If you've been wondering about how the internals of my blog are built and developed, you can now learn it from me, step by step, from my very first course on Skillshare, titled Build Your Personal Blog Website with GatsbyJS!
(Not to mention the source code of this site itself is all public here on GitHub).
There are a variety of platforms offering this course, including Skillshare, Udemy, and Thinkific:
If you want to get started with just a preview of the course, check that out here:
Full disclosure, this blog is a GatsbyJS site, which has been displayed in the footer since the blog first started.
At the end of October, I was invited to Skillshare to teach a course in web development. Over the past few years I've been taking out large amounts of free time to work towards being the best professional full stack developer that I can be. Today, this new stage of that goal has come to fruition. In the past three weeks, being new to video recording and editing, I built my course. Just yesterday, I finally published it. It was a great experience for me and I hope you give it a try if you are interested!
I decided to make my first course on Skillshare about building a blog site because through this blog, I've already networked with a variety of very cool people, and it's been extremely rewarding and motivating to me that there are people who can benefit from what I share!
One kind soul has already donated to my blog for one of those detailed SAP ABAP posts. 🙏🙏🙏 I'm looking forward to make many more courses over the coming months (and years?!?) to give back to a community that has already given me so much! I'll be happy to post updates as this part of my career develops.
If you're interested, you can use my promo link to get 2 months of Skillshare for FREE, plus I'll get $10 for the referral! I'm pretty sure that is a win for you, me, and Skillshare!
If you decide to take the course, thank you! Be sure to tell me how I can improve, and what you don't like! Teaching software skills has been on my mind for a long time now, and Skillshare seemingly dropped out of the sky as a perfect platform to be able to do that.