November 22, 2017

My New WordPress Dev Course is Finally Here

It’s been almost a year since my last blog post. At least I have good news to share 🙂

I’ve spent the last 7 months filming a new premium WordPress course; and less than a month ago I finally launched it!

So far about 1,700 people have joined in and I’m having a blast answering all questions and making improvements to the course here and there.

The goal of the course is to teach PHP and JavaScript so that you never need to rely on or feel limited by a certain theme or plugin ever again; developers can code their imagination 🙂

We create a 100% custom site and theme for a fictional university. We use PHP to setup custom post types, custom fields, relationships between posts (e.g. relating a professor to a campus, etc…) and much more.

We use JavaScript to communicate with the back-end WordPress database from our website’s front-end on-the-fly. This opens the door to infinite possibilities and allows your sites to feel interactive, seamless and modern.

Creating a 25 hour course on a topic as popular as WordPress is a humbling experience; there are tons of engaged students in the course not only asking questions but also sharing their knowledge as well. I’ve already made several updates to the course to reflect the shared knowledge and best practices that the course as a community offers.

It’s hard to explain all of the features we cover in the course, so if it sounds like something you’re interested in I encourage you to watch the promo video over on the Udemy site. Here’s a link.


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Brad Schiff

Brad Schiff is a front-end developer, designer, and educator who has been building user interfaces for over a decade. He’s done work for Fortune 500 companies, national political campaigns, and international technology leaders. His proudest achievement is helping people learn front-end web development.

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