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By the end of this course you will be well-versed in computer science; learn fundamentals, algorithms, git, and test driven development. Overall, this course has 13 parts to it that will get you set for a career in web development, including front- and back-end development tools like:
- Ruby on Rails
Yes, this is all included in the one-time price of $29, and yes, this is a world-class course. You will build a portfolio of real-life apps that will set you apart from others in the workforce, and the skills learned will be more than enough to get your own business running. Need help? Don't forget about live interaction with some of the best mentors web development has to offer.
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