New Lower Prices on My Mastering Class Recordings and End-of-Year Live Class Season Pass

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Brent with two Bloody MarysIf you’ve been watching my Instagram feed or any of my recent Office Hours videos, you’ve noticed that I’ve moved down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. I’m absolutely loving it, having a great time watching whales, sitting on the beach, and sipping margaritas.

It turns out that the cost of living in Mexico is cheaper than San Diego. A lot cheaper. So you know what? I’m gonna cut the costs on my training classes to pass the savings on to you.

My individual Mastering class recordings used to be $995. Now it’s just $395 for Mastering Index Tuning, Mastering Query Tuning, Mastering Parameter Sniffing, or Mastering Server Tuning.

The Recorded Class Season Pass: Mastering used to be $2,395 for all of my Masters classes. Now it’s just $995!

I’ve also heard from a few of you that had Live Class Season Passes that expired this month, and you wanted to be able to watch the rest of my live classes scheduled through October. To make that happen, I’m temporarily selling a 7-month Live Class Season Pass for $895.

You can also pick up the Level 3 Bundle, which includes the 7-month Live Class Season Pass, plus a full year of Recorded Class Season Pass Masters & Fundamentals, SQL ConstantCare, and the Consultant Toolkit for $1,595.

Wanna save even more? Wanna drink the discount tequila? You got it: use coupon code VivaMexico for 25% off the Level 3 Bundle and the Live Class Season Pass, this month only.

I’m not bringing back the full Live Class Season Pass permanently – I just wanted to let folks continue to access my scheduled live classes through October of this year. After that, I’ll be taking a well-deserved break from live teaching – and drinking more of those cheap Mexican margaritas.

Viva!

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  • David Jonathan Aramburu Orozco
    March 14, 2022 5:15 pm

    Hi Brent,

    Are your courses with subtitles in Spanish?

    Unfortunately I don’t understand English very well. It makes it difficult for me to take your courses. But if they are subtitled, I could take some or even ask you, perhaps by message, for a specific question.

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    • No, they are only in English, and there are no subtitles.

      The problem with doing subtitles is that accurate subtitles are fairly expensive (around $1 per minute) and I constantly update the videos.

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      • As a deaf person – this is really frustrating.
        David – Windows has a built-in captioning feature where it will auto subtitle videos. It works fairly well for Brent’s videos. I’m not sure if it will do Spanish though.

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        • I totally understand. You might try Pluralsight, another popular training company. Since they rarely update their training videos, they can afford to put captions on them. (Of course, that’s a blessing and a curse.)

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  • So these margaritas do buy themselves after all?

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  • Taking a break from live teaching AND drinking more margaritas…sounds like semi-retirement is creeping up on you! ENJOY!

    Later,
    -Jim

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  • When we buy some recorded classes, are they always available for a period of only 1 year? (In the description here, it is clearly written that within the level 3 bundle, the recordings are available for 1 year, but I haven’t been able to find that info for the Recorded Class Season Pass: Mastering for example.) Thank you so much!

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