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The world, or at least the economy, is kind to programmers, but people are still mean. Fortunately, you have thick skin and an elastic heart, so you're already thinking about how you'll fit in when the singularity comes about and we all start answering to robots! The solution? Learn to code! Cyberpunk dystopia aside, you can at least make some good money in the short-term. Whether you've got some coding skills already or you're a complete beginner, these six resources will help you become a pro for less than $50.
These days, most beginner coders start with Python because it's relatively straightforward and used in a huge array of programs. In this course, you'll get up to speed with Python and, at the very least, determine if you're way over your head or not.
Java is one of the most important languages to web development. In this course, you'll learn the fundamentals of how programs organize and manipulate data, discovering how you, too, can organize and manipulate data to do your evil bidding.
Full stack developers are people who can code both the front and back ends of a website all by their little selves. Don't worry if you don't know what that means yet; it's basically like having the ability to be both the head and the butt of a horse costume. Practically superheroic, right? In these courses, you'll learn how to become one yourself. No more Wix for you!
What an enticing name, right? With ten courses and more than 120 hours of training, it's pretty premium, alright. You'll learn web development, data management, and even some deep learning programming in these courses.