The Full Stack Web School

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ScrivsMaker@scrivs · Creation Scientist, Makers Mob
A couple months ago I created the Full Stack Web Course. The idea was that in a single course we would build an application that helped anyone see all of the different technologies used in a web app and how they come together. Well after building that out I realized that more was needed and a single course wouldn't do. So I created the Full Stack Web School (PHP Version) that now contains 15 courses and growing. The price is still $50 as I want to help everyone around the world learn how to build stuff for the web. The goal is to reach over 1,000 videos by the end of the year. It's been great seeing what the students have been building and it's amazing that many are submitting pull requests to the Makers Cabin projects themselves.
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Ross Currie@rossdcurrie · Founder, Brutal TearDowns
@scrivs great way to build on the course Paul!
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Stefan Panic@stefanpanic9
Really good videos way better than any "course" I've taken so far. Also the slack community is awesome.
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Vitor@vitorspencer · Webvocate
This is way more then a course, it is like a complete school for web developers! Not only for beginners, but also ideal for established web developers (like me) who have experience in several frameworks but who want to increment their knowledge portfolio. And it goes beyond: coupled with an active slack community, I was able to get excellent tips from a fun and relaxed group of "colleagues". Truly, like a school should be :) Considering all this, plus the fact that the creator is very accessible, always ready to help out everyone, at a price of $50 it is more then a bargain. I'd happily pay several hundreds for a complete package like this! Definitely recommended!
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nathancharley@nathancharley · Product Designer @Webpage.ly
This looks awesome! Can't wait to dive in on the weekend :-)