When I first started learning WebdriverIO, it took me 6 months of reading through detailed documentation and searching through source code to really understand the tool. It took another 14 months to create a video course about it.
That's why I had these goals in mind when making this course:
- Make it super easy for folks to learn the fundamentals of WebdriverIO. They should be able to write their first set of tests after only a few videos.
- Keep the videos clear and concise. Teach as much information as I can in as a little time as possible.
- Cover advanced topics that trip folks up. These are the things that delay progress for weeks and cause managers to get grumpy.
I know this is an really niche tool to create a course on, but I wanted this video series to be as best as I could make it, and I honestly think I accomplished that.
I've gotten a lot of value out of "bite-sized" videos throughout the years (hat tip egghead.io), so following that style really fit with my goals.
That's why I think folks like you will find this course worth paying for. In 5 hours of content, I teach what took me over a thousand hours to learn. That easily pays for itself in time saved.
When I started building the course, I came up with the tagline "Save time. Save effort. Learn WebdriverIO". Not amazingly original, but it fits so well.
Test automation tools like WebdriverIO promise to save you time and effort in your work by automating the manual steps of testing.
And I promise to save you time and effort by teaching you WebdriverIO in the most efficient and effective way I know how.
Don't trust me? Well, that's why there's a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you don't find the content valuable for any reason, just email me and I'll refund your money ASAP.
Don't mess around learning alone when you have a full course available at the cost of a couple hours of work.