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Git a Web Developer Job: Mastering the Modern Workflow

(12 customer reviews)
Product is rated as #126 in category Development

What you’ll learn

  • Build websites using the modern skills, tools, and best-practices that companies are looking for in developers.
  • Write organized, well structured JavaScript and CSS that other developers can easily understand.
  • Confidently apply for web developer jobs knowing you can jump into a dev team and immediately contribute to projects.

This course was completely redesigned in November of 2019 to match the demands and trends of the industry.

You already understand the basics of HTML and CSS, but you don’t necessarily feel qualified for the web developer jobs you want. In this course we’ll bridge that gap by building a mobile-first responsive website, together, step-by-step. Along the way we’ll learn the modern skill-set that companies are looking for in developers.

I know what companies are looking for because as a senior developer I’ve been on the hiring side of job interviews. Every time we passed on a candidate I’d think to myself “It would be nice if we could point them towards a course that taught the exact skill set we’re looking for.”

I couldn’t find a course like that – so I built this one.

By the end of this course you’ll be able to build sites using the modern skills, tools, and best-practices that companies need in developers.

Take your developer career to the next level by:

  • Learning Git, GitHub, and command-line basics to collaborate with other developers and deploy your sites live up onto the web.
  • Leveraging Node.js tools like NPM and webpack to save time by automating tasks.
  • Enhancing your CSS knowledge with techniques (BEM & PostCSS) to keep your styles super-organized and manageable even on larger sites.
  • Speeding up your sites with the mobile-first performance philosophy.
  • Understanding JavaScript basics like Object-oriented Programming, and how to write well-structured code using the ES6 module pattern (Babel & webpack).
  • Using the Netlify service to not only host your website but also learn the very basics of cloud (or AWS Lambda) functions.
  • Discovering tips to get more job interviews, do well in interviews, and continually progress in your career (avoid burnout & stagnation).

This course may be brand new, but this isn’t my first time teaching. I’ve led trainings for Fortune 500 companies, and I’ve already helped over 7,000 people on Udemy and received the following feedback:

“Brad definitely has some of the best techniques to embed the lesson into your mind… hands down these are the best tutorials I have had the opportunity to view.”

“Presentation is concise without being tedious… you honestly feel that you have a thorough understanding of the subject.”

“…[Brad] explained the process. Not memorize this or that, he explained the process. If you’re looking to take a course to understand the foundations of creating websites, look no further.”

I’ve been teaching for the better part of a decade and I consider this course my magnum opus. This is the course I wish I could have taken several years ago.

Become highly valuable and relevant to the companies that are hiring web developers; in one convenient place alongside one instructor. If you’re ready to begin your transformation – I’ll see you on the inside!

Who this course is for:

  • You’ll benefit from this course if you’re looking to bridge the gap between what you currently know (HTML & CSS) and what hiring companies want you to know.

12 reviews for Git a Web Developer Job: Mastering the Modern Workflow

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  1. Haslinda Ismail

    Brad is a great instructor. He explains everything clearly, gives practical examples that are easy to follow and tries to keep things up to date. There is even a motivating section at the end that I love it. Definitely recommend this course.

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  2. Pablo Tack

    Overall the contents of the course are okay.

    This course teaches exactly what it describes it will, maybe even less since things are pretty outdated.

    Sadly some aspects of the course make this less than average: nothing has been updated, no instructor/TA help, and some parts are quite rushed and vague. Some of the code changes randomly between videos as well and gulp isn’t in the course anymore but you see the code in many places.

    For example, he explains the OOP Js and then we just jump into everything with no clear explanation.

    The last section with React… why is that even there (I understand it was to dip our toes in but this time could have been used to better update the course)?

    The parts I found useful were using Github properly, the job search/interview tips, BEM methodology, and some of the simpler CSS +Js that makes animations happen.

    I would definitely not recommend this until it has been updated.

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  3. Aidan McNally

    There is not enough explanation on what we are doing and why. We are told to just type in what he is typing on the screen, and it will work, but not what the functions are, and why they work. This isn’t a good way of learning for me, as I won’t remember how to do these things myself.
    I also recommend taking a javascript course before this, and being aware of object-orientation.
    A lot of these things are assummed, or brushed over in this course.
    Its a good course if you want to know the current standard practices for creating and uploading sites, however for that, it is very long-winded and I think it could have been explained in a couple of hours.

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  4. Vincent Mughal

    It is pretty straightforward. I only had some questions, mainly about updating dependencies and all that. My only problem is I wish that Brad could point out how to fix bugs that may happen, because that would have saved me a lot of frustration (he does sometimes, but only like 5% of the time). Another thing is that I think he dives too quick into things, while not explaining the basics first. At certain times, I think that I would never be able to use this on another website. Other than that, it was an incredible course! I loved it every single lesson, and the finished product was very nice. Despite what I said before, there was very few bugs compared to other courses. Anybody considering this course should go through with it, and I think they’ll have a great foundation afterwards.

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  5. Eche Oji

    The instructor not only shows how to solve a problem, but says why the problem matters and why the solution proposed is a good fit.

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  6. Adi Rainbow

    If you follow the course exactly as Brad advises, you wont run into any out-of-date issues at all. He also attaches his code incase you screw up somewhere – so yeah – loved it

    thanks Brad!

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  7. Marius ®

    Personal experience? Brad is probably one of the best teachers on this planet.
    I love his courses and the way he teach, I tried many other courses, but he is just the best. After todays lesson I’ve achieved something that no one talks about on YouTube or blogs. Well, they talk, but here everything is just in one place and this is really fun to build the website with Brad and be sure that you doing everything the right way.

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  8. TataHipi

    Happy to learn step by step from A to Z, or maybe to P or Q 😉
    Some redundances when creating new Block class and partial file and import and …. but repetition is inner integration !
    It’s the first time I really cope with and enjoy version control !! A big step for me ! Thanks Brad !

    PS – As I use video subtitles, it would be appreciated that the code lines we are working on would be placed at least at the middle of the screen, and not at the bottom ^^ ( overlapping effect without any CSS code under our control 😉 )

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  9. Johan Alves

    I’m loving this course! Just started as a Junior Dev and this course explains amazingly well everything that I’m seeing throughout my job routine

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  10. Aroa Rubio Jimenez

    Great course but outdated. He teaches floats instead of Flexbox. Then he goes back and redoes it with grid, but all that time doing it with floats drags quite a bit. It really needs a refresh.

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  11. Andrea Smith

    This course filled holes in my skills I didn’t even know I had. Now I feel like I really know how to organize my code. It surprisingly helped my project making skills a lot just learning to use git. Having the ability to easily branch and experiment without losing track, really made a difference. Also, CSS is so much more tolerable when you limit the influence of the cascade.

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  12. Charles Héroux

    This course was great, we were introduced to a whole bunch of different concepts and created a webpage that included many optimizations.
    That being said, we didn’t go deep in any of those concepts, and merely wrote the code at the same time and observed the results. Many functions that were used are unexplained and are just “follow me with this” so we can see a result. I don’t remember most of them nor would I be able to remember to use them if the need arise. If I need to build a similar webpage, I’ll probably need to re-do the course to remember hat to use and where. There is very little practice and there are no exercises or tests to validate knowledge.
    That being said, I did enjoy it, and would recommend it.

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