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Learn to code in 2020 with this $45 training

With twelve courses and nearly 150 hours of premium content, this bundle will give you the skills you need in order to become an in-demand coding pro.
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December 31, 2019
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It's no secret that learning how to code is one of the best things you can do if you want to land a job in the increasingly lucrative tech sector, but not all of us have the time or income to attend night classes or an intensive bootcamp.

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With twelve courses and nearly 150 hours of premium content, this bundle will give you the skills you need in order to become an in-demand coding pro.

You'll learn how to create apps in JavaScript, build powerful websites using HTML5 and CSS3, integrate a wide range of third-party programs into your builds with AngularJS, and much more—all through instruction that will help you earn valuable certifications.

There's also extensive training that focuses on Python—one of the world's most popular and powerful programming languages that's favored by newcomers for its simplicity and versatility.

Land a lucrative career in programming and development with the Premium 2020 Learn to Code Certification Bundle for just $45—over 95 percent off for a limited time.

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