If you are a subscriber to The Great Sync, you will have already seen this in last week's email. But if you missed it, or you only recently subscribed, here are some FAQs for The Syncer Program.
The course is priced at$97.
However, if you're a subscriber, I have great news for you. Since it's our very first launch, and to express my gratitude for your support throughout this journey, you will receive a special41% discount, bringing the price down to approximately$57. This offer will never be available again.
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Unfortunately, no. To ensure the best experience for everyone, I am limiting the number of students, and enrollment will close on Thursday, 3rd August.
Is this course aimed at beginners or intermediates?
The Syncer Program is designed with one aim in mind: to help you gain the confidence and fundamental knowledge to build projects at a high standard. Whether you've started trying to build vanilla JS projects but currently stuck, or you possess basic knowledge and feel ready to advance, this course is perfect for you. Much of it focuses on "senior-level" best practices. It's not just about learning concepts, but applying them.
As the name suggests, the course is meant to help anyone "level up" their skills and not to learn from scratch. Of course, The Great Sync offers a visual learning experience, making it easier to grasp basic fundamentals. It will provide you with a solid foundation and could be a perfect supplement to other courses and programs geared towards raw beginners. However, you might also find it valuable to revisit later on in your journey once you have more fluency with the language.
If you've read my content you'll know I'm a big proponent of immersive learning. This course comprises:
- 🎥 Video: 40+ videos, each between 5 and 10 minutes
- 📝 Written explanations: 80+ pages
- 🖼️ Illustrations: 30+ imagimodels
Yes. The Great Sync is not a shortcut. It's an effective learning method, but nothing beats the hours you put in behind the code editor. I provide code exercises throughout, and every section has a "Mental Model Applied" section.
When the course goes live, the last section on "Exploring Async" will not be ready. It is scheduled for release in September (included in the course price). Don't worry; there's more than enough content to work through before then.
I am going to include a list of FAQs that go on the course signup page, which goes live on Sunday. If you have a question you would like included, add it in the form below.