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Learn Python with this low-cost programmer bundle


Learn Python basics and advanced skills for $40.
Become a Python master with this bundle, which includes more than 400 different lessons.
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Python is the most popular coding language in the world. It has endless applications, and once you learn it, you can start applying it to many different fields and hobbies.

Ready to get started learning Python? For a limited time, you can get The Complete 2022 Python Programmer Bundle on sale for just $39 (regularly $1,791).

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The Python Programmer Bundle comes with more than 46 hours of Python instruction from some of the internet’s top instructors and Python professionals. Whether you’ve done a little coding or are just getting started, this bundle has a place for you to start — and a lot of places for you to go.

It includes nine courses for you to choose from. Beginners can start at “Introduction to Python Programming” and learn the fundamentals, vocabulary and basic skills. More advanced students can jump straight into “Intermediate Python for Next Level Programming Expertise” and some of the more-focused courses.

This bundle comes with more than 400 different lessons, so you can learn at your own pace. Professional programmers and teachers like Edward Pie guide the classes. Pie is a Berlin-based AI engineer who uses his expertise in deep reinforcement learning and computer vision in robotics to teach new learners and programmers. He already teaches on YouTube, so he was quite a find for this bundle.

With lifetime access, you can take your time learning and internalizing your Python skills until you can code without even thinking.

Save on the Complete 2022 Python Programmer Bundle

Python has nearly endless applications, including making your own apps that you might eventually see on the App Store or Google Play. For a limited time, you can get The Complete 2022 Python Programmer Bundle on sale for $39 (regularly $1,791).

And, if you don’t want to stop at Python, you can also learn to code with Java, the second-most-popular coding language — and the tool behind a huge portion of game design.

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