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Monday, December 09, 2019

Start Your Coding Career – And Get The Training For Any Price You Want

It used to be that a career in coding was strictly the domain of the computer science nerds, requiring advanced degrees and a professional pedigree that kept many young programmers out. Today, learning to code is practically a blue collar occupation, open to any hungry, web-savvy hard worker with enough drive and training to master the skills of web development.

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