This article was published on December 13, 2019

Train up to a new career in 2020 with this $14 coding course

Train up to a new career in 2020 with this $14 coding course
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TLDR: For $13.99, the Front-End Developer Bootcamp Course explains all the basics of coding for even the greenest programming newbie.

We all know web development is one of the most accessible, lucrative fields to break into if you’re itching for a career switch. But, if you’re like most, the thought of stringing lines of code together might sound a bit harrowing, especially if you failed to major in comp-sci back in college. But, even if you’re a complete newbie, it’s not too late to master the nuts and bolts of web development—you just need the right training.

You can learn all the fundamentals of web development with the training in The Front-End Developer Bootcamp Course, which is on sale now for over 90 percent off, just $13.99 from TNW Deals.

This package of programming knowledge, including more than 130 lectures packed into 16 hours of content, is your one-stop primer, covering all the basics you’ll need to create top-notch websites and jumpstart your coding career.

You’ll dive into how to create the basic structure of sites and apps using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap and more, then advance to powerful web tools (like JavaScript and jQuery) that will help you layer on eye-popping, dynamic elements.

Once you’re done, you’ll have all the tools for building exceptional websites and apps that’ll draw users in and really show off your skills as a top-notch developer. 

Of course, the other key takeaway here is that this life-altering training is basically the price of a pizza right now. With this limited time offer, the $200 course is available for only $13.99. 

Prices are subject to change.

The Front End Developer Bootcamp Course – $13.99

Get coding for $13.99

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