Introducing the Bug Bounty Program for Courses

Did you find an error? A mistake in something I said, or text that appears on screen? Has something changed since the time the course was published that is affecting your ability to learn the skills being taught?

My name is Scott Duffy, and I teach over a dozen courses online, including some of the most popular courses in the field of TOGAF or Microsoft Azure. In the past, I've been able to keep track of changes that happen in the industry, and update the video courses and practice tests to be 100% accurate. But to do that going forward, I need your help.

Introducing the Bug Bounty program.

The goal of this bug bounty is to collect and keep track of all required updates to the video courses, so that I can fix the video as quickly as possible. If you submit a bug on this form, and we validate that it's an error that needs to be corrected, we'll enter your name into a draw for a prize.

Each month, we'll draw a name from the list of bounty hunters, and award a $100 gift card as a thank you for helping to improve the courses for yourself and all students.

Simply fill in the form below. You'll need to identify the course title, and the lecture that contains the bug. Or the practice test and question number. Or if there is a topic that is missing. We'll do the rest.

NOTE: Any contact information you provide will only be used in relation to the bug/contest and not for any other purpose. You won't be added to a list, and your contact info will not be retained

Bug Bounty

The software architect bug bounty program.
  • Which course does this report relate to?
  • Enter a number or a name to identify the exact problem lesson
  • Please describe what you would like to see added or modified about the course?
  • Only to notify you with your gift card prize if you win. Will not be retained beyond the contest.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.