After Black Friday is over, I want to give attention to those of you who couldn't afford the courses even with big discounts. You can get the Premium membership for free, if you really need it, read all the conditions below.
I do understand the harsh reality of some people, especially in certain regions of the world with worse economy or war conflicts. So, as a part of my educational mission, I want to bring my content to those in need, for free.
The idea is to give the candidates a free membership for 6 months, with hope that during that time they will learn enough to level up their careers.
How to (Maybe) Get Free Membership
If you can't afford the Laravel Daily membership but still want to get it, please follow these instructions:
- If you don't have an account, register here. Don't pay for the membership, but you do need the user on the system, with a real email.
- Email me email@example.com with the subject "Laravel Daily Free" (emails with other subjects will be ignored), describing your situation on why you can't pay for the courses, even with the discount.
- In that email, tell me which one course from this list would you pick to learn next, and why. Imagine, you have finished that course: what would improve in your career? You would find a (better) job? Would be more efficient in your current work? Would find freelance projects?
- Emails are accepted until 4th December. Everyone emailing later will be ignored, sorry.
I Want to Help Beside Laravel Content
On top of that, in your email, you may add what other ways I may help you with: some personal mentorship answering your questions, advice on a career path or freelancing, maybe will send you some useful links or point to people to get in touch with.
My ultimate goal is not to teach Laravel, this is only the means to the actual goal: for you to make a living from writing code. So whatever I can help you with: presenting yourself, finding jobs/projects, just let me know.
There's Only One of Me
Important notice: I don't promise to give membership to everyone. In some cases I may think that your situation is "not bad enough" (sorry, didn't find another way to describe it), or maybe you wouldn't meet some of the conditions above.
Also, I don't know how many emails I would get, so I will probably start replying to them only next week, from 5th December. And I can't promise to reply quickly, because I have other tasks to do, and this activity is "extra curriculum" for me, so I'm doing it in my spare time. So, bare with me to reply within a week or two.
That's it for me, getting back to creating more Laravel content now!