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O'Reilly Online Learning is a fantastic online learning portal, with books, videos, and live interactive instructor-led learning for multiple IT subjects. The deal is $199 for the first year, down from the usual $399 annual subscription. At that price this is a no-brainer for the IT professional.

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Thank you! I've been waiting on this my subscription ends tomorrow from last year's deal. I wish they would bring back the lifetime for $199. I was worried there wouldn't be a code this year.
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I can't see what subjects they have.
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Many public libraries have online learning like Lynda.com (video based) or Gale Courses (interactive) for free. Wouldn't advise getting this unless you don't have an alternative.
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I subscribed earlier this year for $199. This is a heck of a deal. I mainly use O'Reilly for data science specifically ML/AI.

I use it for Python, Tensorflow, PyTorch, Blockchain fundamentals, Cuda etc. This is indeed a no brainer if you want to skill up for the most in demand skills of today.

Some of the Publishers included in the sub are O'Reilly, Safari, Packt.

Good luck and I hope you find what you are looking for when you get this.
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Is this portal useful for someone not from the IT field but interested in getting their toes wet and perhaps considering a career change?
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How does the course quality compare to say U-DEMY? I know there are a lot of trashy classes on U-DEMY. But there are a lot of good ones too. $199 is enough to buy almost 20 classes on U-DEMY.

I already have access to Oreilly books through Gatech library. Is it still worthwhile to get this?
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Is this portal useful for someone not from the IT field but interested in getting their toes wet and perhaps considering a career change?
Absolutely, yes. There is a ridiculous amount of high quality video courses, and books on just about any topic you could want in IT/software development.
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I notice there is satisfaction guaranteed.
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Without being able to see their content I have no way to tell if this would be useful to me or not. Has anyone found a link to a content overview? I worry that this is a just going to be a big pile of "introduction to whatever" courses and videos of presentations from their conferences but have no actual depth.
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Many public libraries have online learning like Lynda.com (video based) or Gale Courses (interactive) for free. Wouldn't advise getting this unless you don't have an alternative.
I can't speak to Gale (haven't previously heard of it), but having had both Lynda and O'Reilly for several years I can attest to the fact that they're very different products.

Relatively speaking, Lynda caters to a much wider audience as it covers many topics completely unrelated to IT. O'Reilly focuses almost exclusively on IT, with a heavy concentration on software development.

Lynda is (or was last time I used it) exclusively video-based learning, whereas O'Reilly supplements its impressive video library with a large catalog of e-books, and offers regular live learning sessions in which members can interact with an instructor.

Finally (and quite anecdotally), Lynda has excellent in-depth training on certain topics such as the Adobe suite, but its videos on software development are fairly superficial when compared with O'Reilly's.

Short version: Lynda offers breadth; O'Reilly offers depth. If forced to choose between them, creative types should opt for Lynda, and IT professionals for O'Reilly.
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I subscribed earlier this year for $199. This is a heck of a deal. I mainly use O'Reilly for data science specifically ML/AI.

I use it for Python, Tensorflow, PyTorch, Blockchain fundamentals, Cuda etc. This is indeed a no brainer if you want to skill up for the most in demand skills of today.

Some of the Publishers included in the sub are O'Reilly, Safari, Packt.

Good luck and I hope you find what you are looking for when you get this.
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