Magento is an unbelievable platform & architecture to build advanced eCommerce websites that scale. But it is also one of the most complex, intricate platforms to learn, and getting up to speed quickly is extremely difficult.
This course solves this problem with a focused, simplified curriculum. The overarching goal of this course is to teach you the backend fundamentals of Magento 2, even if you have no prior experience. If you have been wanting to learn Magento but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place.
Learn the how,
and the more important why.
The goal of this course is for you to become productive in Magento programming very quickly. Things should start to "click" for you rather quickly after going through the course.
This is a screencast course, and each lesson comes with full text translation, full inline source code of the code presented in the lesson.
By watching the instructor program in front of your eyes, you will learn faster than trying to source and read documentation.
After watching the lessons, easily reference the source code on GitHub to build out features for your upcoming projects.
All aspects of Magento were analyzed, and the core "must know" concepts were identified. Each lesson is presented in a way which is easy to learn and follow.
Also, lessons were very purposely made short & concise, so you can remain engaged throughout the entire course and actually learn what you are watching.
You won't get lost trying to understand multiple foreign ideas, as each topic has been broken down to teach only one simple concept at a time.
Most courses are too long and you'll lose focus quickly. Short lessons keep you engaged, and make things easier to reference in the future.
Each video lesson can be played back & referenced as many times as you wish at slow or fast speed, tech-friendly closed captions, and full source code.
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“The Magento 2 Coding Kickstart is one of, if not the best set of Magento training videos out there. It just cemented in my mind the things I do, and described them in ways that are easier to understand.”