Programming is part of the future, and learning to code is becoming more important as part of any career. Python is one of the most useful coding languages to pick up to boost your career, as it's used to drive a wide range of coding projects. Yet if you're new to the language, or coding as a whole, it can be hard to know where to get started. This pay-what-you-want bundle makes picking up this flexible, powerful language both time and budget-friendly.
Here's how it works: As people buy the bundle at the price that they want, we track the average of those purchases and show the top buyers on a leaderboard. You can pay any amount and you'll get a portion of the bundle. Beat the average price, and you'll get access to the entire bundle. Beat the current leader on the board and you'll not only get the bundle but you'll also be entered for a giveaway!
The courses start with the basics of Python and GitHub and build from there to explore web development, automated post design, building desktop applications, package management, and more. The courses mix instruction with code-along project work so you can "get your hands dirty" with code and apply concepts quickly. They're taught by Shubham Sarda, one of the top online instructors in code who's shown over 20,000 students how to write, implement, and test their code; Global Training, a team of instructors with decades of experience in both coding and self-guided learning; and Prashant Pandey, founder of the Learning Journal with nearly two decades of experience in the IT industry.
Whether you want to add Python to your IT skillset or get started with coding, this bundle will show you how to get the most from it. To get started, pay what you want for a portion of the Advanced Python Masterclass & Automation Training Bundle or beat the average price for all 13 courses.
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