Coursera is a great place to learn to code—if you’ve been reading Learn to Code With Me for a while, you’ve probably seen me recommend various Coursera coding courses before.
The platform partners with top universities and industry leaders from around the world to offer high-quality courses on a flexible schedule. They teach topics from business to social science, but of course, where I think they shine are their tech and programming courses. (I might be biased,
Developers and companies are increasingly turning toward a database system offering better features and flexibility than many others on the market: MongoDB.
In this sponsored post in partnership with MongoDB, you’ll learn what the tool is, the advantages of using it, and where to learn MongoDB from beginner to advanced. If you’re a developer or aspiring to be one, adding this free, software to your arsenal is a great idea!
What Is MongoDB?
I’m so excited about the Ultimate Tech Career Toolbox 2019—and in this post, I want to share some of the reasons why!
Let’s dive into 19 life-changing outcomes/transformations that you can get from the premium courses included in this bundle.
Be it teaching you in-demand skills, guiding you through projects you can add to your portfolio, and helping you make more money or even starting your own freelancing business, these courses are jam-packed with valuable videos,
What if I told you that you could learn 25 different tech skills, worth thousands of dollars in real-world value, for a fraction of the cost? Specifically 94% off what they originally cost?
Well, that’s EXACTLY what’s happening inside the 2019 version of the Ultimate Tech Career Toolbox.
After many long days and nights of negotiating and planning, we’ve been able to get 21 (holy smokes!) expert technical course creators to say “yes,” and help make that vision of mine a reality.
When it comes to choosing a programming language to learn, Java for beginners is a solid pick for those who want to maximize their future marketability.