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A new HTML5 course starts today – still time to register

Learn HTML5 directly from the W3C! A course session starts today 24 March and this is going to be a fun course again with acclaimed passionnate teacher Michel Buffa. Read the past students’ feedback:

  • “The HTML5 content material is very good and Michel is awesome”
  • “The exercises allow some leeway to students in order to match individual skill and availability”
  • “I love the convenience, the great mix of people enrolled in the course, and that is offered by the W3C”

There is still time to register to this HTML5 course!

The HTML5 course will cover the techniques developers and designers need to create great Web pages and apps. The course lasts 6 weeks, but because it’s online, you have the freedom to learn at your own pace as long as you meet the assignments deadlines!

You will need to spend around 6-8 hours per week on the course. If you would like to receive a certificate of completion, you need to successfully complete 5 assignments during the course. Please read the course description for details and register soon!