GeekBrains - What and How? Whether it is necessary?

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    Hello, the question is not being searched by a search engine, since since the last answers on those sites there have been changes in GeekBrains and I would like to know the opinion of people about what is happening there now (!!!) (in terms of the quality of training). Thank you.
    Java Anonymous, Apr 9, 2020

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    There have already been 3 or 4 times dramatic changes. Starting from the change of directors, managers, teachers and to design, names (formerly there were SP) and advertising tactics. In terms of training, everything is the same - the pogromists (God forbid, those who know the subject) talk about what variables, cycles, branches are and call it proudly: "A course that will make you a pro!". All this is in my eyes - wiring.


    Of all the courses that I know, more or less high-quality from the Specialist center, there at least fundamental knowledge is laid by teachers with real experience in teaching people in universities and tutoring (or even those who have education in the field of pedagogy). But the truth is painfully drawn out in time. The course can easily reach 40-50 hours, or even more.
    Anonymous

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    Author, you are persistent.

    Yesterday your topic was deleted, you are back for your ...


    And to find out from them what percentage of graduates who came from scratch found work this year is not destiny?
    Zoey Matthews

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    My experience, no courses will make a programmer. But any course is good, because they all the same motivate to study, this is live communication, these are new friends of like-minded people. A programmer does what you think of as learning. You can take something from any course.


    I myself finished 3 paid courses at GB 3 years ago and sometimes attend their free webinars. I can't say what was awesome there, but they added knowledge to my piggy bank, with some with whom I studied then, I still communicate. And by the way, only one of them does not work as a programmer now. I work), a programmer.


    Over the past year and a half, they have really changed, and I believe that for the better.
    Anonymous

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    I watched their materials and tests - in general, nonsense, one good book will be many times more useful than a bunch of glamorous guides.
    Keira Benitez

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