The course actually exceeded my expectations and I started having great success even just a few months after completing both Java masterclass and Project Orion. I took on a load of mainly plugin service commissions and I think my proudest moment was making £60 from a single plugin. I think in total I made a few hundred but it wasn’t anything crazy nor would I of considered myself a “professional” at that point.
This success came at an inconvenient time, however, because I was just starting college in the UK and I couldn’t justify devoting so much time into making Minecraft plugins when I had bigger ambitions ahead of me. And I think that’s always been a barrier for me, I sometimes put too much on my plate and becomes hard to balance everything and that’s when I start losing motivation.
Good news, though, my college exams finish in about a month and then it’s like 3 months of summer before I go to uni so after seeing this new upgraded course I thought it could be a good opportunity to focus more of my time into it. In summary, this course gave me the potential to really fly in the Minecraft coding community and I think with the right motivation and situation in terms of free time, I could make more money by making plugins than I do at my current job and I’d be much happier doing so.
As someone who is very passionate about both coding and Minecraft, this course was the perfect kick-start that I needed to get a foot in the community and actually start making money! I learned everything I needed to in a logical way and the support and sense of community within the course is brilliant. Consider this course as an investment, and you’ll get out what you put in.