learn to code 2015

It’s a common perception that learning to code is enormously difficult, requiring years of schooling and thousands of dollars of investment. In reality, it’s not as daunting as it sounds; with the right resources, you can learn how to program without breaking the bank and committing to long-term education. The Complete 2015 Learn to Code Bundle is an easy yet comprehensive way to start learning an extremely valuable skill set, and our deal makes it available for 94% off – just $59.

Included in the deal is complete, unrestricted lifetime access to eight courses helping you to  learn Python, PHP, HTML, CSS, Javascript and much more with no prior programming experience necessary. You can work through the structured programs at your own pace, and by the end you’ll be able to create websites, databases, apps, and more.

Totaling over 74 hours of video courses, the learn-by-doing lectures combine theoretical foundations and practical application: they will walk you through actually building websites and apps yourself, while also providing strong understanding of concepts, logic, and frameworks. All you need to get started is an internet connection and willingness to learn. If you already have coding experience, the courses will help you brush up and learn new languages.

The courses themselves are designed and delivered by industry experts, with years of commercial development knowledge and client project management. With our deal at iDB Deals, this package is just $59, a saving of 94% on the standard price. Seven out of the eight courses normally cost more than the whole bundle, with three costing almost $200 each.

Some people code for fun, others for a career. Whatever you want to pursue, complete these courses and you’ll be well on the way. Expand your skill set and learn to code today!

  • Cause ain’t no one trynna buy that shit.

  • If a product is slashed by 94% it usually means it’s on clearance and is outdated, downright horrible or completely torn apart by reviewers. Let me jump right on that iDB! Lmao

    • I think you’re wrong. These are online courses, so the cost of developing them is the same whether there is 1 person using it or 1,000,000. It’s much easier to discount something intangible (such as software) than it is to discount something tangible (ie. a computer).

      With your way of thinking, you’d be saying that apps that go free in the app store are either bad, outdated, or just crap, which is obviously wrong.

      • Or it could be cause the product is not selling much at all and they’d make more money slashing the price almost completely than leaving it at full price. The purpose is to promote sells and make profit. There’s clearly not a huge market for this especially with those incredible $200+ listed prices for single courses.

      • Bryan P

        actually…no…theyre losing money everytime they do this. Lots of
        money. What they gain is recommendations from those who take the
        courses. They get the good word spread. BTW, how could these courses be
        outdated? Its HTML5.

      • They’re not losing money from selling this service that costs them nothing and isn’t selling anyways. They go from no sales at all to some sales with this huge discount, meaning not losing but making money. And I never mentioned anything about being outdated.

      • I have to up vote that because you did make a valid point here, Sebastien.