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  • Second Annual Udemy LIVE Begins Tomorrow!

    There’s an electricity in the air that can only mean one thing: Udemy LIVE! Our second annual instructor event kicks off July 28 and runs through the weekend here in San Francisco As we learned at our inaugural Udemy LIVE, nothing can match the experience of bringing this group together in person Many (if not...

  • Udemy as a Business, Part 4: Colt Steele

    Hope you’ve been enjoying our series of interviews with Udemy instructors who’ve parlayed their on-platform success into off-line business opportunities To wrap things up, we’ve got Colt Steele sharing his experience and advice To date, more than 134,000 students have enrolled in Colt’s courses (the number...

  • July 21, 2017: Friday News Roundup

    Welcome to the weekend (almost)! We’re counting down the days until Udemy LIVE, now just a week away, but we’re still keeping an eye on the news Forgot Where You Parked Good This column explores the role forgetting plays in our ability to learn over the longer term While it can feel frustrating not to recall a...

  • Udemy as a Business, Part 3: Mark Price

    Welcome to part 3 of our series on Udemy as a business Next up, we hear from Mark Price, another super-successful Udemy pro (15 published courses; more than 120,000 students) who has translated his online success into a successful business Mark is one of the popular instructors who’s already put together an iOS 11...

  • July 14, 2017: Friday News Roundup

    What’s happening in the world Disappointment if you’re into brain games, advice for whipping your workday into shape, the high school graduation of a Nobel laureate, and an unexpected threat to jobs in one American state Brain-training games don’t really train brains, a new study suggests Sorry, folks, doing...

  • Meet Udemy’s 2017 Interns, Part 3

    This is the final installment of our series introducing Udemy's summer interns, and we're going international to wrap things up That means showcasing the Dublin and Ankara offices Again, big thanks to corporate marketing intern Maggie Troedson for doing all the legwork to help us get to know the Udemy intern class of...

  • Udemy as a Business, Part 2: Jonathan Levi

    Welcome to Part 2 of our series on Udemy as a business Today, we chat with Jonathan Levi, who has extended his original “super learner” concept to now offer seven Udemy courses (with almost 60,000 students) in support of his off-line ventures as an entrepreneur, investor, lifehacker, and more (Missed Part 1 with...

  • July 7, 2017: Friday News Roundup

    Happy Friday! Today, we bring you skills for jobs of the future… but also a retro technology that’s rising again like a phoenix! And maybe liberal arts majors and techies can coexist peacefully after all 7 Critical Skills For the Jobs of the Future We’ve shared lists like this before: the areas where you can...

  • How to Build a Career, Not Just Find a Job

    Developing your professional network will be far more valuable than uploading your resume to every listing site on the internet Headlines abound whenever Facebook or Google introduce a new feature or product Recently, both rolled out similar services for job seekers, but don’t expect these tools to take all the...

  • Meet Udemy’s 2017 Interns, Part 2

    Corporate marketing intern Maggie is back with more fun facts about her fellow interns (and a fun fact about intern beverage consumption habits if you read till the end!) Today’s post completes our group of SF-based interns; stay tuned for an intro to our Dublin and Ankara teams Lana Dann University of California,...

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