Become an elite programmer with the 2015 Learn to Code Bundle



Have you ever wanted to learn to code? is making it simple by offering you the chance to get schooled up on back-end coding right from your computer. You won’t even have to put down that bag of Cheetos to be well on your way to becoming a l337 pr0gr4mm3r.

The good news is we’re not asking you to go to college so you can swim in student loan debt for the rest of your mortal life. For a one-time fee of $59, you will gain lifetime access to eight courses covering the most sought-after skills, including top programming languages advanced concepts in back-end computing, including Ruby, Python, and PHP.

Here’s the full list of courses you’ll get. Combined it equals over of 70 hours of coding courses that would usually cost over $1000. Go to right now to snag the bundle.

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  1. Mr. Chavez has them 1337 h4x0r skillz.

  2. The courses are not even worth taking for free. Don’t waste your money.

    1. Why do you say that exactly? Seems like all the courses have good reviews and the instructors all seem credible.

    2. Why not…? Can you offer any *reasons*, ie facts?
      Your opinion w/o any explanation is hardly helpful.

  3. I hope the “Elite Programmer” part in this title was an exaggeration. Programming is a skill that takes years to become great at no matter how many videos you may cram in your head within a short period of time. Been coding for 4 years now and I still can’t say I am an elite programmer.

  4. These comments are not helpful for insight into the product.
    @ericsanchez:disqus — why are they not worth it?

    The title is not an “exaggeration”, it’s called Marketing. It’s beyond the basics, but obv coding takes practice.

    I’m a non-programmer, but would like to learn. I failed a C++ course 15 yrs ago b/c the instructor was *the most dull person I’d ever encountered*. I know a dynamic teacher could’ve helped, b/c my UNIX instructor (at same school) was super-fun, I picked it up fast, and I was a UNIX admin for many years.

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