Hi, first I want to say that I like Egg-head. In many cases, you are ahead, and all your teachers are very smart. You guys put me on the right track in deciding what matters and whats good. Reasons enough to be very happy that you guys are around. Following the lessons is something else. Egg-head style lessons are famous to me because in most cases they leave me dazzeled after the first 3 minutes in lesson 1.
I, as a simple student, am lost again after the first 3 minutes Swagger. because there is no context. In this case: where can I find what is required in Swagger so that when I see the lesson, I can put things in context.
Example: at 1:45 in lesson 1, you say: I want to get rid of the licence stuff. Why would you want to do get rid of the licence stuff. Where can I find the Swagger documentation so that I understand this decison. At 2:06, it turns out property 'path' is missing. But first you want to add the 'host' element. Why would you first want to add the 'host' element. And how would I know a 'host' element is required in the first place.
If I, as a simple student, want to get to know Swagger, I will need to find a course (like I did for Angular2) that goes 1 step at a time. But thanks for drawing my attention to Swagger.