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$69 for Learn to Code for Beginners Eight-Course Bundle from Adobe KnowHow ($692 Value)

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Lifetime access to online courses equips students with app creation and programming skills to help increase employability and productivity

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February 14, 2018
Everything is explained in a clear and concise manner Plan to do each lesson when you have adequate amount of time to spend on each lesson
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May 12, 2016
Very excellent course in very low price

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  • $69 for one Learn to Code for Beginners comprehensive bundle ($692 value)

The bundle includes lifetime access to the following courses:

Class modules are equipped with private note-taking, captions, and interactive chapter control. Students will receive a certificate of completion upon finishing each course.

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per order. Must activate Groupon by expiration date; Buyers have lifetime access to each course included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Adobe KnowHow

Backed by the world-renowned Adobe software brand, Adobe KnowHow is an online school that offers students the opportunity to sharpen their skills in a wide variety of computer programs and web-based applications. There are courses in Adobe programs of course, such as Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Photoshop, as well as in programming of iOS and Android apps. Some classes are highly specific—training in Excel 2013 for lawyers, for instance—while others cover broader topics like digital photography and designing Facebook pages for businesses. All classes are divided into chapters students can take at their leisure; they also all have a free 15-minute sneak peek potential students can check out to be sure their computer hasn't turned into a toaster.