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Hey, we’re from Ukraine!
I hope you’re doing great with your efforts toward becoming a JavaScript professional.
As some of you already know, I’ve been forced to leave my home and get my wife and kids to safety. War is no fun and I’m extremely lucky to have the ability to work from anywhere in the world.
While I wish you never suffer the consequences of war with the rockets flying around and tanks entering your city, I’m absolutely positive that by learning JavaScript, you’ll get a job that will give you all the freedom you’ve been dreaming of.
Quite a few of you reached out to me asking for an alternative payment solution as our payment provider Stripe, stopped accepting some credits cards (mainly from Russia and Belarus, but some other countries were affected as well).
A solution, for now, is crypto. The preferred coins would be BTC, ETH, and USDT, but realistically I can accept any other major coin. You can contact me personally on Telegram to get the payment details and once you do the transfer, I’ll activate your premium subscription manually.
Another news is that the prices for my Full Stack JS course are going up on April 15.
You still have one week to get a monthly subscription for $29/month or a yearly sub for $299/year.
This will lock in the price for you for as long as your subscription stays active. If you are already a premium subscriber, you have nothing to worry about as the price for you won’t change.
Stay tuned for the next newsletter where I’ll tell you about how to get started with the open-source Node modules and Node Package Manager (npm).
Cheers!
P.S. I’m very grateful for your support. You can get a 5$/month subscription to my newsletter here.

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