Will there be new courses in 2023?

I have to renew my subscription in May 2023. And I would like to know if there are new courses that are planned to be added to this year’s, and which ones. Is there a roadmap somewhere on future courses?

Also: Since so many other academies and course-sellers offers lifetime access to completed courses. It would be fantastic if we could have lifetime access to our completed courses. I feel that if there are no new interesting courses for me planned to be released this year, I’ll have to unsubscribe to the academy, and it would be a pity to lose access to courses that I have completed.

I have already paid two years on the academy. It was a lot of money, and there is so much free content regarding web3 on the net. It would be nice to add a lifetime feature if we have already been subscribed for x amount of time. Also, It would be good if the current courses could be actually be updated on at least yearly basis.

I had to view materials from 2019 and 2020 that were completely outdated, and some of the exercises I could not do because of outdated packages and incompatibilities.

All the courses here are using truffle for solidity compilation. And truffle has lost adoption since like 2 years ago, completely replaced by hardhat and its ethers.js . And we are on the verge of something new with foundry, yet there is no material for learning any of this here.

I really liked the academy so far, I wish it could be better, and keep up-dated. But I am afraid the time for me is coming to not renew my membership, and it feels terrible because I really liked to be part of this community.
Also, I have never heard of any hackathons while doing the courses, I think students are not communicated correctly of all the things there are to do on Moralis.

Sorry for the long post and thank you for your answer.
If anybody wants to connect with me, I’m on https://www.linkedin.com/in/jplaclau/.


seems no courses gonna be added soon, sadly :frowning:

I would also like to know if there will be new courses and where I can find a plan on them

Thanks for the information!