Molly Elizabeth at Udemy

Last week Molly Elizabeth of Udemy contacted me to ask if I would look over a new, free HTML5 guide recently posted on the Udemy blog by Mark Lassoff.

I’ve been mighty busy with my two sons, Aiden, 2.5 years old, and Joshua, just 8 months and I failed to respond. But Molly would not be deterred. She emailed me three times.

Good for you, Molly! I love that kind of persistence from anyone who is not a bill collector.

Udemy, for those who don’t know, is an online learning site replete with courses of all kinds, including a wide offering of coding courses. The link she sent me above lands on a really basic HTML guide for the rawest of beginners. It is essentially just a teaser for the paid course, but it does offer a starting point and is worth a look for total newbies. I liked that he included a bit about displaying media because newbies always seem to want to embed audio or video on day one.

So I want to thank Molly for pulling my coat to that and for inspiring me to take a fresh look at the entire course catalogue at Udemy. The number of free courses at Udemy is impressive. Below are some I intend to check out:

Thanks, Molly.

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