I kept asking all of them too. That is the first thing I do.Plus it cannot hurt to send them a feedback and ask for captions. I think that's how Udemy (or one of them) started.. I kept asking about captions lol.
Yep true on Lynda and the libraries. Mine does but I've discovered my card is expired. Didn't even know it (unless I missed an email somewhere- it gets buried in all the job board emails I get...). Cyberary I'll have to check out- thanks for that suggestion!I kept asking all of them too. That is the first thing I do.
I didn't like Udemy though(not so responsive on captions requests, and using a lot of auto-captions).
Lynda.com is a nice source, also it is free if your local library partners with Lynda.
My favorites - Coursera, Udacity, and Cybrary(this one has some captioned courses).
Hmm may look into Cyber Security or Penetration testing. I'm a QA tester- manual mostly and mainframe (may have mentioned that)... would love to get into programming but I'd still be happy with testing- automated or manual.Cybrary is a lot more on Cybersecurity, Networks, Cloud and Virtualization technologies, Datacenters, Malware, Penetration testing and hacking etc.
I switched from SQAE to IT Engineering.