If you're anything like me, you felt instantly hooked the first time experimenting with Meteor.js. It's easy to build basic blog or to-do list applications with all the free resources online. But where do you go after that, when you want to start making serious applications?
What's really special about this class is that it's not heavily scripted or a contrived example app. It's was recorded live. It's real. Just like real life application development.
While the Meteor community is amazing and growing every day, it is still relatively new. Meaning there are only so many courses and tutorials available showing how to make more advanced Meteor applications.
Sure, you can head over to IRC with your questions. But oftentimes you only hear crickets in response. Posting to Stack Overflow can be a gamble, too—will someone be kind enough to follow-up? Is a true expert replying to your question?
Another great feature of this course is that it's not heavily scripted. It's from live class. It's real. When learning any new framework or language, it’s easy to hit a wall. And sometimes give up before you ever really get started. As an added bonus, you get to see me think through problems live when I hit them.
I created the Mastering Meteor.js class to walk beginner and intermediate devs through the process of building a Meteor app from scratch. Mastering Meteor.js is a comprehensive, multi-session online course that takes you through the intricacies of building a Meteor.js app in just 8 hours.
Follow along in a fishbowl style pairing session where you can listen and watch as I build a reactive Twitter clone. You’ll be able to ask questions directly using a comment system, directly on each video chapter page—myself and other students will help you.
If you're tired of browsing the web for tutorials or reading through countless Stack Overflow posts to find the exact answer you need, then it's time to start mastering meteor.
The defining feature of this course is that it's not heavily scripted. It was recorded from a live class. It's real. You get to see and hear my thought process as we work through features and encounter bugs. Just like real-life application development.
My goal isn't just to teach you how to build one Meteor app. I want to give you the tools and know-how to build dozens of apps. This is your chance to gain practical real-world knowledge of Meteor.js.