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It’s 2017 — why don’t you know how to code already? Programming isn’t for the uber-elite in their hermetically sealed tech-labs anymore. Today, coding has become such a utilitarian skill that it’s no surprise to find grandmothers fully capable of constructing their own custom Pinterest pages. However, despite the growth of the skilled, the demand continues to dominate the tech industry, making it a lucrative skill to master.

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This package of learning featuring over 80 hours of quality instruction guiding you through all the most important elements of modern-day programming. You’ll cover basics like HTML and CSS all the way through new tools and languages like Xamarin and iOS 10.

Ruby, Python, Java — all the major languages are covered. And once you’ve mastered the basics of the programs and frameworks that have been used to construct a vast majority of the web you know today, you’ll have the skills to become a working — and in many cases, well paid — web developer with this limited time deal.

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On the same day in May 2019, the Army Corps of Engineers awarded a pair of contracts worth $788 million to replace 83 miles of fence along the southwest border.

The projects were slated to be completed in January 2020, the Corps said then. Four months into this year, however, the government increased the value of the contracts by more than $1 billion, without the benefit of competitive bidding designed to keep costs low to taxpayers.

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