Train to Become a Backend Developer With This Discounted Bundle – PCMag.com

13 courses and over 40 hours of content teach you all about Bootstrap 4, JavaScript, Python, and CSS.
Website development isn’t just about producing a site visitors enjoy navigating. there’s also the backend to think about too. The server, database, and apps running in the background all need to maintained, too, which is why backend developers are so important.
As you can imagine, it takes a pretty robust skill set to work in this area of web development, which can prove intimidating to programmers who are just getting their feet wet. But there’s a painless way to dive right in: The Ultimate 2022 Backend Developer Bundle.
As the title suggests, this package of online courses isn’t just comprehensive, it’s completely up to date with all the latest developer platforms. Each course is taught by veteran developers at SkillSuccess with a minimum of fluff and a whole lot of emphasis on hands-on programming.
So what exactly will you learn? Beginners can start with one-hour walkthroughs on Python, JavaScript, and C. After that, you’ll move quickly on to some of the more advanced developer tools. There are classes on time-saving frameworks like Bootstrap 4, Chrome DevTools, and AJAX, plus essential JavaScript libraries like React.
Whether you’re developing a simple niche app or the website of a retail giant, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to get started. The entire bundle includes more than 40 hours of instruction and is full of tips to refer back to throughout your career.
PCMag readers can start preparing for their career in backend development today with access to The Ultimate 2022 Backend Developer Bundle, on sale for $39.99—98% off the $2,587 MSRP.
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