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Take 9 courses to launch a career in computer science for less than $40

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You don't need to be on a college campus to receive a career-launching education in computer science. Technological innovations have made the learning process adaptable at home, and with the right tools, supply a seemingly limitless range of resources.

The 2021 Complete Computer Science Training Bundle combines nine different courses, all carrying ratings 4.2/5 stars and above, to deliver a comprehensive package of educational options. Users instantly gain lifetime access to more than 200 hours of content designed to build individuals' IT and data science skill-sets on a variety of platforms.

Packed with nearly 1,500 total lessons, this bundle normally sells for $1,800 but can currently be purchased for a fraction of that price. For a limited time, the complete collection of courses is discounted by 97%, reducing the final cost to only $39.99 (regularly $1,800).

Understand the tools you'll need to perform like a pro with courses on learning code, navigating Python, mastering Linux, and discovering discrete math — the backbone of mathematics and computer science. Plus, lessons on practical machine basics and web development await.

You'll be able to build up to 20 real-world websites, establishing a strong understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Learning how to code is a great way to jump into a new career or enhance your current outlook.

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