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Master this in-demand programming language with 50+ hours of hands-on, professional training.
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02.18.16
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Want to learn programming? Python is a great language to start with—It's widely used and multi-faceted, but easier to learn and understand than most other programming languages. Python has tons of real world applications, so skills are in higher demand than ever. Right now, Engadget readers can get lifetime access to the Python Programming Bootcamp, featuring over 50 hours of Python programming training for just $39—a full 96 percent off retail value.

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