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January 10, 2020
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With resolution season in full swing, now's the time to pick up new habits that will help you become the best version of yourself. And, if that version involves being someone with an in-demand set of skills that makes bank, then you'll want to make learning how to code a top priority this year.

The 2020 Premium Learn To Code Certification Bundle will get you up to speed with HTML5, Python, JavaScript and more staples coding professionals use every day, and it's available for over 95 percent off at just $39.

With ten courses and over 120 hours of in-depth training, this bundle offers a complete coding education for a fraction of what you'd pay at a coding bootcamp or university setting.

You'll learn how to use JavaScript in order to build responsive website apps, how to build powerful programs using Python and HTML5, how to integrate third-party apps and strings into your builds for added functionality, and much more.

There's also extensive instruction that teaches you how to build apps using Flutter—Google's cross-platform development framework. All in all, you'll walk away from the training with a fleshed out toolbox of skills and knowledge that can take you far as a coder in 2020.

Get the skills and tools you need to earn top salaries in coding and development with the 2020 Premium Learn To Code Certification Bundle for just $39—over 95 percent off its usual price.

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