2017 Complete Java Bundle: Teach yourself the world’s most common programming language (Deal of the Day)

    Develop a complete Computer Sciencerducation with 130+ hours of content

    If you are looking to gain an edge over your co-workers in 2017, you’ll need to do something they can’t. We’re willing to bet that the guy next to you doesn’t know anything about JavaScript. Did you know that you could teach yourself the popular coding language over the next few weeks?

    Our Deal of the Day today is a full-on java bundle that teaches you just about everything you need for for the world’s most common programming language. Spread out over 58 hours, it’s available to you around the clock and anywhere you have an internet connection. Worth upwards of $1,000 when purchased separately, AndroidGuys readers can steal the entire bundle for only $49.

    About

    Think about some of your favorite web apps and games. Chances are Java plays a huge role in the code that makes them work. Java is a core language that any aspiring programmer has to know. Here’s where you start your journey.

    Through this course, you’ll get hands-on with Java, beginning to build your very own real apps, all the while learning how to implement Java skills in the real world.

    Features

    • Fundamentals of Java Programming
    • Intermediate & Advanced Java Programming
    • Introduction to Java Programming for Online Learners
    • Java for Mobile Developers
    • Java Interview Guide: 200+ Interview Questions and Answers
    • The Java Programming Language Course 2017
    • Java From Beginner to Expert

    Where to Buy

    The 2017 Complete Java Bundle is available to AndroidGuys readers for only $49 right now. Head to our Deals store and purchase one for yourself and, while there, grab one for your friend, too. Who knows what the two of you will be doing a year from now once you have that education under your belts?

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