Coding has penetrated so deeply into our lives, our cars may soon be mining cryptocurrencies while we charge them. So whether you're looking for a new career, or need to add skills to stay on top of your current job, the 2022 All-in-One Learn to Code Certification Bundle will teach you what you need to know for the coming year, and it's available at an even deeper discount with our ongoing Cyber Monday Sale.
Understanding code will not only help your career, it'll help you understand how the tools you use every day work. Each of these fifteen courses are taught by people who work with code every day, from front-end engineers and web developers to PhDs and entrepreneurs. The courses are built around practical code-along projects drawn from their personal experience, so you can get a better sense of what the job of being a coder entails while picking up useful tips and tricks to stay on top of your work.
Learning Across The Stack
The bundle features courses rated as high as 4.9/5 stars, and up-to-the-minute information on topics including web design, app development with Google Go and Swift, cloud computing and integration, database management for both those new to the topics and anyone looking to brush up on their skills. There are also short courses discussing non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and building Chrome extensions, perfect for testing out your new skills.
Each course is divided into short units that are easy to review and fit into busy schedules, so you can learn at your own pace and thoroughly grasp more complex topics before you move on. The entire bundle is accessible via any device, so you can always fit in learning wherever you've got a basic laptop or review a lesson on your phone while traveling.
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