At some point it became apparent that large courses don’t do that well – people seem to drop them mid-way :|, so I’ve switched to ~1h weekly livestreams and shorter (~15mins) recaps for the topics suggested by the viewers.
So far I’ve done:
As usual, all materials are published absolutely free, without any ads and under permissive licenses (MIT for code, Creative Commons for videos).
There are two reasons why I’m writing here:
- Maybe there are some people who’ll find it interesting
- I need your help to decide what to cover next!
Doing user-suggested livestreams turned out to be pretty fun. I have to learn a ton of new things myself for almost every livestream, and there’s typically a lot of very interesting questions from viewers.
So I want to keep doing that.
And now I need your help to decide on what area to talk about next.
You can do that by heading over to this github repository and either adding a new issue for a new topic, or voting (just leave any reaction) on any of the existing issues.
Every Tuesday I pick the most “upvoted” issue (the one with most reactions) and livestream doing that on Wednesday.
Some links to the related resources: