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Tom Morse-Brown Initially, I liked the step by step, week on week approach. The videos were good and led me through nicely. The presentation and branding is good and that's important to me. It was nice having a pro on hand to ask questions each week but I often didn't understand his language and I think he was more interested in talking than asking questions. I didn't like all the confusing connecting of apps to upload the work - that seemed convoluted and complicated. The written notes were also not that great. The major draw back for me though was the whole 8 or 10 weeks was focused on only building one website so I was staring at one piece of code for 10 weeks. That didn't appear like an issue until I did a different course which focused on building one simple site each week and I found that much more dynamic and easier to manage.