Learn the fundamentals of computer science for only $40

From coding to web development classes, this course bundle could lead you to a career in computer science.

  • If you put in the work, making a career switch to computer science is completely doable.
  • These computer science lessons in Python, Linux, TensorFlow, discrete mathematics, and more can be done from the comfort of your couch.
  • You can sign up for the 2021 Complete Computer Science Training Bundle and prepare for a new career for just $39.99.

It's no secret that computer science is an evolving industry always looking for new talent. For those who have been seriously considering making a career change, now's your chance to do something about it by signing up for the 2021 Complete Computer Science Training Bundle.

This online course collection is ready to provide you with all the proper training you need. You'll have access to nine courses, totaling 212 hours of curated content, on concepts such as Python, Linux, TensorFlow, Discrete Math, and the list goes on.

By purchasing the training bundle, you'll be a computer science whiz sooner than you think, allowing you to expand your job search and become a competitive candidate. You'll be taught by software engineers and experts including Juan Galvan, Boris Paskhaver, and more, so rest assured that you'll be in good hands.

Each part of the course received high student ratings of up to 4.7 out of 5 stars. "The course deserves to be rated on a very high note as it contains valuable and useful information," reviewer and former student SR Reddi commented. "The instructor has in-depth knowledge of the subject."

Ready to make computer science moves? The 2021 Complete Computer Science Training Bundle is on sale for an extra-affordable $39.99, a significant drop from its original value of $1,800. Don't hesitate to take advantage of this mega-deal while you can.

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