The economy -- as you might have heard -- has taken a torpedo right up its arse.
It’s getting better, but we’re not exactly living the pre-2008 lifestyle. In this Sumo’s opinion, it’s actually not that bad these days.
You see, people are still buying, selling, dining out, taking trips. We find a way to do these things. It may take a bit longer for some, but we still do it.
Depending on what your job is, though, it could take you a considerably longer time than your peers to be able to enjoy leisure activity.
And the old advice starts popping up in everyone's head. You need to work longer hours to make more money.
Or go back to school and get a degree that no one will really care about because that’s what you’re told you’re supposed to do.
Why work longer hours for the same hourly wage or to try to impress your boss so that you get a raise? (Which likely won’t happen by working longer hours.)
Why not do something entirely different that you actually enjoy, and get paid MORE for the same amount of hours, possibly even fewer hours?
It doesn’t take much to acquire a new skill (especially not a loan to go to school for it), when it’s open to anyone willing to learn it, and the demand for it is just getting higher!
Obviously, from reading the headline you know that I’m talking about learning HTML5.
See where I’m going with this? You should probably hop on the HTML5 train (cliche, I know) and start absorbing everything you’ll need to build your own sites and apps.
So we talked to John Ulliman, founder of On The Wave, who has been working in interactive digital media since 1985. In 1991, he started his own studio, On The Wave Visual Communications, providing 2D and 3D graphics and animations for print, video, and the web.
This guy is your instructor. This guy knows what he’s talking about. This guy has got a course to teach you about HTML5 -- from the very basics to a completed site made with HTML5.
So sit back and take notes.
John’s course is $99.95 to download and start learning the fundamentals of HTML5 -- the correct way. You’ll be taken through 66 courses (Over 7 hours of instructional videos) and hand code your way to HTML5 glory.
But like I said, times are tough...
So not only did we get his course (for download only) on HTML5, but we’re SQUASHING the price down to $39.95! Wayyyy less than what you would pay for an outdated community college programming course.
You could start your new path as a web developer and be caught up to the early adopters in such a short time, and even make a little money on the side helping out with some freelance projects.
P.S. You could learn everything in this course over a week with just an hour a day! But if for some reason you feel like you didn’t get what you paid for, this Sumo has made it my duty to give you a 100% guaranteed refund for any reason, any time before you die!
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