Pay What You Want for the Complete 2016 Coder Bundle


It’s a new year, making it the perfect opportunity to learn a few new skills, if improving upon yourself is something you are into. On the DL Deals Store, you can pay what you want for Complete 2016 Coder Bundle, featuring almost 200 hours of programming content that could help you create the next best thing the Interwebz has ever seen. 

If you pay more than the average, which currently sits at just over $12, you will gain access to 10 courses, including Android Marshmallow Development Tutorial, a Guide to Building Apps and Products, Ruby Programming courses, and so much more. Even if you intend to developer for Apple’s range of products, you are covered on that front, too.

Each course is valued at $199+, bringing the combined bundle value to nearly $2,000. For the price of $12, this is not too bad. If you choose to pay less than the average, you will receive two of the ten available courses – Android development and Ruby Programming.

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