Reviewing online tech courses: Git, Command Line, Google Analytics

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I thought I could make a series to review some online courses about front-end development, angularjs, UX-UI design, photoshop, illustrator, and more!

Before I participate in a course I always read the comment section but sometimes it’s not enough, and I feel like I want somebody to give me his honest opinion about it, and that’s what I want to do with this series called “Reviewing online tech courses”.

I am reviewing courses from well-known, free or paid, self-paced or not, online educational platforms like Udemy, Udacity, Coursera, Edx, Codecademy. The duration and level of each course may vary. Some of them provide a certification for free (e.g Udemy), other sources provide the lessons for free but you have to pay for the certification (e.g Edx), and others do not provide a certification.


  1. I have never been paid to review a course and I don’t gain anything from reviewing them.
  2. I only review courses that I have participated in and completed at least 95% of them.
  3. The order I am presenting them is randomly

Google Tag Manager for Beginners, Udemy, Paid

Google Tag Manager


Are you an Digital Marketer, Digital Analyst and use Tools like Google Analytics or Google AdWords on a regular basis? Then you probably know how important it is to track data and conversions. Are you measuring these data points yourself yet? No? Still have to run to a developer to get the job done? Then Google Tag Manager is for you.

Take this free Introduction course to Google Tag Manager and learn

  • what Google Tag Manager is all about
  • how to install Google Analytics with the help of GTM
  • how to deploy Event Tracking with GTM
  • and get further Resources to dive deeper into GTM
  • At the end of this course you will have a good overview on what GTM is all about and can decide if you want to dig deeper and learn more.

We also prepared some Challenges for you to practice what you have learned for a greater learning effect.

NO prior Knowledge required — (though it might be good if you know what Google Analytics is). This is an indroductory course and will teach you GTM from the ground up.


  • Lectures: 23
  • Video: 2.5 hours
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion


  • No prior Knowledge of GTM required
  • Having an understanding of what Google Analytics does is a plus, but not a must
  • Knowing other Marketing Technologies (AdWords, Retargeting, Display Advertising, Facebook Marketing) is a plus, but not a must

Google Analytics Training Course For Beginners, Udemy

Google analytics


Google Analytics Training: Learn how to harness the most powerful free analytics tool in the world to grow your business.

Follow These 7 Steps to Collect Actionable Data from Your Website

  • Install Google Analytics to your site in less than 5 minutes
  • Enable 3 Essential Reports (demographics, search console & Adwords )
  • Google Analytics Goals: Set up Goal Tracking to Measure Success
  • Filter Internal Traffic So You Don’t Skew Your Data
  • Add a Custom Dashboard to monitor the health of your business
  • Get Notified for Traffic Drops & Spikes with Custom Alerts
  • Leverage Annotations to Label Your Marketing Campaigns

Just follow these steps and my example to quickly create a robust analytics system and schedule.

You’ll also get a Google Analytics Audit checklist which you can use to turn data into actionable insights.

No experience is required.


  • Lectures: 11
  • Video: 1 hour
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion


  • You just need a Gmail account to set up Google Analytics
  • No previous experience. Just follow the simple steps in the course.

Learn the Command Line, Codecademy, Free

Learn the command line


By the end of the course, you will be able to navigate, access, and modify files and folders on your computer — all without a mouse!

Why learn the command line?

We use our mouse and fingers to click images of icons and access files, programs, and folders on our devices. However, this is just one way for us to communicate with computers. The command line is a quick, powerful, text-based interface developers use to more effectively and efficiently communicate with computers to accomplish a wider set of tasks. Learning how to use it will allow you to discover all that your computer is capable of!


The free version includes the theory and some practical exercises.

The paid version includes the theory, 7 projects and 4 quizzes.

Requirements: n.a.

Learn Git, Codecademy, Free

Learn Git


Git, simply put, is a tool to save versions of your code. This course will show you basic workflow and core features, different ways to undo changes or save multiple versions of a project, and how to collaborate with other developers.

Why learn Git?

Ever have a “I lost all my work and I have a deadline the next day” moment? Git is the most popular version control tool — something that developers use to save all relevant versions of their work to avoid moments like those. Git also makes it easy for developers to collaborate and share work with others!


  • The free version includes the theory and some practical exercises.
  • The paid version includes the theory, 8 projects and 4 quizzes.

Requirements: n.a.

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