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    No one mentioned https://www.udemy.com/courses/?
    Three-and-a-half years, two extensions, seven defections, 21 deselections, three prime ministers, countless amendments, two prorogations, one Supreme Court judgement, 66 million Brits losing the will to live and were still at square one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DimPrawn View Post
    Be aware that often if you look for the same udemy course directly from the author they are available with large discounts. WOrth a quick check before you click 'buy'.

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    https://www.udemy.com/courses/development/

    They have loads of courses reduced to £10-£15.

    Enjoy
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    I have just started using https://www.cybrary.it/ for some CVyber Security training
    SUFTUM

    May life give you what you need, rather than what you want....

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    Been using Pluralsight for MS exam material - not taken the jump and sat the tests yet but, the videos are of excellent quality and the prep material they give you seems legit too!

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    Default Which is the best digital marketing learning course online?

    Udemy is offering many online learning courses.. Is it worth the time?

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    http://www.lynda.com (No, It's not pr0n site)

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    Default Just cancelled Pluralsight

    I'm on the bench now so I've started brushing up on some skills that I haven't used for a while. Last time I did this, I used Pluralsight and found it to be satisfactory so I went and subscribed again. When I couldn't find a current course on SSAS tabular, I went over to Udemy and found there were plenty of new courses on SSAS, so I tried one out. I was pleasantly surprised to find the course was much more interesting than the boring, rigid structure of Pluralsight classes. Seeing the instructor talking in the corner at least added a little variety, and seeing some charts and graphs livened things up as well.

    Next up was a course on Reporting Services, once again Pluralsight didn't have much that was made in the last 5 years. Udemy has some that are fresher, I think I'll give them a try.

    Since I'm not using many of the courses, I've cancelled the Pluralsight subscription and will probobly stick with Udemy in the future.

    Anyone else have any suggestions for Microsoft BI training courses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairymouse View Post
    I was pleasantly surprised to find the course was much more interesting than the boring, rigid structure of Pluralsight classes. Seeing the instructor talking in the corner at least added a little variety, and seeing some charts and graphs livened things up as well.
    The Pluralsight courses tend to be quite formulaic, and feel mass produced.

    Some of the Udemy instructors let their personality really shine through, sometimes that is a good thing, sometimes bad!

    I'm still with Pluralsight, but agree it could do a better job.

    One tip I would give for Udemy, is as soon as you buy it, start watching it to assess if you need to return (I think you can return it in 24 hours or something - one course i had was completley is disorganised, with a presenter with terrible personality)
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