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Here’s how you can learn essential computer science skills, without the student loans.

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Any conversation about the current state of the job market inevitably involves talk of the tech industry. From coding to data analysis to IT to cybersecurity, a number of the world's highest in-demand jobs fall within this booming industry. The good news is that you don't have to go back to university to study up on these essential skills. The Complete Computer Science Bundle will catch you up over 70 plus hours of instruction, and you can pay just $19 today.

There are more than 600 notable programming languages out there, and deciding on a starting point can be a bit daunting. Thankfully, this bundle is rife with resources and information to point you in the right direction. The Complete Computer Science Bundle offers training on the industry's most popular programming tools, like C, Java, Python, and SQL.

Ideal for beginners or those looking to brush up on some critical skills, this training guides you through the basics of building websites, managing databases, and even creating apps. It also includes a course on the business successes and failures of top tech companies, like Facebook, Twitter, and Apple so that you can apply these insights to your business endeavors.

The Complete Computer Science Bundle has a combined value of over $350, but you can get it today for just $19, saving more than 90 percent. This discount won't last long, so grab yours today.

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