Each week, I will be making an entire mini-course free. I will actually do this by enabling "Full Preview".
What does Full Preview mean?
Let us suppose you are interested in the "Intro to NLU" mini-course.
Normally, this is what the course description page looks like. Notice that there is exactly one video at the top which has the Preview button enabled.
I have made this course full preview for the week of Nov 4- 10th 2019.
So this is what the course curriculum will look like this week. Notice that all the lectures can be previewed for free. This is what I refer to as a "Full Preview". Since the entire mini-course contains only lecture videos, this makes the course effectively free.
And this is what it looks like when you click on the Preview button and start watching the course.
What happens when the full preview ends?
When the week ends, I will remove the preview, which means the course goes back to being a paid course.
And a new mini-course will become available for free via Full Preview the next week.
Which mini-course will I make full preview? It is going to be randomly selected each week.
So if you would like to know which mini-course I have made as free preview for a given week, you can
a) either check out the Free Stuff page on my course website
b) or sign up for my weekly newsletter and be automatically notified
I send out a weekly email newsletter (about Dialogflow and related topics, usually on Mondays), and in that I will be announcing the current week's free mini-course.
The easiest way to sign up for my email newsletter is to sign up to my course website and you will be automatically added to my weekly newsletter.
You can unsubscribe by clicking a single link (which is included in every email), and you will not be receiving the weekly updates after that.
How many mini-courses will be made free?
At the moment, I am planning to do this for sure through end of January 2020.
I will see how it goes till then and make my decision whether I would like to continue.
Get permanent access to the mini-course
Once you go through the videos, if you leave a review for the mini-course, I will enroll you into the course for free and you will have permanent access to the mini-course.
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