When are new courses coming?

When are new courses coming?

Unfortunately, we cannot give an exact time line for the release of new courses on any one topic. Creating courses is a team effort at Zenva, so there is a lot of work and changes that go into each course to bring them up to our quality standards. Additionally, as technology changes throughout the months and years, we routinely have to adjust our priorities to ensure our students are getting the most up-to-date techniques on the topics we cover.

This said, we do routinely announce new courses in our newsletter, so we recommend signing up if you haven't already.
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