I wanted to get some feedback on a project idea I'm throwing around:
10-15 min screencasts for computer science topics and low-level (C) programming.
I look at screencasts focused on specific high-level languages (php, js, python) or frameworks (django, laravel, react) and they're fairly approachable for beginners.
By comparison it seems as though the resources for learning CS / C are overwhelming, not for everyone, but certainly for beginners.
The idea would be to take an absolute beginner (i.e. a person who has never written a line of code) and - through project based learning - get them to a place where they could write their own database, text editor, or web server (I'm just throwing ideas out as examples).
I know it's a large undertaking, but I think there's room in the market for this type of education platform.
As an aside, I've got a landing page setup (https://nothingworks.io) to validate the idea before I start building anything.