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APIs

Does the course/tutorial 'Build a Chatbot with Watson API's' still exists on Treehouse? Can't find it..

Through the company learning page I wanted to enroll in the course/tutorial 'Build a Chatbot with Watson API's', but I can't find it anywere?

4 Answers

The Watson course was brought out of retirement! https://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-chatbot-with-watson-apis

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,920 Points

Interesting! Are there any other courses being un-retired?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,920 Points

When I follow an old link to this course, I get this message:

"Build a Chatbot with Watson APIs" was retired on January 8, 2022.

If your subscription level is "Courses Plus" or higher, try contacting the Support folks, they can sometimes provide retired courses to view offline.

luckily it was falsely retired. It's now available again.

Jason Gilmore
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Jason Gilmore
Treehouse Staff

Hi Steven Parker we are currently auditing our courses to confirm whether others (like the Watson course) were mistakenly retired. Is there a particular course you have in mind? If so let us know and we'll check it out straight away. Thank you!

Erick Luna
Erick Luna
20,282 Points

Other courses like "Spring Basics", "Spring with Hibernate" and "User Authentication in Spring" have been retired too and they are prerequisites for the "Build a REST API in Spring" workshop. Craig Dennis is mentioning topics that I'm not familiar with and if I want to check those topics I cannot because the corresponding courses are retired. I understand some courses need to be updated but if we don't have a substitute our learning process is incomplete. Please help.