This 200-plus hour coding course bundle is on sale for just $25

TL;DR: Through Nov. 23, you can get the 2023 Premium Learn to Code Certification Bundle for just $24.99 instead of $2,786 — that’s a 99% discount.

Learning to code is a lot more than building websites or apps, though the right language can equip you to do that too. If you master something like Python, you could end up working in machine learning, AI, academic research, cybersecurity, and beyond. And that’s just one language. 

If you want to learn Python, Ruby, Javascript, C++, and more, then you should try the 2023 Premium Learn to Code Certification Bundle. We’re showing thanks this season by offering early access to some amazing deals, and that’s how you can get this premium coding bundle for just $24.99 through November 23.

Get a thorough introduction to coding 

If you’re completely new to coding, the hardest choice will be deciding where to start. If you’ve already mastered one language, there’s more to learn because these courses cover a broad range of topics. 

Learn the basics of Python in Learn to Code with Python 3, then apply your skills to an actual project in a course that has you building a medical diagnosis bot. Just these two courses total 18 hours of instruction, and that’s just the start. 

There are 14 courses totaling 244 hours of material included in this bundle. All of it is yours to learn for life, so you can go at a crawl or race through. You could bounce between the beginner courses for Python, Java, Javascript, Django, and C++, or you could focus on one language. Stick to the Python courses, and you could be building your own digital escape room in no time. 

These courses are taught by a mix of experienced professionals like Joe Ghalbouni, the founder of LearningWhilePracticing, and Tony Staunton, a developer and productivity consultant. 

Learn to code in 14 courses 

Until November 23 at 11:59 pm PT, get the 2023 Premium Learn to Code Certification Bundle for just $24.99 (reg. $2,786) — no coupon needed.

Prices subject to change.

Mashable