Summer Camp

Resources for learning online have exploded in number over the past five years. Many of these resources come with a moderate to hefty price tag, eg. Lynda.com or Pluralsight. I will not argue the merit of these subscription learning platforms as I have found their paid content to be valuable —particularly in the case of Lynda as they have free classes but their paid classes include resource files. There are however, many free options that may require a little more setup or self directed research by the user but are akin to the open source version of learning online. Salesforce has Trailhead, a learning platform packed with options and even badges that you can earn to display on your social media profile. The list is long and I don’t only consider the traditional tutorial platforms to be online learning. StackExchange is my personal learning trove. I am usually learning on the go, mid project as I need to understand a tool in a deeper way. StackExchange is perfect for this kind of learning as it is peer to peer but the FCC can’t shut it down because no music companies are being harmed in this trade 🙂

Here is a list for those curious about where to start:

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