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Here's how you can learn Java programming for just $49

Learn one of the most widely used programming languages in the tech industry with nearly 60 hours of professional training for over 90 percent off.
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April 27, 2017
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Like it or not, basic programming and web development skills are becoming more important for the average person's digital literacy. There are plenty of training resources available to help you learn, but finding quality instruction that won't cost a small fortune can be tough.

To dive into a powerful, general-purpose language that's both versatile and beginner friendly, we recommend starting with Java. The 2017 Complete Java Bundle features 7 courses and 58 hours of content to take you from beginner to advanced Java developer. The combined value of all courses is over $900, but Engadget readers can get it today for $49.

Course topics include:

  • The fundamentals of object-oriented programming in Java
  • Building multi-threaded applications that perform complex operations in parallel
  • Crafting graphical interfaces that work with files and user input
  • Using Java to make Android mobile apps
  • Advice for passing technical developer interviews

Mastering Java will prepare you to build everything from complex server back-ends for web applications to mobile games. Get familiar with this essential programming language with the 2017 Complete Java Bundle for just $49 today.

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