So here is an update on the state of the new JS course: I have worked all summer and recorded about 80% of the content, but there is still a ton of work to do (editing, uploading, etc) If nothing goes wrong, I will launch in the second half of October, so 6-8 weeks from now πŸš€
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In the meantime, here are the projects we're gonna build in the course! 😍 Oh and the course is gonna be 60 hours long, I hope that's not too much πŸ˜… (let me know)

Aug 28, 2020 Β· 9:21 AM UTC

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And if you want to know even more, these will be the course sections at launch time (even more content is coming later ✌️)
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Replying to @jonasschmedtman
Counting down the days from now... nice to see the Spanish and Portuguese flags there!! hehe
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It is right? You can even spot Olhão on the map besides it haha 🧐
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Replying to @jonasschmedtman
Whats the difference between this one and the one you already have in udemy?
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Many ES6+ things weren't covered properly and with enough depth in the old course. The new one has all that, and more DOM stuff, more and better projects, and more deep explanations of how everything works. I'm just a way better teacher now than back then it's been 4 years πŸ˜‰
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Replying to @jonasschmedtman
your UI and UX skills are awesome.. you should make a course on UI and UX , Design Skills
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I want to, at some point! It's one of my great passions
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Replying to @jonasschmedtman
Did you have this project in the updated js course.
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No, it's actually gone 😒 there was no place for it unfortunately, but I will revive it in some other course ;)
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Replying to @jonasschmedtman
Studied js from you. Thanks a lotttttt sir. Glad to see that you have improved this course a lot I will surely look back to it :)
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