Source: /cirosantilli/udacity

= Udacity

It is a shame that they refocused to more applied courses. This also highlights their highly "managed" approach to content creation. Their 2022 pitch on front page says it all:
\Q[for as few as 10 hours a week, you can get the in-demand skills you need to help land a high-paying tech job]
they are focused on the highly paid character of many software engineering jobs.

But one cool point of this website is how they hire tutors to help on the courses. This is a very good thing. It is a fair way of monetizing: <e-learning websites must keep content free, only charge for certification>.