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The bundle is jampacked with eight course tracks, hundreds of lessons, and over 74 hours of content. You’ll learn everything from the basics of web development, including HTML, JavaScript, CSS, PHP, and more, as well as Ruby on Rails, Python, and more advanced techniques like using Node.js and MongoDB to build data-driven web applications.

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