This article was published on August 28, 2018

This 60-hour bootcamp teaches coding by actually coding — and it’s under $40

This 60-hour bootcamp teaches coding by actually coding — and it’s under $40
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Learning to code isn’t usually a casual idea that gets taken up on a whim. Understanding how and why the web works the way it does requires some serious study and some serious practice.

A web novice looking to program for the first time should seek out a cohesive instruction program that not only covers the coding basics, but lets them really get their hands dirty with practical web-building tasks. Upskills is serving up just such a program with their Interactive Coding Bootcamp, which is on sale now at over 90 percent off — just $39.

As opposed to course packages that cherry-pick from a handful of training disciplines, this 60-hour package is crafted as one expansive course. Taught by industry experts and renowned teachers Rob Dey and Gerard O’Neill, this training allows students to see how all the foundations of the web, the basic languages, platforms and tools, all work together.

Whether it’s front-end coding like HTML, CSS, Javascript or jQuery or back-end programming in Ruby on Rails, Node.js or others, this course will have you ready to tackle real-life assignments.

And that’s a good thing — because handling actual builds is what this training is all about. Students use what they’ve learned to create working products from scratch, including a working tic-tac-toe game, an expense tracker using Model View Controller, and a cryptocurrency monitor to help understand APIs.

There’s even a project to get your own practice startup running, utilizing fundamental dev tools and concepts that show up again and again, including Git, Bootstrap, ecommerce and more.

Regularly priced at $499, get in on this uber-training now for the limited time price of only $39.