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Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the course I purchased? Why can't I access it?
Accounts at IAmTimCorey are based on email address. The most common reason folks can't find a course they just purchased is because they gave a different address at the time of purchase. You may have two accounts on our web site now. Email [email protected] if you need further assistance.
I just purchased a course and the link in the email is not letting me log in, what do I do?
Fear not, short answer is make sure you are using the email address on the log in screen that is the same as where the email was sent to. Next, use 'Forgot Password'. The secure link tends to get corrupted and that is the only work around.
Why are so many of the materials available for free on YouTube?
I put 200 free videos on YouTube because I am deeply committed to helping EVERYONE learn, not just those that can pay. My PAID courses fund the FREE training that I create. To be clear, the vast majority of the paid courses on iamtimcorey.com cannot be found on YouTube.
What additional value do purchased courses offer over YouTube courses?
- Lifetime access to the course materials at iamtimcorey.com *
- Downloadable source code
- Forum access to collaborate with other students on a course specific basis *
- Certificate of completion on each course
- Offline video access *
- Purchases help fund the development of more free content
(*) - not available to PASS subscribers
What training should I take next?
I get asked this a lot and so I put this video together to help address the topic: Full C# Tutorial Path for Beginners and Everyone Else. As the name states, it helps you understand the breadth of courses and where you can best jump in based on your personal experience level. I boil it down to two options (1) Use YouTube to piece together the training you want or (2) take the Guided Path with me at iamtimcorey.com.
If you choose the Self-Guided Path:
When you are ready to begin, be sure to leverage the Playlists.
Also, consider looking at my free Dev Questions podcasts and my Blog topics because I used them to address this topic from different perspectives.
If you choose Guided Path with iamtimcorey.com:
Follow the path I share in this video: Full C# Tutorial Path for Beginners and Everyone Else.
Use our Developer Path tool to plan your professional developer pathway (Coming Soon!).
If I purchase courses on your paid site, I no longer need to pay attention to your YouTube channel, right?
Wrong! My paid site has lots of great content and some does overlap with the YouTube content, like the Dev Questions, but I still post some other Preview and special topic videos on YouTube you will want to watch for, so please be sure to Sign up for my newsletter and also subscribe to the YouTube channel!
What are the three little dots all about?
You may have noticed the three dots by each course title. Those dots let you know what phase of training the course is designed to support. These dots signal if a course is the right one for you to take next.
The three phases I design my courses around are Foundation, Specialization, and Simulation. The reason is simple: At different times on your development journey, you need different kinds of training to help you go to the next level.
For example, You don’t need to start proving your skills in C# (Simulation Phase) before you have a strong grasp of the fundamentals (Foundation Phase).
Here are the Three Phases
●○○ Foundation Phase: Get equipped with a complete foundation in a topic’s fundamentals.
○●○ Specialization Phase: Go deeper into a topic you want to add to your skillset.
○○● Simulation Phase: Hone your real-world developer skills through rigorous practice.
What is the difference between a “Foundation” course and an “In Depth” course?
Those are series titles. Each series is designed to help you grow as a developer. On top of the thorough training you get with every course, here’s what you can expect from each series:
Getting Started Series: Gain the knowledge you need to start using the topic right away in the real world.
Foundation Series: Go from knowing nothing to being employable in the topic. This course type is designed to teach you what you need to know in a comprehensive, systematic way.
Exploring Series: Learn how to read code and mine for the best parts, all while learning about the topic.
Start to Finish Series: Get comprehensive training as you work through real-world projects from start to finish.
In Depth Series: Dive deep into a specific topic to really understand how to use it fully.
Building a Complete Application Series: Build a complete application in order to practice what you already (mostly) know in a topic or area.
Prove It Series: Test your knowledge of an area by taking on challenges that will push your skills. You will also get the answers to the challenges to compare to your solutions.
Should I learn Front-end (UI) or Back-end programming?
The User Interface (UI) is important but is a small percentage of the overall knowledge you need. The vast majority of the knowledge you need will be C#. Go here to hear me speak more on this topic.
Do you have a place where I can get help with problems I come across?
Yes! Students that purchase courses on iamtimcorey.com get free access to forums.iamtimcorey.com! The forum features class-specific categories, so you are placed with other students from your specific course(s). The goal is to get the community interacting more so everyone can help each other.
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course. You decide when you start and when you finish.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
I don't want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us at [email protected] in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
How do I change the name on my Certificate of Completion?
You have to change the name on your account before that name shows up on the certificates. Here is how - Edit Profile
What courses have Close Caption Subtitles (English)?
Tim recognizes that subtitles do help a lot of his students, so last year he committed to putting subtitles on all his new courses. The following courses have English subtitles:
- C# Application from Start to Finish Series
- Foundation in C#: Battleship Project
- Foundation in C#: Career Development
- Foundation in C#: Common Project Types
- Foundation in C#: Common Syntax
- Foundation in C#: Data Access
- Foundation in C#: Debugging
- Foundation in C#: Getting Started
- Foundation in C#: Hotel Management App
- Foundation in C#: Object Oriented Programming Part 1
- Foundation in C#: Object Oriented Programming Part 2
- Foundation in Web Development
- DevOps From Start to Finish
- Database DevOps From Start to Finish
- SQL Databases From Start to Finish (not the second course in the bundle)