I’m about 45 days in to my online teaching experiment with Udemy, and this article chronicles what I’ve learned about teaching, marketing and the meaning of life in the process. Every day I’m hustlin’ — Rick Ross Learning with Udemy
A few months ago, I took my first online class at Udemy , by a little shop called AwesomeTuts . It was a full class about game development on the Unity platform. I thought it was a great value for the money. I think I paid $19 for a 35 hour class. Great Class After that class, I was able to develop and (nearly) ship a 2D iPhone game similar to Missile Command!
So I got to thinking, I’ve given a couple of conference talks — why can’t I monetize the thing that I’m great at? (In my case, it’s Google Chrome Developer Tools ).
I wanted to see what was already available, so I searched for and purchased the five other classes on the subject. They were good intro classes, but I knew I could create something that was significantly more comprehensive. Becoming an Instructor
So I took the plunge and clicked “Become an Instructor”.
That night, I brought my […]