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Train to become a skilled Python coder for just $50


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Python is one of the most widely used coding languages in the world. And, good news, it isn’t very difficult to learn — especially for those experienced using other platforms. If you want an introduction to the language, but would rather avoid a traditional college education, then give The Complete 2020 Python Programming Certification Bundle a try.

This package, which contains $2,385 worth of expert-led training, is ideal for anyone who wants a crash course in the Python programming language but would rather learn it on their own terms. It includes 12 courses that introduce students to the basics plus illustrates how to apply the language in a variety of applications from automation to data mining to Blockchain.

What makes this bundle so advantageous is its flexibility. The courses are delivered online so you can learn whenever you want, 24/7. Simply log in from anywhere using a desktop computer or mobile device. And, since you’ll enjoy lifetime access to the content, there’s no rush to get them finished. Just start at your leisure and go at your own pace.

This may be the most hassle-free way to get training that could make a big difference in your professional life. After all, Python is as popular as ever and that trend isn’t expected to change anytime soon. Discover your aptitude with The Complete 2020 Python Programming Certification Bundle, offered to readers for just $49.99.

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