Start developing websites without breaking the bank

Think you have what it takes to become a web developer? Is it worth $38 of your hard-earned cash? If so then The Full Stack JavaScript Bundle is right up your street.

Ensure that you’re not a one-trick pony.

As you might imagine, being a big-time web wizard involves knowing more than one type of code. This huge bundle of courses is specifically packaged to ensure that you’re not a one-trick pony. Amongst other things, you’ll learn four coding technologies: MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js. Together they’re known as the MEAN stack an apt acronym.

The 8 courses comprise over 57 hours of learning. A range of teaching techniques are used, from lectures to practical examples. Even if you’re a complete novice, by the end you’ll have all the skills you need to build full websites.

What you get:

They may be worth $719 if bought individually, but today the bundle is on sale for just $38!  Tempting isn’t it? No strings attached of course; you just need to sign up before the offer expires.

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Hello TechGeeks!! I am Shubham Singh -a student,a mistakemaker,a learner,a TechGeek like you,who wants to share all that i know about softwares,cracks,keygens and general computer tweaks & tricks with you through this blog.

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