Today I want to promote a course that’s not my own. There’s no affiliate deal & no partnership. I just want to promote a project that I think is seriously undervalued.
— WordCamp US (@WordCampUS) December 5, 2015
It was a powerful call to action for the WordPress community. The WordPress project is moving in that direction, the web in general is moving in that direction, and if you don’t want to be left behind you should also move in that direction.
It can be hard to start when you don’t know where the starting line is. I’ve heard about Backbone, Angular and React, but which one do I use? And when?
In fact, he’s put so much time and energy into the course itself that he hasn’t spent much time marketing it.
Zac does a great job covering everything. The course is broken up into 4 modules.
The second part is about all of those fancy frameworks that you keep hearing about. Namely: Backbone, Angular, and React. I know Calypso (WordPress.com) is built with React. I know NinjaForms uses Backbone and I know somewhere there’s a WordPress project that uses Angular. Zac highlights the strengths and benefits of each.
In the next module he goes into detail about the WordPress REST API.
And then finally he covers real world examples.
That’s a lot of content. And he’s constantly updating it.
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Because he’s constantly adding new content he’s constantly increasing the price. It started at $99 and now it’s up to $397. And as of January 1st it will go up to $697.
Now this course is totally worth $697. But he’s giving everyone a chance to lock in the old pricing.
So head on over to his site and you can lock in the current pricing of $397 by clicking on “reserve your seat” and entering your name & email. That’s it. You can save $300 by entering your name and email. It’s a no brainer.
Zac is a great guy and an amazing teacher. You’ll thank yourself for reserving this price and not falling behind.