There’s no time like the present to start training for a new career that can change your life, and you can be working in a new tech job before you know it with this e-learning bundle.
Tech jobs were some of the hottest careers this year, and that’s not likely to change any time soon. So, if your 2022 goals include a new well-paid tech position, then you will be thrilled to hear that The 2022 All-in-One Computer Science Certification Bundle allows you to train at your own pace for a variety of careers, even if you have no previous tech experience whatsoever. Best of all, if you use coupon code CMSAVE70 by Dec. 5, you can get the bundle for only $10.50 during our Cyber Monday sale.
Python is so easy to learn that it’s taught to middle-school students, yet it’s still and loved by even hard-core tech pros. It’s one of the top programming languages and there will be enormous demand for the skills well into the future. “Python 3: From Zero to GUI programming” quickly takes you from beginner to master, allowing you to kickstart that new career in no time.
“Applied Probability/Stats for Computer Science, DS & ML” may sound intimidating, but former students were found it quite satisfactory, giving it a 4.6 out of five stars rating. Instructor Mohammad Nauman is a master: Significant changes to Android permissions were made as a result of his Android security research.
But there are more than just courses on programming languages in this bundle. “Web Development Omnibus: jQuery, AngularJS, & ReactJS” teaches you how to design interactive websites from scratch. And “Building Voice Apps Using Amazon Alexa” provides skills used for Amazon devices. Or learn about Google chatbots in “Hands-On Chatbots with Google Dialogflow.”
Don’t pass up this opportunity to train for a highly paid tech career: Grab The 2022 All-in-One Computer Science Certification Bundle by Dec. 5, while you can use coupon code CMSAVE70 to pay just $10.50 (normally $2,200) during our Cyber Monday sale. Note: This coupon code is good through Dec. 5, 2021.
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