The idea was to make a course that showcases and talks about technologies that are used day-to-day in development (intermediate/advanced level), not talk about development basics.
Few days ago I’ve uploaded the final video of the course. All materials are published absolutely free, without any ads and under permissive licenses (MIT for code, Creative Commons for videos).
The videos cover the full process of creating the app:
Additionally, per request of the viewers, I have livestreamed the process of development that preceded most of the published videos.
I’ve ended up doing 13 livestreams that cover most of the video content I did. Most of them are quite lengthy and are not required to understand the course, but might contain some additional information (along with my poor habits of copy-pasting things)
I’m writing this post for two main reasons:
Doing this course was quite a lot of fun. I had to learn a ton of things myself and received a lot of very interesting feedback, suggestions and questions from the viewers. So I want to keep doing that.
And now I need your help to figure out what area to talk about in the next series. Here are some of the topics I personally think would be cool to do and talk about:
If any of those sound interesting and you want to help me figure out what to do next — please leave a response to my conclusions video.
And, of course, I’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have!
Some links to the related resources:
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