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  • My Web Foundations Course completely free.

    March 25, 2015

    Hi,

    It’s good to try before you buy, so all our courses now have free videos you can watch. Of course, we do have a 7 day trial for any subscription … but nonetheless, you can now view dozens of free videos right away.

    By the way, if you are totally new to web design, check out my Web Foundations course. And it’s completely free now!

    Thanks for reading!

    Stefan Mischook

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  • Web Foundations Part 3 – Domain Names

    March 10, 2015

    Hi,

    Just to let you know that I released Web Foundations part 3 (on Domain names) on webmentor.org. Here is the link:

    Domain Names

    What this video covers:

    – choosing a good domain.
    – pricing domains.
    – should you buy premium domains?

    … And much more. Yes, a beginners subject … but remember this is part of the Web Foundations course. :)

    Stefan
    killersites.com

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  • Web Foundations Part 2 – ready to watch

    March 3, 2015

    Hi!

    Part 2 of my new Web Foundations course is out – What is Web Hosting? Yes a basic topic, but I go into some detail that you might find interesting:

    – hosting choices
    – hosting cost
    – Should you set up your own web hosting?

    I hope you like it!

    Stefan Mischook
    killersites.com

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  • Web Foundations Course Out!

    February 24, 2015

    webmentor

    Hi,

    My new Web Foundations course has been released and the first lesson is available for free – now. Get it while you can:

    https://webmentor.org/course/web-foundations/1

    Thanks!

    Stefan
    killersites.com

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  • Why you should be teaching kids PHP, and not Python or Ruby

    February 15, 2015

    These days, Python and Ruby are popular programming languages with the tech startup crowd, and many of the venture capital backed ‘teach code’ startups, have ruby or python courses targeted at kids. The problem is, that these are not the best languages to teach programming with – especially in K12.

    Why is PHP better?

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