Anyone know if these Zenva courses from the Learn to Code Bundle are worthy?
My take is that there are better resources out there for people new to programming.
The $1 contents have "bite-sized" courses. They are probably just the basics, and I'm not sure who needs basic HTML and CSS design courses in 2020. Wordpress-style sites have enough of a tutorial to make you proficient, and to be honest those languages are very easy to learn. Most pages aren't even strictly HTML anymore, either. Python would be good, but like the description says, there are many flavors of Python and I highly doubt the "bite-sized" introduces them all. Both Unity and Android Studio have free tutorials, Unity even includes them in their launcher. BUT $1 is very cheap, so there's hardly any investment for you or for them.
I wouldn't just get the BTA. Not enough pertinent content. If you do want a higher tier, splurge the extra $8 for the highest one.
The $25 tier seems okay, it at least includes stack building courses. Python courses are the standout to me, as someone who got into the field through data science. There's always openings for data science, and Python can serve as entry points into development, analysis, or AI programming. Highly emergent technology. The novelty programming courses might be useful to people who want to release games built in those respective styles, but keep in mind that more than half of all successful applications involve ingenuity. It's not enough to replicate another game, unless you make a conscious effort to learn the CONCEPTS and apply them elsewhere. It's like how Rocksmith will teach you chord memorization, but not music theory.
I use Pluralsight for most of my learning. Anyone can create a MOOC and sell it these days, but I find that Pluralsight has high quality curated content. You can find 1/3/6 month trial links online, and I think they have a student program. It only costs $35 per month for unlimited training, anyway. Udemy is also good, but it's at the other end of the spectrum; everyone publishes on it for passive income, making it competitive and resulting in some really good content.
So yeah, the $25 tier includes a wide range of basic concepts for interested programmers. Can't speak to the quality of Zenva's products.