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Great little mini course on such a hot topic. I love these mini courses!Bob - 02.04.2013
I haven't finished the course yet (my first time trying to learn OOP) but it is very clearly presented, very interesting, and I am finding it helpful. I am sure I may have to watch the videos more than once, but that is just me.Cliff Strange - 01.21.2014
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Great course! I didn't realize I would be getting 10hrs of video ... a lot to take in but I can't complain.Richard - 01.07.2013
Hello,rickyspires - 05.10.2013
I love your course.
I have so far done the oop login and oopshop.
I could be just me but i find it hard to visualize the build.
What i find helps is to copy the code in to photoshop and draw lines from 1 function to another so i can really see whats going on.
Maybe a visual map might be a good idea for your projects in the future.
keep up the good work :)
Its really cool. But I want some advance method on that.Abhi Chatterjee - 09.20.2013
Thanks for sharing.
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