In schools and offices alike, it's becoming clear that learning to code is going to be a cornerstone of life and work going forward. And one of the most common forms of code, one you interact with every day, is JavaScript. Originally built to drive the internet, JavaScript has expanded to game design, apps, and much more. This pay-what-you-want bundle will show you how it all works, and how to make it work for you, at the price you name.

Each course is taught by Laurence Svekis, a professional instructor, Google Developer Expert, and application developer with twenty years of experience. With a 4.3 out of 5 instructor rating on StackSocial, Svekis brings his decades of practical work experience in web design, game development, and app construction to code-along JavaScript projects. He starts with the very basics of JavaScript, moving into simple games, and moving into web design, including how the language interacts with HTML 5 and dynamic web pages.

In a pay-what-you-want bundle, we average the total of what each person pays for the bundle, with the highest-paying customers tracked on a leaderboard. As more people decide what they'll pay, the average shifts accordingly. Pay any price you want and you're guaranteed to receive some of the bundle, ideal for getting started or learning something new. Pay above the average price, and you'll unlock the whole bundle.

Pay enough to get on the leaderboard, even only for a moment, and you'll be entered into our Incredible $5K Giveaway. And if you top the leaderboard, at any point, you get five entries into the contest.

Once you learn JavaScript, you'll view the sites you browse and the apps you use in a new light. Normally, this course bundle would cost $1,791, yet the crowdsourced discount can save you up to 99%.

Prices subject to change.

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