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Learn to code with this $45 certification bundle

This in-depth bundle will teach you how to build websites and programs using a variety of in-demand programming languages and tools
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October 28, 2019
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If you're interested in beginning or furthering virtually any type of career in tech, knowing how to code is absolutely essential. But knowing just one or two programming languages is no longer sufficient if you want to outpace the competition and land the most lucrative and exciting positions in the industry.

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With 12 courses and nearly 150 hours of content, this in-depth bundle will teach you how to build websites and programs using a variety of in-demand programming languages and tools.

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