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Useless. Tried a course and I have given up. No good. Also, these guys are scammers as hell. They don't pay affiliate commissions for months. A person who recommended me CodeDamn hasn't got her commission knocking on Codedamn door for months. They have gone bust. NO answers. No money. Useless courses. Scammers I would say.
Not worth it. The course is unstructured, with most sections being just a brain dump of concepts, without a flow to it. The topics are not linked and the instructor just teaches a bunch of random topics, leaving the students confused and with no solid understanding of the topic taught. it's quite clear that the instructor doesnt plan the lessons either, as he mentions that he doesnt know whats in the next lesson, and the topics are all over the place, with some concepts briefly popping up in later, unrelated lesons. I had to google the topics and relearn them properly on youtube. I would get a refund if i could. Seriously, even their free tutorials on youtube are better. In summary, three main problems: 1. Lessons and content are not structured, with no flow between them. The instructor basically just teaches whatever comes to his mind, leaving out many important concepts, and teaching random cool tricks here and thre instead. 2. The teaching style is erratic. The instructor often shows a feature or concept that is way too advanced, and says :" Bear with me, I'll get to it". In the end, the instructor doesnt explain why bringing up this advanced concept is needed at all and it is very confusing. 3. Poor quality of information. Alot of the lessons are messy and buggy, i.e. CSS lessons appearing in HTML lessons. The quality of teaching as well, is poor and is mostly a braindump of concepts, some of which are not that important, whilst important concepts and skipped. I.e. CSS animations is only 15 mins long IN TOTAL, while the instructor spends much more time rambling about some niche feature or function in other topics. TL;DR: Just get scrimba instead or smth, even their free tutorials on youtube are better than the paid content. Tip: If you've already wasted your money on codedamn, i'd suggest to just follow the content flow and the modules, and google the topics and concepts and just learn from youtube.