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July 5, 2017
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Virtual Training Company was created to help anyone learn and develop new skills to stay relevant in today's ever evolving tech career landscape. Whether you want to master the latest Adobe software, learn how to code in the language of your choice, prepare for a wide array of IT certification tests, or learn graphic design concepts, Virtual Training Company has over 1,000 in-depth courses to guide you. Right now, they're offering lifetime access to all of their current courses for $79, over 90 percent off its usual price.

Current course topics include:

  • Web development languages (HTML, CSS, PHP, and Javascript)
  • Programming languages (Python, Ruby, Java, etc.)
  • Adobe and other popular software (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Flash, and more)
  • IT Certifications (CompTIA, MCSE, Certified Ethical Hacker)
  • Project Management
  • Graphic design and animation
  • Game development (Unity3D, Maya, Cinema 4D)
  • Data and analytics
  • Many, many more

If you have an appetite for learning new skills or are looking to kickstart a new career, Virtual Training Company is a great resource to have. A lifetime subscription is usually $2500, but Engadget readers can get one from GDGT Deals for 90 percent off—just $79.

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