You Current Job Getting You Down? Python Could Be Your Escape

By Kimberly Cook |Email | Oct 28, 2018 | 37314 Views

If you're looking for a change of pace, learning to code in Python might the way forward. Coding offers different opportunities, good pay, and possibly the chance to work from anywhere on your own schedule. Coding is also one those future-proof jobs; until the machines take over anyway.

Python is a particularly good choice for beginners to programming. It's widely used, especially in remote roles - which could be a relaxed bar overlooking a beach or just propped up in bed. It was also designed specifically to emphasize code readability, so it makes more sense to a newbie.

Here's another perk of switching to coding, it's something that you can learn in your own time. You may have that Monday feeling right now, but you can start doing something about it this evening. Before you know it, you'll be a pro coder and ready to chuck your current job in style.

If that sounds good, today's deal is your ideal platform. The Ultimate Python Programmer's Bootcamp is a six-part launchpad to your coding odyssey.

The idea is that you learn by doing. You'll be solving problems, learning cybersecurity tactics, and building web applications from the off. 45 hours of hands-on video lessons should be enough to give you confidence in your newfound skills.

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Forget the price tags of these learning kits, the whole lot is available right now for only $39. That's for lifetime access of course, although once you're immersed in it you'll fly through in weeks.

The price shoots back up this weekend, so hit the button check it now to find the deal.

Source: HOB