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Stone River’s massive eLearning library is a one-stop shop for all the tech training resources you’ll ever need.
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December 13, 2017
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Stone River's library of tech training courses is designed to give anyone the tools and resources to learn valuable new skills - from web and mobile development to 3D animation and game design. A subscription to their platform of over 2,000 hours of instruction normally costs $29 per month, but right now they're offering a lifetime of unlimited access for just $72.25 when you use code SRIVER15 at checkout.

All of the material on Stone River is taught by seasoned industry professionals, and every course comes with a completion certificate to show off to potential employers. Their sessions aren't just collections of video clips; each one comes with a complete set of project files to work from, and they offer student support to guide you through tougher lessons when you need it.

For comprehensive training in a wide variety of tech, Stone River eLearning is an ideal solution for generalists who want to become as versatile as possible. A monthly subscription normally costs $29, but you can get unlimited access for life today for just $72.25 with code SRIVER15 at checkout.

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