Free various bundles including software development @cult of mac.com
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Free various bundles including software development @cult of mac.com

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Found 21st Dec 2017
Free various bundles (some are for one month only) including software development. You need to register with them to get them
A selection:
TMAC Fitness: 1-Month Membership Free
Perfect Privacy VPN 30 Day Trial Free
HTML5 Game Development by Example Free
Ultimate Coding Bundle Free
Watermark Software Free
Byte-Sized-Chunks: CSS with HTML Free
Instagram iOS App: Photo Sharing on iOS Free
Chinese Made Easy: An Exciting Start to Chinese Free
Premium Coding Bundle Free
Byte-Sized-Chunks: Decision Trees and Random Forests Free
WishList Member & WordPress: Create a Membership Site Free
WordPress Freelancing 101 Free
Beachbody On-Demand Exclusive 30-Day Trial Free
All-About-Android Coding Bundle Free
1-Month of Dashlane Premium Free
Mighty Mac App Bundle Free
Logo Design by PM Logos Free
'The 4-Hour Chef' Audiobook Free

I've taken the
All-About-Android Coding Bundle Free
Which seems quite interesting (for a beginner) It includes five quite comprehensive courses. The first part teaches how to construct and modify s real android game. With videos
Something to watch during the Christmas period
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Sorry managed to vote cold when scrolling. Should be a way to reverse a vote. Grr.
I don't know how useful these are but I'd recommend freecodecamp, the odinproject, khan academy and the highly useful sites Coursera and eDX for quality free course. Having a structured course is very useful and when you get stuck ask for help on stack exchange.
I signed up for these offers but changed my mind and didn't download any because of all the guff you need to do to get the 'freebies' I also feel somewhat suspicious about it all.
Nice one. Got three of them so far.
FrootLoop3 h, 54 m ago

I signed up for these offers but changed my mind and didn't download any …I signed up for these offers but changed my mind and didn't download any because of all the guff you need to do to get the 'freebies' I also feel somewhat suspicious about it all.



It is a little complicated to get the courses. I don't know why. They could have simply password linked the access. They are legitimate. I've been a 'member' for years. I don't think they've sold on my email address. (for instance). I've posted a number of their deals here.
Decent, grabbed a few course licenses to brush up on some skills. Love Cult of Mac
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