As a father of triplets, I understand the costs of everyday living. Thanks to the internet, you don’t have to shell out tens of thousands of dollars to learn the same things that many colleges teach. This doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t strive for a paid higher education; it just means that the accessibility of information has changed in the last 25 years. You can use this to your advantage and put it to practical use much more quickly.
As you can see, the site has been relaunched and rebranded a bit to fit our new goals. I wanted a way to be able to share my industry knowledge with everyday users, so I set out to do just that using CodeCrunch. I have been in the web industry for over 25 years, and the information I share in these courses is enough to get you, at a minimum, an entry-level job in the webmaster field. We’ll be looking at placement opportunities as we expand our offerings. Look for more on that later.
Learning should stack intelligently
Inside our new site, you’ll find lessons for every user level. Whether you are just starting out or have been at it for many years, I think you’ll find many courses invaluable to your advancement in web development and webmaster. You can work at your own pace, and there is never a “failure” option. You can even mark individual lessons as completed and return them at any time to start where you left off.
Today videos and tutorials teach you how to do just about anything you want to learn. You can bypass all the information it takes to understand what you are doing and jump right to the “doing” of things. The problem with this approach starts to show itself when you find yourself incapable of understanding the “how” of some of these simple processes.
Our courses are built in a way to offer you a “ground up” approach. “The Fundamentals of Webmastering” is more geared towards giving a foundational rock to stand on for later courses. This way, you learn intelligently instead of just stumbling through to try and find results.
Choose what you want to learn
People learn at different paces. We understand that some people are visual learners, and some learn by trial and error. Some people prefer to learn more complex ideas and then come back later to understand better why things may work a certain way.
Our system allows you to choose modules that pertain only to the areas you want to learn. This way, you don’t end up with courses you’ll never complete or learn anything from.
I look forward to hearing any feedback you might have so far! Please contact us and let me know what you think, or if there is any specific areas you would like to see us cover in our courses.