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Learn how to code, create, and build web applications, from the foundations of object-oriented programming in C and C++, to how to write Java. Our developer tutorials can help you learn to develop and create mobile apps, work with PHP and MySQL databases, get started with the statistical processing language R, and much more.
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  • view course page for ASP.NET Essential Training

    Learn to build and deploy a dynamic website using ASP.NET.

    6h 24m
    Beginner
     
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  • view course page for Up and Running with VBA in Access

    Introduces object-oriented programming and provides a foundation in the Access object model and the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) programming language.

    4h 38m
    Advanced
     
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  • view course page for C# Essential Training

    Offers a detailed tour of the foundational programming language for several Microsoft platforms, including Windows, ASP.NET, Silverlight, SharePoint, and Windows Phone.

    6h 44m
    Beginner
     
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  • view course page for Up and Running with VBA in Excel

    Introduces object-oriented programming and shows how to automate routine tasks and provide custom functionality to enhance the features in Excel.

    3h 0m
    Advanced
     
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“I am really enjoying Java Essential Training. In the past, I looked at Java as some kind of hieroglyphic language. It is so enlightening to have the blinders removed, and see the individual parts explained and how they relate to each other.” —Daniel J.
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