Have questions about my course? Here’s a WebRTC Course AMA for you.
Later this week, I will be opening my Advanced WebRTC Architecture course for enrollment again.
Last year, I decided to launch a course to teach WebRTC. Something different than just going through the WebRTC APIs or explaining the network specification. The end result? A 100 people enrolled and when through the course (!) And more than that – people seemed to be genuinely satisfied with it (!!)
It was fun, so it is time to do it again.
While I am changing and adding stuff to the course, the baseline material is going to stay the same – most of it is “timeless” anyway.
I am adding to this round a couple of things, and this one I want to mention two of them:
#1 – Corporate Plans
The course now has a corporate plan, for larger teams who need to use WebRTC. I’ve got a couple of companies already enrolled to it, which is great.
Corporate plans include a private Slack forum for Q&As alongside the course’ forum. They also include a corporate badge that you can use on your own site, along with their logo on my own site as Corporate Partners.
If you want to learn more about the corporate plans, check out the course syllabus (PDF).
#2 – Course AMA
Philipp forced my hands on this one…
— Philipp Hancke (@HCornflower) April 7, 2017
Only thing left to do is…
I am trying to make this the best place for people to get their WebRTC education.
For those who aren’t sure yet, I’ll be hosting a WebRTC Course AMA, where you can Ask Me Anything. About the course. About WebRTC. About me. About the weather (though I know nothing interesting about the weather).
The WebRTC Course AMA is free to attend. It will be part webinar, part Q&A, but mostly fun.
Philipp – you are hereby cordially invited to join as well 🙂
Register to the WebRTC Course AMA – and even write down your questions on the event’s page right now – no need to wait until the 19th for that!
#3 – A few more launch bonuses
For those who end up enrolling early, I’ll have a few additional launch bonuses, but that’s for later.
On a personal note, today is Passover here in Israel. If I seemed somewhat “off” in the past couple of days (or will seem like that in the coming days), then it probably has to do with me eating too much food and spending some time with my family.