If you haven’t had your fill yet of deals that help you become a programming pro, then better brace yourself for yet another one. This time, however, Android Community Deals is doing it a bit differently. Doing it a bit like Humble Bundle, this collection of 8 programming online courses can be yours if manage to beat the average price. But even if you only end up paying the minimum, you get two courses, including Programming Java, which is what you’ll need if you want to make Android apps.
This current bundle covers quite a range of topics, from Java to making website to web programming with Python and even (cough) iOS programming. As with the previous courses, this one comes straight from Udemy so the same benefits apply, including the 30 day money back guarantee and lifetime ownership of all courses.
The mechanics are a bit different from your usual shopping experience but those familiar with Humble Bundle would feel right at home. It’s a “pay what you want” system, but be aware that the amount that you pay determines what courses you can claim. If you pay the very minimum (which is just over a dollar), you get access to Programming Java for Beginners and PSD to HTML5/CSS3. But if you pay more than the average, which currently stands at $15.05, you get access to all 8 courses. If you’re feeling magnanimous, you can pay the recommended $79 which still gives you a 91% discount off the regular price. And if you want to really beat the rest, you can try to get your name on the leaderboard.
Aside from benefiting from this deal, you also get the chance to help out others as well. When you make your purchase, you can choose between Child’s Play, the World Wildlife Fund, and Creative Commons as the charity of your choice to receive 10 percent of your payment. Now you can become a master programmer, make your own web site, and help those in need, all in one go. Head on over to Android Community Deals to avail of this opportunity.
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