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Learn PHP, MYSQL and more by making the ultimate Twitter clone website completely from scratch!
Do you want to be pro web developer or want to create social network engine just like twitter?
If so, you’re in the right place! This course will guide you step by step in creating your own Twitter clone COMPLETELY from scratch.
We’re talking the kind of website that will amaze anybody that sees it. The kind of website that will get you hired in no time!
Okay so what’s the course about?
I will personally guide you, step by step, in creating your own social network site just like Twitter complete with:
Likes, comments and retweets
Following and followers support
Clean Friendly URLs
Hashtags & Mention Users
and much more!
Whether you are a beginner* or an experienced programmer, this course will be massively beneficial to you.
Why should I take the course?
If you take this course, you will have nothing to worry about because we use all of these skills extensively!
By enrolling in this course, you will have the COMPLETE support from Christopher Glikpo. I'm always ready to answer any question you may have. Programming issues, errors, feature requests, general programming advice - it doesn't matter, I'm always happy to help! I always aim to respond to questions within a few hours and it's also worth noting that I've answered EVERY SINGLE question asked so far.
The site you create in this course will be the highlight of your project portfolio! Any potential employer who see's this project on your resume will want to hear all about it. The reason? They know that a project like this means you're familiar with the wide range of technical skills they need their employees to know.
Finally, this project is a lot of fun and I know you'll have a great time implementing your own unique ideas as well as the ones we implement together. What are you waiting for?
* Although this course is suitable for beginners, it is not an introduction to development course. I won't go into much detail when explaining the basic programming concepts but I'm here to help if you want more of an explanation - just let me know!