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With over 120 hours of content, this training walks you through the basics of web and mobile app development
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September 24, 2019
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Web and app developers are in high-demand across countless industries, and with good reason. Companies are scrambling to hire talented and trained developers who can do everything from build websites to program best-selling apps, and developer salaries continue to grow higher by the day.

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There's instruction that walks you through both the fundamentals and more advanced elements of Android development, UX-friendly app creation, C# and .NET frameworks, iOS 2 and Swift development and much more.

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