Starting from very basic concept and go deeper with every sentence. That's why I really enjoyed previous courses (especially Redux!). Here almost all videos were the same: Here's some feature and you use it like this. Rather boring.